Sapna Book House (P) Ltd., May 11, 2012 - 21 pages
One of the makers of modern India. Dr M Visvesvaraya was a genius. Perfectly honest and devoted to his work, he set new standards of efficiency. This is the story of a poor boy that became the Grand Old Man of India.
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