LONDON: Adolf Hitler is seen as a management guru by business students who are lapping up the Nazi dictator's autobiography 'Mein Kampf' for inspiration, a news report has said. The Nazi leader's autobiography is flying off the shelves at Indian book stores as some students regard the former dictator as a business strategy role model, the Daily Telegraph reported. Booksellers told the British daily that while it is looked upon in most countries as a 'Nazi Bible', in India it is considered a management guide in the mould of Spencer Johnson's "Who Moved My Cheese". Sales of the book over the last six months topped 10,000 in the Indian capital alone, according to leading stores, who said it appeared to be becoming more popular with every year, the report said. According to some book sellers, the surge in sales was from students who see it as a self-improvement and management strategy guide for aspiring business leaders, and who were happy to cite it as an inspiration. "Students are increasingly coming in asking for it and we're happy to sell it to them," said Sohin Lakhani, owner of Mumbai-based Embassy books who reprints Mein Kampf every quarter and shrugs off any moral issues in publishing the book. "They see it as a kind of success story where one man can have a vision, work out a plan on how to implement it and then successfully complete it," Lakhani was quoted as saying in the report.