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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Fresh from the success of his latest film Masaan at Cannes Film Festival, 2015, producer Manish Mundra talks to MARWAR about his foray into the world of cinema, his production house Drishyam Films, and the future of indie movies in India.

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The rise of Marwari industrialists is largely credited to their entrepreneurial acumen, credibility as businessmen and their community spirit. To ensure continuity, before passing on the baton, the older generation not only instils discipline in their heirs but also trains them well for business. These managerial skills later go on to guide the younger generation during their stints in the company and are a boon when they take up new ventures. MARWAR talks to entrepreneurs from the community about how skills and ethics they learned from their elders helped them in the business arena.

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The fifteenth edition of MARWAR’s annual ‘mega’ wedding exhibition was back with more opulence and grandeur this year, and provided a platform for couples-to-be to explore the latest wedding-related products, services and ideas.

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Luxury Montegrappa has launched Q1, a fountain pen that draws its design inspirations from the world of firearms. Built in a masculine style, the …

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As wildlife enthusiasts, adventure seekers, or quite simply, a creature of nature, how much can one truly claim to know of the world of the wild? In Sariska: The Tiger Reserve Roars Again, Sunayan Sharma, the author and field director of the reserve delivers a brave insight into the lives of these majestic creatures, rescued from the fringes of extinction due to poaching, and the wildlife warriors who made it happen.

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Alka Saraogi won the Sahitya Akademi Award in 2001 for her very first novel. Fourteen years later, she is out with her fifth novel—Jankidas Tejpal Mansion—set in Calcutta during the 1970s. In conversation with MARWAR, Saraogi talks about her protagonist’s need to protect his roots and identity, and her own desire to look for the extraordinary within the ordinary.

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