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The Golden Bird 2.0 draws from India’s rich past to take a fresh look at its potential
for a glorious future—a second golden age, shaped by powerful public will, economic wherewithal, and the nation’s status as the world leader. What made ancient India the Golden Bird in the first place? What did China, the Land of the Dragon, have in common with India, and when did these t
Published October 2020 by VEER PUBLISHING HOUSE
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Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
“If I were to look over the whole world to find out the country most richly endowed with all the wealth, power, and beauty that nature can bestow – in some parts a very paradise on Earth – I should point to India” – Max Mueller.

India, being the most populous democracy with the coexistence of various cultures, faces many questions and problems that arise day by day in large numbers. But did you know that there was once a time when India was called The Golden Bird?

India was one of the richest land
alterego_bookaholic  (Upasana Singh)
This non-fiction book is a jolt to reality for many Indians 😊❤️ 🇮🇳

The author has revealed some very interesting facts about the Golden History of our country referred to as “The Golden Bird” and how we have always been fascinated by everything foreign which led to the change in the status of India becoming a developing nation 🙂Some thought provoking ideas & suggestions to reclaim this title and status is shared in this Book “The Golden Bird 2.0” 📚 🇮🇳

The book lays down the detailed opinion on wha
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Book Title: The Golden Bird 2.0
Author: Raina Singhwi Jain
Format: Kindle

What to expect from the book?
The book talks about the economic history, uprise, the past glory, present situations and future advancements of the country. The book also has an exhaustive study on the financial and political institutions that exist now and the ways to develop themselves that in turn develops the country.

Who can read?
This a work of non-fiction, written in an accessible language that can be read by every citizen
Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
An insightful book on the glory of India and how it can be the same just as suggested by the title golden bird 2.0

Ancient India was referred as golden bird in the because of the wealth it had as a global trade hub, gold and precious stones found in India.

This book talks about India's economic and political conditions in past and present. Also, how it can get better in future.

A well researched book with lots and lots of factual for the minds hungry for it, represented in graphs, etc.

I would rec
Nidhi Yadav
Nov 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
The Golden Bird 2.0 by Raina Singhwi Jain is a book of the non-fiction genre,talks about why India was called "The Golden Bird",how the British Raj affected the GDP of India,how China became "the world's factory" despite having similar history to that of India,reasons why Indian economy is the way it is today and what are the various ways through which we can regain the title of "The Golden Bird" again.

The author talks about in great detail about the various topics mentioned above,Indian educati
Enakshi J.
Oct 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
India is a land of diverse cultures, varied landscapes and heritage so abound with emotions and values. That’s the reason why it was called ‘The Golden Bird’ by the Britishers. Even though India has fought ita way out of slavery and underdevelopment, there is still a lot to accomplish and achieve. Immaculately edited and organized The Golden Bird 2.0 is a peep into the history and an honest prediction of the future of our country. Well-researched and well-expressed, this book is not only informa ...more
Pallvi (readwithpallvi)
Oct 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Book -Golden Bird 2.0
Author-Raina Singhwi Jain

⭐In this book, the author throws light on the path to regaining our pride in the world with insights and next practices from across the world and also on some factors that are crucial for India to attend "Atmanirbhar Bharat ".
The author also discusses medium, small and micro enterprises whose contribution is to a larger extent to make the country self-reliant.

⭐The first chapter started with the note of lord Macaulay, where he addresses t
Rachana Prasad
Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
The Golden Bird 2.0 draws from India’s rich past to take a fresh look at its potential for a glorious future—a second golden age, shaped by powerful public will, economic wherewithal, and the nation’s status as the world leader. What made ancient India the Golden Bird in the first place? What did China, the Land of the Dragon, have in common with India, and when did these two ancient civilizations diverge on their paths to global success? Raina Singhwi Jain discusses the immediate need and measu ...more
Oct 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
Golden bird !

Golden bird 2.0 book is all about India, it's history, economic conditions, comparison with neighbor countries such as China and America.

The business relationships, deals, political decisions, success stories, strategies, superpowers, circumstances, economical and success growth of nation's almost in all aspects; how they are interconnected on international level. Here China is center of attraction, not because of name, but because it's winner in almost every comparison, with respec
Bhairvi Bhardwaj
Oct 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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The Golden Bird 2.0 written by Raina Singhwi Jain

This book is thoroughly about our country India. First of all, the book is a little different in design, whoever has designed the book has done a commendable job. The content is quite impressive too. It deals with the history of India and its comparison with other countries like America and China. The reason why I chose the book is because of the title and the cover which is very beautiful and I couldn't resist myself from reading it.

