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Young Turk

Meet Hitesh Rathi, the founder of Aadvik Foods, the first camel milk brand in India.

Frontier Markets specialises in facilitating last-mile delivery of products and services to rural customers. Founder and CEO, Ajaita Shah,…

As scion of the Ambuja Neotia Group, Parthiv Neotia, son of group chairman Harshavardhan Neotia, belongs to a business house that traces its genesis …

The corporate world has never been funny business. And yet, Vikram Poddar toes the line by integrating comedy in the way corporates connect with …

Aditya Mehta of White Castle Hospitality is changing the nightlife scene in the City of Joy, adding one restaurant at a time to spice it up.

Vasundhara Gupta literally eats, sleeps and breathes music. A professional sound designer, sound editor and vocalist, she has worked on several films under awardwinning sound designer and post-production…

Till date, the Alohomora Education Foundation has enabled 1,500 students from government schools, helping them take charge of their learning and career choices. In conversation with MARWAR, co-founder Parinita Jain talks about her journey of empowering them with the skills required to achieve their dreams.

An 11th standard student, Aryaman Agarwal also moonlights as an illusionist. Credited by the world famous P C Sorcar Jr, Aryaman already has over 620 magic shows under his belt, and by the looks of it, this is just the beginning.


Wooden Street, India’s first online store for custom furniture, revolutionised the online furniture market within a few months of its launch in 2015. MARWAR talks to Lokendra Singh Ranawat, the co-founder and CEO of Wooden Street, to get an insight into his successful entrepreneurial journey, new forays and future plans.


For a long time, the only place to catch up with loved ones and enjoy a leisurely cup of tea was your home. Not anymore, thanks to Anirudh Poddar and Aditya Ladsaria, co-founders of Chai Break, who have made tea drinking a pleasurable and social experience. Move over coffee, it’s time for tea!