A book that explores the many shades of grey that make up Duryodhana, the villain of the Mahabharata.
About the Author
Raghu is an academic, corporate executive, author, columnist and a hobbyist. He taught finance at IIM, Ahmedabad, for nearly two decades before turning a banker as the president of ING Vysya Bank in Bengaluru. He is currently the CEO of GMR Varalakshmi Foundation. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Bocconi, Milan, Italy, and Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto, Canada. Raghu has probably the largest collection of antique locks in the country, has played chess at all-India level, and was briefly a cartoonist for a national daily. He has been writing extensively for leading newspapers and magazines and currently blogs for the Times of India. His books include Locks, Mahabharata and Mathematics; Ganesha on the Dashboard; Corruption Conundrum; Don't Sprint the Marathon and Games Indians Play. Visit him online at www.vraghunathan.com.