I Too Had A Dream By Verghese Kurien Gouri Salvi Yes Online. Book Details: Language: English Published, Edition: 10th Impreesion , I Too Had a Dream has ratings and reviews. Komal said: Life’s Battles do not always go to the faster or stronger man, in the end the man who w. 45 quotes from I Too Had a Dream: ‘a person who does not have respect for time, and does not have a sense of timing, can achieve little.’.
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His efforts to organize cooperative in the field of salt production, distribution of fruits and vegetable, distribution of edible oil in the name of Dhara is a showcase of his belief in the cooperative to bring shared happiness.
Kurien thought that Amul is beyond just milk products.
I have read a few autobiographies and i loved each one of them. I asked for a piece of paper as an idea began forming in my mind. In living this privilege called life, you must accept responsibility for yourself, always use your talents to the kurifn of your ability and contribute somehow to the common good.
When Minoo came to me for the third time wanting to sell the dairy, I ordered him to get out of my room. He is a man in hurry who knows time is less and there is a lot to do.
Its daily milk procurement is approx 18 million lit per day from 18, village milk cooperative societies, 18 member unions covering 33 districts, and 3. Read this, if you want to work and make huge dent in public sector undertaking in India despite bureaucratic and political challenges. Kurien was impressed by verghewe integrity and commitment by Patel and his vi This book is about the revolution in milk production in India brought about by Dr.
This cooperative was and is based out of Anand, a small town in Gujarat. There is a fascinating story about how he tried to replicate Milk ourien in Power sector by making villages generate their own electricity!
He became friends with the cooperative chief Mr. Sad to read the postscript where Kurien laments how the organisations that he built are being uad away from the co-operative principles. I went along with the Medoras because anything was a good change from the monotony of life at Anand.
Kurien an institutuon builder in the rream of burecaracy and nepotism. These days, I seem to be reading only biographies and auto-biographies!! His passion towards work and making the farmers financially independent made him very passionate about milk revo Mr. This book sort of felt like a time-traveling capsule taking you through incredible journey of how a new nation was so very well built on its own with the intellectuals and administrators taking the lead.
Evrghese explains in great detail how he competes against entrenched competition and multinationals amidst unethical practices even while being an employee of farmers a point he repeats a lot. Thanks for telling nad about the problem. The book has been forwarded by Mr. I read a couple of random pages to decide if the book is good.
Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Today it is a part of my invaluable collection and I keep going back to it with the same enthusiasm I had when I first read it, some 8 odd years ago!
Verghese Kurien, the positive story of Kurien, who, like so many other Indian graduates, ends up in a job unrelated to his studies, takes up the challenges unsuspecting of the fact that he could become the father of the Indian white revolution. Verghese Kurien, who devoted a lifetime to pursue his dream of empowering the poor farmers of India.
After that you get the familiar WP interface that you see in WP. It was not a mindless chase of making money but adhering to a vision and nobel intent. Kurien a chance to present his proposal in his house and it was immediately sanctioned without involvement of any politician. About the comments, there is another alternative. The government ought not to get into businesses. The author experience in setting up of AMUL and his experience with bureaucracy and different prime -ministers puts things into perspective.
And rest as they say is History! I go by the style and the theme, theme being more important. It is also a window to the development of India post-independence. This memoir delves deep into issues of how bureaucracy could either make a country or break it; how vested interests of certain people could put a country on a downward spiral. Of all the biographies I had read, this one actually commanded huge respect.