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'Dhirubhai Ambani, The Man I Knew is inspiring'

By Khan Imran Ahmed
Last updated on: April 29, 2019 11:08 IST

We'd asked you, dear readers, to take a selfie and tell us which your favourite books are.
Rediff reader Khan Imran Ahmed writes about the book that inspired him the most.

Khan Imran Ahmed with his favourite book Dhirubhai Ambani, The Man I knew by Kokilaben Ambani

My favourite book is Dhirubhai Ambani, The Man I Knew written By Kokilaben D Ambani.

This book actually covers each and every aspect of Reliance founder Dhirubhai Ambani -- right from his childhood days till his last few days.

Kokilaben D Ambani has provided detailed aspects about Ambani's life as if it were a movie running in front of us.

From the time he landed his first job in Aden, Yemen to how he started his first business as a spice trader in somebody's house.

The book also covers the bond the family shares with each other, the launch of first IPO in India, so on and so forth.

Whenever he went to collect money to run his business, Dhirubhai would tell his borrowers 'If it's profit, it will be ours and if loss, it will be mine.'

This book is around 338 pages and it's worth reading for all.

Imran also shared a page from the book which he found interesting. 

Check it out below!

Dhirubhai Ambani, The Man I Knew


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