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New Delhi — By induspride on May 28, 2010 at 4:08 pm
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Book Launch: Connect the Dots by Rashmi Bansal

The Oxford Bookstore plays host to the book launch of Connect the Dots by Rashmi Bansal. This is the second book by Rashmi Bansal. Her first one Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish sold over 200,000 copies and has been translated into 8 Indian languages. This makes Rashmi one of the most successful Indian authors ever. She launched Indian’s first youth magazine called JAM after completing college. She also happens to be the Consulting Editor at Bloomberg UTV.

Connect the Dots Book Launch

Connect the Dots by Indian Author - Rashmi Bansal

About ‘Connect the Dots’

Connect the Dots is a collection of real stories of 20 successful Indian entrepreneurs, who have come from very ordinary backgrounds and do not have an MBA. Come to think of it, most successful entrepreneurs have neither an MBA degree from a fancy college nor a tremendous family wealth. Their success is more about passion, courage, and a following a dream. Some of the stories this Indian author has put in this compilation are from the founders of:

  • Su-kam
  • Vivekananda English Training Academy
  • Flanders Dairy
  • Political edge
  • Cashurdrive
  • Haathichhaap
  • Shakti Sudha Industries
  • Fem Care Pharma
  • Tantra t-shirts

About Oxford Bookstore

Even if you don’t enjoy book reading sessions, the Oxford Bookstore is one of my favorite bookstores to chill, read, and experiment with tea. The clientele of this bookstore are usually tourists and educated youth. The atmosphere is one of excited exploration. The Oxford Bookstore has a very good range of fiction and non-fiction books by both Indian authors and International ones. You are allowed to browse books and enjoy a cuppa at the restaurant – Cha Bar. They have over 40 different types of tea on the menu. Apart from tea, the restaurant serves wonderful Indian and European snacks. Don’t be surprised if you find other Indian authors enjoying a read.

Where: Oxford Book Store, Statesman House, First Floor, 148, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi – 110001 (map)

When: 6.00 p.m., May 28th, 2010

How Much: Free

Image Credit: SXC

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