The Bhagavad Gita is omnipresent on the 10th floor of Piramal House, the corporate headquarters of Piramal Enterprises, at Mumbai’s Peninsula Corporate Park. There are inscriptions from the Gita on the walls. All around are brilliant 100-year-old sculptures made out of granite that were sourced from a place close to the ancient city of Hampi by sculptor Adwaita Gadnayak, meant to represent different interpretations of the Gita.
The Piramal group chairman is a believer in the Gita and for whom equanimity is second nature
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