This book starts with entrepreneurial applications of the Dhandho philosophy and later takes an investment angle. This interesting book is expertly written and the ideas can be used in any free market economy.
The clues to building wealth in investing or entrepreneurship are not very different. It involves doing a lot of legwork to spot the right opportunities, investing big (either in the form of money or time), being patient and realising great value when the right time comes.
The book ends up with two fables from Mahabharata. One about Abhimanyu to demonstrate how to get out of an investment and another about Arjuna about how to stay focused.