Three Merchants of Bombay

Three Merchants of Bombay Three Merchants of Bombay is the story of three intrepid merchants Trawadi Arjunji Nathji Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy and Premchand Roychand who traded out of Bombay in the nineteenth century founding pion

  • Title: Three Merchants of Bombay
  • Author: Lakshmi Subramanian
  • ISBN: 9788184757217
  • Page: 448
  • Format: ebook
  • Three Merchants of Bombay

    Three Merchants of Bombay is the story of three intrepid merchants Trawadi Arjunji Nathji, Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy and Premchand Roychand who traded out of Bombay in the nineteenth century, founding pioneering business empires Trailblazing in their enterprise, these adventurers possessed the unique ability to find and then exploit the big opportunities that came their way IThree Merchants of Bombay is the story of three intrepid merchants Trawadi Arjunji Nathji, Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy and Premchand Roychand who traded out of Bombay in the nineteenth century, founding pioneering business empires Trailblazing in their enterprise, these adventurers possessed the unique ability to find and then exploit the big opportunities that came their way It was a time of transition, and they prospered because they thought big and took risks Set against the backdrop of global and local economies undergoing rapid and unforeseen change, the story of these three unique men stands as a proud milestone in the history of indigenous capitalism in India In this lucid and very readable account, Lakshmi Subramanian traces that history and locates it in the greater narrative of the history of economic development in South Asia.

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    1. Vikram Prasad

      Book covers the history of businessmen who flourished at the time British EMpire was getting established in India (late 1700s to late 1800s). Provides insights of how three notable businessmen of those times adapted themselves to the changing situations around to not only grow their business but also help british. Business motives not withstanding they even made their mark on society through their philanthropy and other efforts to help others. Good insights.

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