Last Saturday Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) had been to “Crossword” the one at Kemp’s Corner as it is Bapu’s (Aniruddhasinh) favourite book shop. Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) loves reading and he expects his Shraddhavan friends to devote at least some time of the day for reading. He always emphasizes that reading makes a person versatile and also never feels lonely in life. Recently he visited Nerurkar’s Ideal Book Store in Dadar and purchased books on a variety of subjects which he gifted to Suchit Dada on his 50th birthday.
I know, when Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) delivered a lecture on the “Thirteen Points Programme” he had practically read more than 400 books. Similar was the case when he spoke on RAM RAJYA. His personal collection of books is now our library. He had personally selected the books for our Sanstha’s library at Gurukul Juinagar. Many of the books there are donated by him.
On Saturday he gifted me a book named “Romancing The Balance Sheet” written by an imminent Chartered Accountant and founder & director of Lamcon School of Management, a business school located in Pune. Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) himself had written an article on “Finance” in a Marathi weekly magazine- Lokprabha. The article was on a unique subject of “Deficit Finance” and its effects on global economy; which is the current global scenario.