ISBN 9788129120861,Body Offering

Body Offering


Rupa & Co



Rupa & Co

Publication Year 2013

ISBN 9788129120861

ISBN-10 8129120860


Number of Pages 364 Pages
Language (English)


Barons Of Banking: Glimpses Of Indian Banking History Is A Book Dedicated To Six Significant Personalities Of The Banking World And An Insight Into Their Contributions To The Amelioration Of India'S Banking Industry At The Turn Of The Twentieth Century. Summary Of The Book The Author Introduces The Six Eminent Personalities That Shaped India'S Banking History, Sir Sorabji Pochkhanawala, Sir Chintaman D. Deshmukh, Sir Purshotamdas Thakurdas, H. T. Parekh, R. K. Talwar And A. D. Shroff. These Prominent Bankers Founded And Pioneered Major Institutions That Changed The Course Of Indian Banking. Barons Of Banking: Glimpses Of Indian Banking History Discusses The Five Major Institutions Of The Early 1990S. These Include The Central Bank Of India, The State Bank Of India, The Reserve Bank Of India, The Housing Development And Finance Corporation Ltd And The Industrial Credit And Investment Corporation Of India Ltd. It Also Narrates The Course Of Action And Crucial Recommendations By Commissions And Committees That Influenced Indian Banking Deeply. The Book Has Taken Excerpts From Archived Sources, Previously Unseen By The General Public, And Is Segregated Into Four Parts. There Is Also A Detailed Overview Of The Infamous Spat Between Sir Osborne Smith, The First Governor Of The Rbi, And Sir James Grigg, The Finance Member Of The Viceroy'S Executive Council. The Author Researched Meticulously And Has Provided In-Depth Information Of All The Aspects Of Banking. Written In A Lucid And Concise Manner, Barons Of Banking: Glimpses Of Indian Banking History Can Be Useful For Students, Professionals, And Any Reader Interested In The History Of Indian Banking. About Bakhtiar K. Dadabhoy Bakhtiar K. Dadabhoy Is An Indian Author And Civil Servant. He Has Authored Books Like A Dictionary Of Dates, A Book Of Cricket Days, Jeh: A Life Of Jrd Tata And Sugar In Milk: Lives Of Eminent Parsis. Dadabhoy Completed His Education From The Delhi School Of Economics And Hindu College. In Addition To Writing Books, He Writes Articles For Magazines And Newspapers Regularly, And Ran A Section Of The Hindustan Times Called This Day In History. He Enjoys Quizzes And Painting, And Featured In The 2000 Bbc'S Mastermind India.