Friday, 12 April 2019

The Legends of a Startup Guy by Prachi Garg | Book Review

Summary:

Ganesha is Jovial, intelligent and the youngest in the family. A foodie by heart and laid back by nature, he always looked for ways to make life easier. Despite being born to the all-powerful Shiva and Parvati, with uncle Vishnu and aunts Lakshmi and Saraswati to back him at every point in life, he has to battle through many ups and downs to establish his individual identity, just like his accomplished brother, Skanda. Under layers of perfection, benevolence and br>Jovial extravaganza was a young boy battling to be found for who he really was. The legends of a start-up guy is a tale of someone who was born with a silver spoon and yet, decided to write his own destiny, on his own terms and to bring meaning to his existence out of the shadows of his lineage. It is the story of how an entrepreneur is born, the story of his challenges, and his actions to sail through them, carefully interwoven with stories from the Hindu mythology, to bring to the table the wisdom of the gods.


Author:

Prachi Garg

Publisher:

Srishti Publishers & Distributors

Release date:

February 1st 2019

No. of Pages:

Paperback, 176 Pages

This is story is about a boy named Ganesha born to successful parents and over-achieving brother. He was born with a silver spoon and yet, decided to write his own destiny, on his own terms and to bring meaning to his existence out of the shadows of his lineage. The book is about start-ups and their struggles. It is perfect for people who are business minded.

The cover and title of the book is appropriate for the story.The characterization is based on the mythological characters. The language is also simple and quite easy to understand. The book has been divided in 15 chapters. The author has included moral at every end of the chapter. There were a few parts the story was little excessively dragged.

Overall this book is a must read for ones who all are planning for their startups and aspiring entrepreneurs.

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