Rupa & Co
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Witness the dream of millions of Indians come true. Witness the crown of prosperity adorning the head of India. The road to opulence kick starts with the earnest actions and sharp intellect of a village boy Sudesh. From the poverty of a village to the highest political office of India, this epic of Sudesh?s journey is woven beautifully with the epic of a rising India. It is a miraculous yet believable, a struggling yet zealous, an overwhelming yet humble account of how one man takes India to undreamt of wealth.
Ayn Rand wrote Atlas Shrugged ? about America being destroyed by policies which lead to a strike of its ?brainpower?. Rakesh Wadhwa & Leon Louw write this tale of Sudesh?s India against a back drop of policies which send its brainpower into overdrive.
A novel that grips and beguiles the emotions with its images of India, and challenges the intellect with its messages of freedom and democracy. It is about India getting rid of shackles relegating its people to penury. It is a tale of Sudesh who becomes PM not because he wants to be someone but because he wants to do something: he becomes the deal maker who transforms his country to way beyond what it once was ? a golden bird, a place coveted by the rest of the world for the prosperity and wealth of its inhabitants.
A taut, gripping story line.
An exciting take on Free Market Economy.
Witness capitalism go hand in hand with social welfare.
A gripping tale that merges philosophy, literary skill and high finance with all the treasures of India.
A riveting story of passion, intrigue, power and love.
A passionate believer in capitalism and free markets, Rakesh Wadhwa is a regular columnist in leading newspapers and business magazines in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and the US. He is on the board of directors of the Liberty Institute, a Delhi-based free market think tank and also a member of the Mont Pelerin Society, an international free market organisation. He is world?s only column writer to be nominated four times in the top slots for the Frederic Bastiat prize for journalism held by the International Policy Network, UK.
A professional chartered accountant and economist with a law degree from Delhi University, RakeshWadhwa is the Vice Chairman of Nepal Recreation Centre (NRC).