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Jul 11, 2012 Giju Abraham rated it it was ok A short-book on some stories from Dharavi, one of the largest slums in the worldQ.Tell us something about your book and what should readers expect from itThe next time you pass a slum, you will see it in a different lightActivity within a city, with the soul of a village." - Author (Pg.184)City within a mega cityflag Like see review But as evident Most of us working in Corporate Rut have one indicator to judge everything i.e CTC or packageI remember during my MBA macroeconomics professor used to teach about the macroeconomic indicator like Purchasing Power Parity, Per Capita Income , GDP and so on( complex terms YUkk!!) .The creative format, first person tone and descriptive illustrations leave the reader feeling as if you are living in Dharavi, or atleast taking an intense tour through the slumNot everyone can understand Hindi (which author assumed in this book).Very easy and good reading material

It is an amusing sight and, at the same time, a tragic one.Above are few sentences that are written by the authors about the situation in DharaviIt is an amusing sight and, at the same time, a tragic one.Above are few sentences that are written by the authors about the situation in DharaviRe-design of cities should be to do good, not just to look good.“Dharavi is no paradise soon to be lostDee Gandhi is self-taught freelance photographerThey come to know of another world living in parallel to them who are living with more happiness and self satisfaction and desire and of course pride with very minimal living conditions and respect from the outsidersRequired fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by emailBut in this book, she also explores the social and developmental activities that are happening in the slum

- long-time residents of Mumbai) a Just one word to begin with: This book is a MUST READ - it is brilliantly written and is accompanied by stunning photographs 2010 (3) February (2) January (1) It is not always the pitying stateHis is a truly inspiring story and hes had such an interesting life! I think it could make a great script for a movieSep 24, 2014 Faizan Ali rated it really liked it Inspiring stories, but a weak narrativeThis book by capturing the lives of many people living in Asia's largest slum Dharavi pays a tribute to the spirit of can do, of entrepreneurship, of the willingness to march ahead despite all odds.The book is divided into sections, viz: (1)Dharavi, What Ees?; (2) The Incubator; (3)The Cauldron Of Change; (4)The FutureSo, no complaints there, and strongly recommended for anyone who wants to look beyond just GDP figures and growth rates and understand how a microcosm of India actually functions

This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate actionPlease try again laterWith spirit and spunkI have been in exile for quite a long timeToo much of the story tries to belittle the Dharavi Redevelopment ProjectEspecially those who live in Urban cities, should know the backbone of their routine undisturbed life, because someone works for them somewhere " unnoticed" flag Like see review ."What we saw in Dharavi and why it matters" is quoted from the authors on the front coverBook Review: Poor Little Rich Slum 11 September 2014 Poor Little Rich Slum: What We Saw In Dharavi and Why It Matters Two middle-class Indian authors bring readers an adventure to the infamous Dharavi slum (location of the film Slumdog Millionaire) in Mumbai, weaving a tale of residents with determination, resourcefulness and spiritRowling Andy Griffiths Matthew Reilly Stephen King Roald Dahl More Popular Authors MORE TO EXPLORE Best Sellers New Releases Great First Listens Award Winners Redeem Code Gift Centre Filth

flag Like see review Q.Who/What is that person/instance in your life without whom/which this book wouldnt have happened? The moving force behind this book is my co-author Deepak GandhiThe descriptions are brief but not superficial, and the direct quotes from the slum dwellers reveal their strong human aspirations and driveOne million little Indian entrepreneurs." The authors are Indian, native residents of Mumbai who had never set foot in Dharavi until they had the idea of writing about itOne million little Indian entrepreneursWho imagined that one can become an instant bestseller by publishing a few pages of Interviews of IIM Entrepreneurs, well, that is what Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish was.Read the full review here: Poor Little Rich Slum Review flag 4 likesLike see review View 1 comment Please read this saga of human spirit, compassion , blood, pain and prideYes out there in the confines of smallest of space dejected with life and having given up on hope live many forgotten names and faces(Wrongly) called by some as the largest slum in the world - unfortunately, there are larger slums all over the world and even in Asiapassion and success with a deep dose of entrepreneurial tadka 5d8a9798ff



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