Sunday, 29 May 2016

BOOK REVIEW: The Sialkot Saga by Ashwin Sanghi

BOOK REVIEW:After the achievement of Chanakya's Chant, that investigated the universe of legislative issues, Sanghi now turns his thoughtfulness regarding the interests of Indian business. 

The Sialkot Saga is a ton of drama that time travels crosswise over hundreds of years and figures out how to keep the per user engaged. 

It is the narrative of Arbaaz, the child of a poor dockyard laborer in Mumbai, and Arvind the child of a minor Marwari specialist in Kolkata, and traverses six decades post Partition.The curve? 

Their story is connected to an antiquated mystery that goes back to the seasons of Ashoka. 

I found the book somewhat hackneyed in places-the plot specifying the ascent of the underdog and the momentous conflict appeared to be straight out of 70's Bollywood film. 

The agent turned creator has said that he loves consolidating certainties with fiction in the most intriguing ways.The account is moved along by major authentic occasions; at a certain point, the previous pastor Atal Bihari Vajpayee makes a passage while Steve Jobs includes the scan for his master. 

All around inquired about, with a storyline that will keep you snared. It is must for the individuals who are keen on perusing chronicled kind of books.
I would give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
Quotes From The Book-
“Rule number one: your accounts must always present a true and factual picture of your business operations.’ ‘And what’s the other rule?’ asked Arvind. ‘Rule number two is to occasionally forget rule number one.” 

“Politics is like a stage. Each politician plays his part according to the lines that are given to him. But backstage, the hero and the villain enjoy their drink together. Everybody” 

“Some animals hunt. Others hide. And a few hunt while they hide.”