Gurcharan Das is an Indian intellectual and businessman that makes you test your present ethical choices against the Mahbarat tradition of Krishna and the family feud of 2500 years ago. His book The difficulty of being good was an introduction to Hindu ethics for me in 2010 when I worked under his leadership at CCS, a liberal think tank in New Delhi. I was reminded of him last night and listend to an interview with him that is a good introduction. Das was CEO of Procter and Gamble in India but left early to pursue his spiritual and scholarly ambitions. Thank you.
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