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By Ram Ramprasad

ISBN-10: 1462016022

ISBN-13: 9781462016020

a distinct booklet that takes the reader into the depths and mysteries of constructing a wondrous people-initiated fiscal plan grounded in centuries of cultural and ecological knowledge. In a tapestry of real and daily occasions, the writer makes a well-reasoned argument that we first have to handle tradition, then a sustainable way of life, then ecology, and at last economics. the writer strongly purposes that this paradigm within the present century has been reversed by way of the entire international locations of the realm. The author’s compelling argument makes the reader ask a few thought-provoking questions: Is our current situation expanding expenditures in all components of the financial system? Is our procedure of schooling putting a distorted emphasis in growing a military of lost challenge solvers? is that this the fitting procedure? what's cultural economic system? Is a culture-based financial system higher than a client economy?

The adventure-filled tale telling during this booklet is a mix of the traditional knowledge of the East with
suggestions to utilizing the proper resources of useful technological knowledge from the East and the West. It takes the present kingdom of our affairs and fiscal making plans and easily turns the present good judgment on its head. The reader reveals numerous clues on how one can enforce and create a people-initiated financial plan with out inevitably altering his or her present station in existence. the wonderful thing about the publication is that any one might help create a technological tradition that's aligned with nature and ecology. A scholarly e-book that gives a desirable analyzing, as friendly as interpreting a novel.

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