In the early 1980s, Bombay and some of Delhi have dominated India's economic world. Calcutta was somewhat strong. Bangalore's retirement paradise. Madras is a big village.
What is the status of today? Kolkata has disappeared from the Indian economic map. Mumbai and Delhi are still the jurisdictions. Bangalore is the first choice for investors in the south.
Hyderabad is fast rising in the stages of development. But there are more professional centers than these two parts. Yet, the industrial growth of Tamil Nadu is also unknown to anyone even in India. Tamil Nadu companies are also not interested in listing on the stock market. Even so, Tamil Nadu is not considered a professionally advanced state. This book is for the first time to restore the identity of the Tamil Nadu and specifically point to the place in Indian economic history.
The book extends the history of Tamil Nadu's long-standing tradition to start-up companies and local accomplishments, from the outset . This can be said to be the first book in the study of the role of Tamil Nadu in the history of Indian industrialization.
It is a book that is compulsory for business students, corporate executives, business, financial management and entrepreneurship.
"Writing history requires neutral mood. The data should be genuine and intelligent and understandable. The book meets those two conditions well. Tamil Nadu, the top five in the nation, has achieved that feat through its uniqueity. In the competition
, the time has been reduced and respected. International Goals ... However, humility is great. This book has
inspired the soul of this book. " - R. Seesachayi, Infosys, Chairman, Board of Directors
"TATA, Birla, Ambani and Mittal are the major achievements of the industry in Tamil Nadu. How is that possible? Who are the heroes that made it possible? Sucila Ravindranath has seen this feat from favorable position. Simultaneous same time impulsive style. Everyone needs to read the book. "
- Pradeepa K. Mohapatra, Coaching Foundation India Ltd - Chairman, Spencer and Company Ltd. - Former Executive Director