Ganesha is Jovial, intelligent and the youngest in the family. A foodie by heart and laid back by nature, he always looked for ways to make life easier. Despite being born to the all-powerful Shiva and Parvati, with uncle Vishnu and aunts Lakshmi and Saraswati to back him at every point in life, he has to battle through many ups and downs to establish his individual identity, just like his accomplished brother, Skanda. Under layers of perfection, benevolence and Jovial extravaganza was a young boy battling to be found for who he really was. The legends of a start-up guy is a tale of someone who was born with a silver spoon and yet, decided to write his own destiny, on his own terms and to bring meaning to his existence out of the shadows of his lineage. It is the story of how an entrepreneur is born, the story of his challenges, and his actions to sail through them, carefully interwoven with stories from the Hindu mythology, to bring to the table the wisdom of the gods.
The Legends of a Startup Guy is a fiction with a twist of mythology written by Prachi Garg & published by Srishti Publications. The author is a motivational speaker & an entrepreneur. This is her fourth book from Srishti publication after Superwomen, Super Couples & Super Siblings.
The story is basically about a guy who is born in an affluent environment but decided to take the path less traveled & follow his dreams. As he starts his journey to become an entrepreneur we get to know about the different difficulties he faces in the process & how he deals with them. Interestingly the story is merged with Hindu mythology & several stories from it are used to represent the different situations. Get the book here,
The book basically is aimed at people who want a glimpse of the challenges & the lives of entrepreneurs but it has happened far too many times that whenever someone has written a book like this it turns out to be boring for the masses hence the author decided to give it a twist & mix Hindu mythology in it. The plot is simple & goes on steadily, since the language used is simple its quite a breezy read. The narration could’ve been better especially the details could’ve been conveyed through some more detailed mythological stories. The cover unfortunately is nothing special. An interesting take on the journey of being an entrepreneur, shouldn’t be missed.