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Czars of the East

Czars of the East

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varshaa90 6 years, 3 months ago

Holding your attention

Cricket is one sport which connects most Indians and basically because of the sentiments attached to it. When i came across this book, i thought the summary would be enough to understand the normal and usual pattern it will have. Bt this really intrigued me to actually take a step ahead, buy it and read it. It has two legends of all times-Ganguly and Dhoni. If not for sports fanatic, leadership and managerial skills is another apart from many other traits which this book might leave you with like team work, being active rather than passive decision maker in times of need etc. I loved the book absolutely... a must hv for ur collection....kudos to the author:)

sombina 6 years, 3 months ago

Re: Czars of the East

Czars of the East is a tribute to two of the greatest icons of Indian cricket who hail from the Eastern zone of India. It is a well written book consisting of biographies of both Sourav Ganguly and M.S. Dhoni. It should interest everyone as we know how crazy Indians are about cricket and how they worship their cricket idols

Rish221991 6 years, 3 months ago

Re: Czars of the East

Czars of the East - the name itself speaks a lot about it. We all know how crazy Indians are for cricket and it's the cricketers who keeps inspiring us in life.I have been truly inspired by these two stars -Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Saurav Ganguly and have learnt by them that it's Passion,Perseverance and Commitment that counts in life.I am sure the book is going to be very exciting and will definitely enhance my knowledge so looking forward to read the book this summer.

Dr. Sanmeet Banerjee 6 years, 3 months ago

Well Crafted Biographies

A well crafted book that speaks of the evolution of two of India's greatest cricketing sensations in modern day cricket. The book is presented with lot of finesse as i find the chapters of the book well laid out and the picture gallery at the end of both the major sections of the book is great. The book offers the biographies of both Sourav and Dhoni in a compact manner and should be of interest to anyone genuinely interested about the game of cricket and happens to love these cricketing icons rightly called czars by the author of this book.