The author
Vidhya Thakkar
Dec 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing
It's an interesting book filled with facts that we are unaware of. Yes, it's a mind-blowing book. A book that will amaze you with the facts. From why India is called as the Golden bird to the macroeconomics situation of the country. From discussing China, their investments in India to Aatmanirbhar Bharat to trade relations to education this book has it all.

The amount of research done by the author is commendable. With the help of charts and graphs, the author gives us insights about our country.
Oct 13, 2020 rated it really liked it
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In this work of non fiction, author has done a remarkable job of highlighting the economic aspect of our country from medieval times to the present conditions while painting a picture as to how the goal of making India the Golden Bird again can be achieved.
The book is highly detailed, with as many facts as there are opinions and ideas of the author herself. I usually don’t read works of non fiction as they fail to hold my attention but this one was written in an interesting manner and the lang
Oct 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"The Golden Bird" is written by Raina Singhwi Jain.The book is about India and how our country was affected due to invasions by different countries. It depicts why exactly India has been called as " The Golden Bird" - sone ki chidiya. It guides us how we can regain our lost pride which we lost years ago.

The book also talk about pandemic suitation and relations with other countries.The historic culture is also discribed very well. The status of India before and after independence is portrayed. It
Som reading 24x7
Feb 16, 2021 rated it really liked it
Well the book is a non fictional book based on the perspective of India and its history. The author has written each and every detail supporting with data. She had well researched and penned down the details for past and present, well the actual scenario of India along with its neighbouring countries like China. Comparisons have been drawn supported with good logics and data. I simply can't sum up all as it has so much to give to its readers.
The author has done a great job presenting this book t
Arun Tankasali
Oct 23, 2020 rated it really liked it
The Golden Bird 2.0 is an astonishing work by Raina Singhwi Jain. The book primarily focuses on economics and political aspects of the country. The book is well researched, and it is made to as an easy read to every common person. The story depicts the history of India, and it commences from the time when the first business relations were made in the country. The influence of the British in the bilateral trade and the trading relationship between India and China were adequately explained in the ...more
Rani Nidhi
Oct 22, 2020 rated it liked it
India is a country which had a golden era in the past . So in the early ages the country got a name golden bird.Still we have the potential to recreate a golden future hence the name golden bird 2.0
It also describes about how growth of China started parallely and leaped in cultural and economical growth.
I really liked the writer's approach.The book clearly mentions about development in process engineering and communication.
What I felt negative was the dull looking cover
Abhinav Kumar
Oct 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Prospecting the in India subcontinent THE GOLDEN BIRD 2.0 formulate a conceptual research-based study of Indian Diaspora in many aspects.
The book covers almost all topics related to different fields which plays a major role in making a country self-reliant, a well-known term in India nowadays. The conceptual study begins with the background of India drafting the historical richness of this great civilization & portraying a picture of how this newly discovered land attracted westerns to initiate
Aishwarya Taral
Oct 20, 2020 rated it liked it
Title : The Golden Bird 2.0
Author : Raina Singhwi Jain

India has always been an object of yearning, a realm of wonder, a world of magic... India is the land of dreams. India had always dreamt - more of the bliss that is man’s final goal. And this has helped India to be more creative in history than any other nation. -G.W.F Hegel

Historically, India has been known as ‘Sone ki Chidiya’, signifying a land of dreams, abundance, and opulence. The Golden Bird 2.0 reminisces, reinterprets, and reimagin
The Bookish Elf
Oct 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The Golden Bird 2.0 by Raina Singhwi Jain is an excellent economic history book of India. The main thesis is ultra simple: nations must develop inclusive economic and political institutions if they are to achieve prosperity. Such political institutions include fair and free elections, an independent judiciary, uncorrupted legislative and executive branches etc. Inclusive economic institutions include financial controls. In the U.S., for instance, all three main governmental institutions at the f ...more
Kangkana Chakravarty
Oct 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"The Golden Bird 2.0" is a non-fiction that concentrates on the topic about how to rebuild Indian economy and regain its status of "Golden Bird (sone ki chidiya)". The author through her book wants to convey the message that how this covid-19 pandemic crisis can be turned into a boon for India and make India a major economic platform. Many things have happened in this year, especially in India, from the spread of Coronavirus to the border tensions between Indo-China. And these problems has added ...more
Dhruv Naik
Oct 19, 2020 rated it really liked it
I personally love reading books that provide a perspective towards India. But many of them are not well researched, this book, on the contrary, is indeed made after a good amount of research. The book begins by hailing the glory days of our loving country and how the British turned our economy on its head. I quite liked this description.

