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Radhika Seksaria… a woman of substance Radhika Seksaria’s journey with the paintbrush is as old as her first stirrings of creativity. Known best for …

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Apart from offering soothing, rejuvenating weekend getaways amidst pastoral settings, Damodar Farms serves as a modern, scientific centre for dissemination of knowledge about cow breeding and the beneficence of the panchagavya, especially cow urine and dung.

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The Emami Group recently unveiled the Kolkata Centre for Creativity, one of the largest multi-disciplinary centres for art in East India.

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Indians adore Thailand. It’s close to home; it’s cheap; the food is great; it offers great shopping experiences; it has great beaches; and its treasure trove of luxury resorts and hotels can leave one spoilt for choice. That also makes it a great place for destination weddings, especially Hua Hin, which stands out for its perfect mix of hospitality and inimitable charms.

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In a first-person account, Aditya Ruia, a fourth generation descendent of industrialist Ramnarain Ruia, talks about his stints as an entrepreneur, his tryst with Rajasthan and his roots, his association with textile revivalist and crafts master Martand Singh that brought out his creative side, the founding of Bombay Art Gallery that was a further recognition of his creative talents and his zest for spiritual texts to understand the source of all Indian art.

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As the architect of the enormous growth that Bikaji Foods has achieved in recent years, Deepak Agarwal has much to be credited for. The scion talks to MARWAR about the company’s three-decade journey and his ambitious plans for the future, as it heads for brighter times.

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Fighting cybercrime is no easy business, but Saket Modi has managed to get the better of hackers. At 28, he is the co-founder and CEO of Lucideus, a cyber-security platform provider that has governments and Fortune 500 companies among its clients. MARWAR takes you through the award-winning entrepreneur’s journey.

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As the founder of Tute Consult, a Mumbai based global service agency specialising in public relations and communications, Komal Lath counts among a growing number of young Marwari women, who like their male counterparts have proven their mettle when it comes to building successful ventures.

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Driven by the belief that his great grandfather, a connoisseur of jewellery, has consciously and subconsciously inspired him in many ways, Abhishek Raniwala, the co-founder of Raniwala 1881, has identified himself with the jadau craft and excelled in it. In conversation with MARWAR, Raniwala, who began his career as an assistant marketing manager at Shaw Wallace, takes us through his decade-long journey.

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Award-winning poetess Vinita Agrawal, who has launched her fourth book of poems, Two Full Moons, recently, talks to MARWAR about writing poetry that stays true to the values of a just society.

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