- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: MANJUL PUBLISHING HOUSE; 2017 edition (1 September 2002)
- Language: Hindi
- ISBN-10: 8186775218
- ISBN-13: 978-8186775219
- Product Dimensions: 20 x 14 x 4 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1,341 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #51 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Rich Dad Poor Dad - 20th Anniversary Edition (Hindi) Paperback – 1 Sep 2002
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रॉबर्ट कियोसाकी वास्तव में एक बहु-प्रतिभाशाली व्यक्तित्व है। वह एक उद्यमी, निवेशक, प्रेरक वक्ता, लेखक और वित्तीय ज्ञान कार्यकर्ता भी हैं। वह एक जापानी अमेरिकी है जिसका जन्म हिलो, हवाई में हुआ था।
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I really inspired with the Rich Dad poor bad
And I recommend read this book every one
Thanks you Robert sir.........
The title Rich Dad, Poor Dad refers to the two main male influences that Robert had as a child. His own father, the figurative “poor dad,” worked at a steady job for a living, while the “rich dad” (the father of a friend) ran a multitude of businesses. Most of this book is told from the perspective of Robert learning from his “rich dad” about how to make money – and seeing how his “poor dad” made huge money mistakes
The book ended with a very brief section that outlined another unbelievably good financial situation.
How can we use our money wisely..
How can we get earnings from our expences..
What is the best way to invest our money..
What are assets and what are liabilities..
What is the best way for saving..
All over it's a good book but, business persons and professionals may already know the moral and learnings of this book because of there experience..
It is for normal human being and students for teaching the art of money management..