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Corporate Yogi: My Journey as a Spiritual Seeker and an Accidental Entrepreneur - by Dr. Arvind Lal

"A single bullet took one life and shattered three others. Mine, among them. My brother shot my father. My mother heard the shot. Approximately 1400 kilometers away, in the Armed Forces Medical College at Pune, where I was pursuing a postgraduate course in pathology while serving as assistant warden of the hostel, the telephone rang. It was the night of December 4, 1977, a night that changed me forever."
This book presents Dr Arvind Lal's journey as a spiritual seeker and an accidental entrepreneur. How did a saint from a remote Himalayan village called Hairakhan transform Arvind's life? How did Lal Pathlabs become a household brand in India? How does spiritualism shape his thoughts as an entrepreneur? Can work and spirituality gel in a 'karma yoga' form as mentioned in ancient Hindu scriptures? Woven around Arvind's life, this book answers these and many other questions about work, life and spirituality.
***  Great read for Babaji devoties. Also i like that is from an Indian author who has grown up in a Hindu culture. Thank you Dr Arvind. - K, UK
***  As a professional most rarely spend time on "Non business" / "Non priority" issues. It has been an eye opener and enlightening experience to read Corporate Yogi. I have read the book twice. First time read the book more as a gripping novel. Second time read slowly to understand and internalise the content and experiences shared by the author. This has been my first experience reading and scratching the surface of spiritual world. I am thrilled and 'am so happy that I read Corporate Yogi. - SC, India
***  I brought this book after reading an article on this book. It's the auto biography of the doctor by profession. Bcuz of his family life problems, his mother takes him to Babaji his guru to find solace in life. He has explained elaborately about his guru's teachings with emphasizes on karma yoga and japa yoga. Worth reading this book if you're seeking for spirituality. - SK, India
***  Wonderful book brings God into our word.
Reincarnation which happened in recent times that was unknown to me has been detailed so well by Dr Arvind Lal. Must read book. - SB, India
About Arvind Lal:
Arvind Lal is an Indian billionaire, pathologist, medical administrator and the chairman and managing director of Dr Lal PathLabs, a medical diagnostic centre in Delhi. A medical graduate and a medical academic, he is reported to have modernized Indian medical diagnostics and initiated the first Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the field of laboratory testing in India. He holds the rank of a Brigadier in the Indian Armed Forces, an honorary rank conferred by the Army. The Government of India awarded him the fourth highest civilian honour of the Padma Shri, in 2009, for his contributions to Medicine.
Arvind Lal, born on 22 August 1949, graduated in medicine from the Armed Forces Medical College, Pune, secured his post graduate degree from the same institution and started his career there as a lecturer at the Department of Pathology. In 1977, he went back to his family business by taking charge of Dr Lal PathLabs, a laboratory services providing institution founded by his father, S. K. Lal, in 1949. Under his leadership, the institution modernized its diagnostic services by incorporating Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems and branched out to many parts of the country, presently having over 150 laboratories. Affiliated to the College of American Pathologists (CAP), the institution is known to cater to 9000 patients a day, reported to be highest number of tests conducted by a pathology laboratory in India. The annual turn over stood at ₹5.5 billion (Indian rupee) as of March 2014 and the company floated its first IPO in 2014. The honorary physician to the President of India in 2001, he was one of the founders of the Indian chapter of the Association of Clinical Research Organizations (ACRO) where he served as the first vice president. He is known to have initiated the first Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the country in laboratory testing in 2004 when Dr Lal PathLabs took up a project in association with the Government of Tripura, an effort which was repeated with the Government of Gujarat during 2011–2013 for testing over 30,000 new born babies in the state.
Arvind Lal is the Secretary of the Healthcare Federation of India (NATHEALTH) and a non-executive Director at the Centre For Sight, New Delhi. He sits on the Board of Directors of APL Institute of Clinical Laboratory and Research, Archana Pharmaceuticals, Doon MRI, Kalmatia Sangam Travels, Paliwal Diagnostics and Paliwal Medicare. A recipient of special honour from the World Health Organization, he received the International Business Council Award in 1994 and the Indira Gandhi Solidarity Award in 1995. This was followed by Healthcare Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 and the Delhi Rattan Award from the Government of Delhi in 2005. The Government of India awarded him the civilian honour of the Padma Shri in 2009 The same year, The Armed Forces of India honoured him with the honorary rank of a Brigadier,  making him the first civilian doctor to receive the honour. He is also a recipient of the Eminent Medical Person Award.
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