About Marwar

The Marwaris have historically been known for their enterprise and resilience. Hailing from an arid, inhospitable land, the Marwaris earned a reputation for their consistent commercial success, which became so legendary that the term Marwari grew to be synonymous with the entire mercantile class of Rajasthan.

The Marwari community has, over the ages, also steadfastly built on its past strengths and continued to gain recognition for its achievements in the arena of business, leveraging their business acumen to set up global enterprises beyond the borders of Rajasthan and India.

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Athang Jain was introduced to the world of business quite early in life. Those years were spent around his grandfather, the late Bhavarlal Jain, …

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Yashovardhan Gupta, the young and dynamic CEO of Torero Corporation Private Limited, believes in a disruptive business model. His company is a global licensee for luxury brands with specialisation in world-class leather accessories that are offered at affordable price points to consumers.

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Sometimes admired, sometimes reviled, the law profession and its practitioners elicit mixed responses from the public at large. Yet there are those within the law fraternity who owe their success to a reputation woven together through decades of cutting-edge practice and quality services that go beyond client expectations. A glowing example is the Kolkata-based Khaitan & Co, a century-old law firm, to whose illustrious founding fathers we pay this tribute.

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Steered by his vision and a quest to make it big in life, Tarang Jain took a train out of the ‘City of Dreams’ to set up the Varroc Group in Aurangabad in 1990. In what started as an automotive parts supply business, the Varroc Group has since grown both organically and inorganically to establish itself as a global automotive component behemoth that has clocked sales of Rs 10,300 crore in FY 16-17.

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There are certain stereotypes associated with Marwaris that tend to typecast the community and build a perception that may not always be true. MARWAR asks eminent members of the community to pick one stereotype that they feel must be broken at the earliest, as it is detrimental to their overall image.

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A college dropout at 17 and a start-up millionaire at 23… Meet Ritesh Agarwal, who has built India’s largest branded network of hotels, OYO, which today has a presence in 200 cities across the country and over 70,000 rooms on offer to guests.

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