Radhakrishnan Pillai is a management speaker and strategy consultant with nearly twenty-five years of experience and over 200 articles and papers to his credit. He is the founder and director of Chanakya International Institute of Leadership Studies (CIILS), University of Mumbai, and has a PhD in the Arthashastra from the same university. Pillai has taught in many prestigious institutions, including Oxford, Cambridge, Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Institutes of Management. He has represented India at the World Congress of Philosophy in Athens, the Academy of Management in San Antonio, Texas, and the Indian Philosophical Congress. He received the International Sardar Patel Award in 2009 and the Aavishkar Chanakya Innovation Research Award in 2013 for his contribution to the field of management and industrial development. Pillai is considered one of the top thirty Indian management thinkers globally by Thinkers50.
His books include the bestselling Corporate Chanakya, Chanakya in You, Chanakya's Seven Secrets of Leadership (with D. Sivanandhan), Katha Chanakya, Chanakya in Daily Life and Inside Chanakya's Mind: Aanvikshiki and the Art of Thinking. This book is the sequel to Chatur Chanakya and the Himalayan Problem. He can be reached at email@example.com. He loves to interact with his readers on his social media handles (Twitter and Instagram: rchanakyapillai).
Meet the smartest of them all!
The Super Six of Ganesh Colony are back, with new faces and new challenges. Lakshmi is all set to represent Vani Vidyalaya at an inter-school maths tournament, Chanakya is busy learning about the World Wide Web and Arjun . . . well, he's up to his usual shenanigans.
But Lakshmi seems to be harbouring a terrible secret-she's being bullied online! As she receives one nasty message after another, she fears being disqualified from the tournament. Can Chanakya and Arjun combine the intelligence of the past and the future to catch the culprit?
Get ready to join the gang on an exciting adventure-cum-whodunnit! Get ready for Chatur Chanakya.
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