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Seven Business Houses that thrived the Socialist India, should have been a better title for this book, without any exception everyone of these business have had a tussle with the government and with the public, rioting their industries and going to strikes and lock downs.


Whoever controlled them also seemed to be remarkably well informed about Indian regulations. Whereas the old mills resembled cobwebbed museums, Reliance’s Naroda unit could have been in any developed country. If you lose, come back to us. Their magic is not just ambition but ambition with information.

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Write a product review. To help him build the PFY plant, Dhirubhai pulled his eldest son Mukesh out of Stanford where he was studying for his MBA and dropped the untried, untested twenty-four year-old chemical engineer from Bombay University into the deep end. Dhirubhai single-handedly glta the Indian capital market.


Flawed ideological affiliations of short-sighted politicians wreaked havoc in the industry when such people found power in their hands. His construction companies were notorious for not honouring their commitment to handover residential flats at the proper time. From Khaitans to Ambanis, she mahaajas you a tour to all the stalwarts.

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The credit for this decision should go to my father. Nov 12, Jyotsna Sanghi rated it it was amazing. Trivia About Business Maharajas. He used to take us out to football or hockey matches. If you spend more bysiness, you get more epreciation.

He had no inkling when he woke up that morning that in the future he would be known as India’s stock market messiah. That is how people felt and seeing that, I chose to go in for synthetics.

There were only a few ripples when he silently picked up Ceat, a tyre maker, and later CESC, a power generator and distributor. Both books won the Delhi Management Association awards for their contribution to management thinking. In twenty-five minutes of panic, starting at 1.

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Like his elder brother before him, as soon as Dhirubhai had matriculated, it was time mhaarajas shut his books and get to work. It took him almost half a decade to propagate this philosophy but once it took root, maharajqs changed the entire mindset of corporate India and its way of doing business. Each year he added to the mill, and every time a new piece of machinery was installed, Ambani, a God-fearing man, would call a pan dit and hold a puja.

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Msharajas started wafting through textile circles that Reliance’s phenomenal success owed less to good management and more to manipulation. Bajaj didn’t have to hustlemthere were long queues of people outside his airconditioned office patiently waiting to be allotted scooters.

Reliance had to have th best: Gandhi’s triumphant comeback despite the excesses of the Emergency Ambani turned the concept on its head.


Helping the blind or doing charity or something like that? The inflection points of each of these businessmen and turning points of their careers is captured with precision.

Deepak needed to settle down, and she was convinced that a big company like Union Carbide would be just the right ticket. A Very good reading for anyone who loves to read family histories of big families of India.