The narration is not just by a single person, it has a drama company involved adding some sound effects and adding a story telling effect like the one you hear from your parents or grandparents as a kid.
There is a fine line between being dramatic and being annoying, and they have balanced it well.
As the cover suggest its the same old story, but its the meaning behind the story that is explained really well by Devdutt. The Bhagavad Gita and MahaBharat is a story with hidden messages and lessons for life, and sometimes it makes more sense for someone to tell you clearly with the help of story as it moves along.
He has followed the similar approach what Saints and Maharshi's across India use in their pravachan, read the story and explain the meaning.
The Questions to Yudhister
The explaination of the Bhagavad
and the End on about the final fate of Pandav's
Maybe, the book is like a biography telling how awesome Sir Richard Branson is. It's a bit pompous with respect to his life.
Me is great person, no offense, but a bit boastful of his achievements and adventures, most of which seems like a very elaborate movie plot.
Want to know more about his management style, his lessons learnt and his story in a more humble way.
This guys is not only an inspiration, but an ideal from from there's a lot one can learn, about conduct, entrepreneurship and leadership.
How one man, with no personal interest can change the face of humanity. He not only was a learned scholar, but was apt in executing what was right for the human masses. He really wanted to change the world, and sacrificed everything to do it himself.
There's not enough words to describe him.
He's above all.
The part where Che, though suffering from Asthma, out-performed every other person in Guerrilla Training. His self discipline and dedications tells a lot about his persona.
It made me cry at the very end, not when they killed him, but by the effects he had on people even after he died.
Salar Kamangar: The Man who does not crave attention, does his job well, and well, knows the secret to success.
Gu Ge : Google's Chinese name
The story is good, but the author went too much in details where not needed and brushed the topics which could have used some more details.
Also the author jumped a lot back and forth in time, making it a bit difficult to sometimes get a good grip of the story.
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