Gurmeet Naroola wrote a book called The Entrepreneurial Connection: East Meets West in the Silicon Valley, and did a chapter on me. With permission from Gurmeet, you can read it below:

Kanwal Rekhi is Chairman of TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs). He is a leading entrepreneur and angel investor, and is on a mission to build bridges with India.

Rekhi founded Excelan in 1982. When Excelan merged with Novell in 1989 he joined Novell’s board of directors and was later named executive vice president and CTO. Now retired, Rekhi serves on several public and private company boards. In 1986 he was named as “Entrepreneur of the Year” by the Arthur-Young Venture magazine.

Chidanand Rajghatta wrote a book called “The Horse That Flew” during the dotcom days, and wrote a chapter on me titled “The Godfather”.

It captured the mood and the hype of the time. With his kind permission, you can read the chapter on me below: