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Few writers in the Indian fiction thriller genre measure up to Ashwin Sanghi, who is counted among India’s highest-selling English fiction authors.

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When Tradition Marries Opulence The extravagance, élan, and elaborate detailing of a Marwari wedding is like none other. It’s like transporting yourself to a …

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Kashi Nath Memani exhibited rare mettle that was to put him in the driver’s seat of Ernst & Young in India one day and script its huge success story

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From a colonel in the Indian Army and an Olympic medallist to the Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting, Youth Affairs & Sports, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore’s journey is both inspiring and commendable.

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In November 2016, images of US President-elect Donald Trump’s meeting with three Indian businessmen at New York’s Trump Tower surfaced on social media. Property …

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The Tainwala Group, founded by Dr Ramesh Tainwala, has prospered and diversified into many segments over time. Dr Tainwala himself heads Samsonite as its …

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At a time when even blood no longer ties a family together, Radhe Shyam Agarwal and Radhe Shyam Goenka’s long-standing friendship has defied the …

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Avni Biyani, the concept head of Foodhall, may be just 26, but she is already revolutionising the food retail industry. MARWAR meets Avni, the younger of the two daughters of Kishore Biyani, the CEO of Future Group, to know more about her life and business plans.

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Few industrialists inspire as much respect and awe as do Juggilal and Kamlapat Singhania, whose indomitable will and patriotic zeal saw them meet every challenge to set up the iconic Juggilal-Kamlapat Cotton Spinning & Weaving Mills in 1921 that was to lay the foundations of the mammoth JK Organisation which still remains one of the largest names of Indian industry. MARWAR dedicates this tribute to the father-son duo, who continue to be celebrated as its larger-than-life architects.

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Jodhpur, in Rajasthan, has earned the sobriquet ‘Blue City’ from Brahmapuri, a small and ancient settlement of Brahmins within the city. Brahmapuri is distinguished by its electric blue and azure structures, which are distinctly visible from the majestic Mehrangarh Fort. Sugato Mukherjee wanders through labyrinths to capture stunning glimpses of this ‘azure city’. MARWAR presents a selection of the photographer’s works.

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