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Siddharth Banerjee’s Top 5

Siddharth Banerjee is currently the Country Marketing Director for Unilever in Sri Lanka.


My top 5 Fiction books

1) The Three Musketeers – Alexandre Dumas
2) The Guns of Navarone – Alistair MacLean
3) The Inimitable Jeeves – PG Wodehouse
4) City Of Djinns – William Dalrymple
5) Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand

Apologies if you don’t find Rushdie, Dickens or Hemingway here – one does read them, but one necessarily does not go back there.

A book that made an impression

Hands down, it is PG Wodehouse and his books ! His madcap world of Jeeves and Psmith  continue to delight inspire me with their scintillating wordplay, impeccable wit and impassive attitude to “the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune”… what better life lessons tucked away in the pages of humour & satire.

More on Siddharth Banerjee

Siddharth’s 15 year career in international FMCG across India, Singapore, the UK now Sri Lanka have enabled him, his wife, Eika their two daughters, Oishee & Tavishee to enrich their lives with varied experiences across different cultures.


About artikabakshi

Artika Aurora Bakshi Artika co-manages She comes from a family of lawyers and has a master's degree in International Banking & Finance. Currently based in Sri Lanka, she teaches Commerce and History on a part-time basis at an international school and enjoys being part of the literary scene in Sri Lanka. A regular at the Galle Literary Festival and other literary events in Sri Lanka, Artika's articles and book reviews have featured in the Daily Mirror and Daily News and various blogs, such as,,, She is actively involved with SAARC Women's Association of Sri Lanka. An avid reader, Artika runs an online book club with a membership base of over 600 members. Her passion for reading has led her to helping other writers with their manuscripts. Her short stories have been published online and she is also working on her own novel. Artika has published My Little Sikh Handbook and is currently working on her second children's book, with Sikhism as its central theme. You can reach Artika at .

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This entry was posted on December 14, 2014 by in What Do Managers Read?.
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