Success stories of these 7 Indian entrepreneurs will motivate you to face any hurdles in life

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In this article, we are sharing some success stories of Indian entrepreneurs who started with almost nothing. These stories will inspire you and keep you motivated. These success stories proved one fact, everything is possible if you have the will to accomplish it. So, here are some inspiring Indian entrepreneur success stories.

inspiring indian entrepreneur success stories

Inspiring Indian entrepreneur success stories

Dhirubhai Ambani – The man who founded Reliance Industriesdhirubhai ambani

Dhirubhai Ambani was the son of a village school teacher, Hirachand Gordhanbhai Ambani, and Jamnaben Ambani. He was born on 28 December 1932 in Junagadh district, Gujarat.

Dhirubhai started his journey by selling bhajias. After completing his matriculation, he moved to Aden, Yemen, and there he started working as a gas-station attendant, and later clerk in an oil company. At that time, he was just 16.

In 1958, Ambani returned to India with Rs 50,000 and set up a textile trading company. He put in a lot of hard work and took the Reliance group to greater heights. Reliance became the first Indian company to raise money in global markets in 1992.

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Karsanbhai Patel, Founder of Nirma Groupkarsanbhai patel

Karsanbhai Patel was born into a farmer family in Gujarat. After completing his B.Sc. in Chemistry he started working as a lab technician in the New Cotton Mills, Ahmedabad. In 1969, he started making detergent powder in the backyard of his house in Ahmedabad and sold it from door to door. When the cheapest detergent in the market was priced at Rs.13/kg he used to sell his detergent powder for Rs.3/kg as he wanted to focus on the middle and lower-middle-income segments. Now his company, The Nirma Group employs more than 18,000 people and has a turnover of more than Rs.7,000 crores.

Inspiring Indian entrepreneur success stories

Mahashay Dharampal Gulati: Owner of MDHmahashay dharampal gulati

Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, famously known as the ‘MDH uncle’, ‘Dadaji’, ‘Masala King’, or ‘King of Spices’ is the owner and CEO of MDH (Mahshian Di Hatti). He migrated to India during partition and moved to Delhi in search of work. Mahashay Dharampal Gulati opened his first spice shop in Karol Bagh, Delhi. He continued to build up from 1953 in Chandni Chowk, 1959 in Kirti Nagar, and so on. Today, MDH Masala is famous all over the world. In 2017, Gulati became the highest-paid FMCG CEO in India.

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Inspiring Indian entrepreneur success stories

Ramesh Babu: The Barber with a Rolls Royceramesh babu

Ramesh Babu, the barber who became a millionaire was born and raised in Bengaluru. He lost his father at an early age. In 1994, Ramesh Babu bought a Maruti Van with his savings. By 2004, he started a car rental business with seven regular cars, and till 2014 he owned a fleet of 200 cars. His story is one of the most inspiring stories. He got into luxury car rental business because at that time that was something that no one else was doing.

Radhakishan Damani: Founder of D-Martradhakishan damani

Radhakishan S. Damani popularly knows as ‘Mr. White-n-White’ for his appearance in a white shirt and white pants. Damani is an Indian billionaire investor and founder of DMart. RK Damani started his career as a stockbroker, but soon he realized that if wants to make real money from the market, he needed to trade his own money in the market. In February 2020, Damani became the second richest person in India.

Inspiring Indian entrepreneur success stories

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Patricia Narayan: Director of Sandeepha Chain of Restaurantspatricia narayan

Patricia Narayan, a woman who went on from a meager daily earning to owning a chain of restaurants. She used to make pickles, jams and squashes at home. Later, she decided to become an entrepreneur and started selling bajjias, cutlets, samosas, fresh juice, coffee and tea at Marina beach. Even while battling against a failed marriage, she managed to pursue her dreams and built her own chain of restaurants.

Inspiring Indian entrepreneur success stories

Narayan Murthy: Co-founder of Infosysnarayan murthy

Narayan Murthy was born in Karnataka in a Middle-class family. He wanted to be an engineer and cleared the entrance exam of the IIT. However, he couldn’t get into the college as his father’s earnings were not enough. Later, he joined an engineering college and completed his graduation in Electrical Engineering. After that Narayan joined IIT Kanpur for his Master’s degree.

He is known as the father of the Indian IT Sector. He is the co-founder of Infosys and had been chairman, chief executive officer, president, before retiring. Murthy has also been honored with Padma Vibhushan and Padma Shri.

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