For an average Indian, to see an Indian company being a global power is a moment of pride. Little do they think about the inside stories and how tough it is to run the firm and moreover the fact that it could run into losses. Deepak Gupta, through her book Tata VS Mistry.
This is the sensational story of the battle that engulfed one of Indias most beloved and philanthropic business houses with a cast of characters that spans the biggest names of corporate India.
The book opens a new window of information about the much-talked-about legal battle between the two sharks in the Indian economy. Mistry, though comparatively unknown to the laymen, came into the limelight with the controversy. To write a book on this subject, the author must do extensive research and thorough homework with an open and unbiased mind.
The unbiased approach of the author is the USP of the book. Not in a single instance does the author unduly supports any of the parties. The author has managed to have testimony from both sides and analyze the situation. The author has portrayed each event like a fiction author puts forward a suspense thriller.
Sanskar meaning values and sanskriti meaning culture that had been created over 150-year history of the group.
The climax is obvious as those who have followed the altercations already know what happened but including subtle suspense, there also shows the finesse of the author.