The second part of the book trudges on the fact that India and China have a relationship that is extremely complex to understand. While on the first attempt noth
Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
“I have travelled across the length and breadth of India and I have not seen one person who is a beggar, who is a thief. Such wealth I have seen in this country, such high moral values, people of such calibre, that I do not think we would ever conquer this country, unless we break the very backbone of this nation, which is her spiritual and cultural heritage and therefore, I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is forei ...more
Kushal Tyagi
Oct 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Book's name- THE GOLDEN BIRD 2.0: Resurgence of India
Book's ratings-⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

The Golden Bird 2.0 by Raina Singhwi Jain is a non-fiction book on our country India. With the length of around 300 pages, this book has a saga of India in a unique way.

This book depicted the story and the past of India with the collection of eighteen chapters and every asunder chapter based on asunder topic, which is related to India.

The book Commence from the daw
Deependra Singh
Feb 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
"The Golden Bird", or the Golden Sparrow. India was called by these names. The main reason was because of its abundance in raw materials and accessibility of precious stones. Ancient India was a global trade hub.

Author is introducing you to India's most hidden treasures and how rich this country was. This book is written to amaze and educate people about this country. She wrote every bit of information along with references but why? Because we are a developing nation and knowing our economic his
Feb 13, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Book Name - The Golden Bird 2.O
Author - Raina Singhwi Jain
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The Golden Bird is a non-fiction book which throws light upon all the economical issues of our country and our trade relations with other countries like China and America and how things have changed due to pandemic and all the comparable insights with the other countries have been provided in a graphical ways which is really amazing because the details and the information required about I
Manisha Gurnani
Oct 03, 2020 rated it really liked it
📚 Rating: 3.8/5️⃣

|| BOOK REVIEW || - 🍁 The Book, The Golden Bird 2.0, is a book in which The Author has written about India and China. The Author has written very Well Researched Ideas and Facts in the Book.

🍁 The Book is about History of India. Why India was termed as ' A Golden Bird' and many other Facts about India are discussed in the Book. Architectural and Cultural Heritage of India before Britishers arrived is also discussed. How Britishers brainwashed Indian People and India was left wi
Rakesh Ranjan
Oct 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
Book name :- THE GOLDEN BIRD 2.0
Book author :- Raina singhwi jain
Book language :- English
Book Page strength :- 304 pages

:- the history of India has been glorifying the present and will glorify the past . India has been called as the golden bird because of the rich resources that India possessed.

But then English men came and looted all our resources leading to its depletion and somehow we also lack to use and preserve it in a better way because of our greed.

However , India has seen the golden er
Shiny  Jain
Nov 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
🇮🇳The Golden Bird is a non-fiction book which is very informative, it concentrates on the topic about how to rebuild Indian economy and regain its status of "Golden Bird" (Sone ki chidiya)". In ancient times, India was called the Golden Bird because of its wealth of minerals and precious gems, early scientific achievements, and art and architecture. But now its not the same, there are n number of reasons why India is not like before and this book have every detail about the same. The Golden Bird ...more
Kevin Mallik
Feb 12, 2021 rated it it was amazing
The Golden Bird 2.0: Resurgence of India by Raina Singhvi Jain is a work of non-fiction, stretching up to 300 pages. The book is poignant in exploring the aspects that can make India great again. In short, the author has put a historical reference, as in back then India was referred as Sone Ki Chidiya – Golden Bird – owing to richness in trade values, heritage, minerals and resources, civilization, and much more. India then was a good land with its own diversities and richness until it was robbe ...more
Prince Raj
Mar 13, 2021 rated it really liked it
I grew listening that once India was know as the Golden bird and some invaders came and looted it and stole all its Golden times, the book gives an insights to know the land on which I am living and is my home since 21 or 22 years and i felt very good to know about all this and I believe we would once again make India the Golden bird by fulfilling our duty towards our country.

Golden 2.0 is the book full of information and the knowledge of our nation with some description and graphical representa
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Raina Singhwi Jain was born in Pondicherry and spent her childhood in the port town of Thoothukudi (formerly “Tuticorin”). Raina’s parents hail from the blue city of Rajasthan and. moved to Tuticorin before she was born. Growing up in Tamil Nadu was a living lesson for young Raina in embracing multiple worlds and cultural acceptance as the only way forward for any entrepreneurial, and more importa ...more

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