5 edition of Marwaris, from traders to industrialists found in the catalog.
Marwaris, from traders to industrialists
Thomas A. Timberg
|Statement||Thomas A. Timberg.|
|LC Classifications||DS432.M28 T55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||78901598|
The transformation of the Marwaris from traders to industrialists was a phenomenon more or less restricted to Calcutta. Elsewhere, it was too gradual and individualistic a process to be noticed. In Calcutta the transformation was made possible by a series of . 8 Timberg Thomas A. The Marwaris (from Traders to Industrialists), Vikas Publishing House Ltd. New Delhi, Timberg Thomas, Das Gurucharan, The Marwarls: From Jagat Seth to Birlas, Penguin Books, Zunzunwala Vishnu Dayal, Bharadwaj Arvind, , Marwari: Business-Culture and Tradition, Kalpaz Publication.
Sep 14, · Medha M. Kudaisya, The life and Times of G.D. Birla, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, , pages, Rs. Owning a dynamic, indigenous entrepreneurial group like the Marwaris would seem to give India a competitive advantage in the world economy, yet the Marwari has never quite won the respect from Indian society that he has yearned for. Shekhawati region. Shekhawati describes a district, or nizamat, of the pre-Independence kingdom of Dhundar or Jaipur. This region was ruled by descendants of the 15th century Rajput baron, Rao Shekha, who were known as Shekhawats. It is covered by the two modern districts of Jhunjhunu and Sikar. Traders and Industrialists: The Marwaris are renowned all over India for having emerged in the nineteenth century as the most prominent group of migrant baniya (intermediary traders, or .
Marwaris refer to a commercial and industrial community originating from Marwar, an old state of Jodhpur in Rajasthan. Immigrants from Rajasthan into Eastern India, particularly Bengal, established their credibility in commercial enterprises and emerged as the leading merchants and traders. The Marwaris: From Traders to Industrialists (New Delhi, ). Wagle, Dileep M., ‘ The Impact of Tariff Protection on Indian Industrial Growth, – - with Special Reference to the Steel, Cotton-Mill and Sugar Industries ’ (Cambridge University, ).Cited by: Had they not learnt these lessons from adversity, they would not have turned out to be nationally reputed warriors and top industrialists." 8 The Marwaris, many such historians say, have an almost "genetic destiny" to make money; even in the arid desert, they are able to produce money out of nothing. 9: Though many historians and.
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