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  The views of large sand dunes, camel rides, camping under the stars, hot air balloon flights and scrumptious delicacies spark a rush of …

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A walk through kolkata’s Amherst Street, or Raja Rammohan Roy Sarani as it is now called, evokes a deep sense of nostalgia. Among its …

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A magnificent landscape reflects glories of the city’s historical past, even as its palaces and relics stand testament to its majestic grandeur. It is …

The inimitable charm of the majestic havelis of Rajasthan continues to draw the discerning traveller to the state. Marwari merchants from the Shekhawati region, …

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

Adding that personal touch

The entrepreneurial world may have become faster and more cutting edge. However, this does not take away from the fact that interpersonal relationships are the basis of any Marwari business. MARWAR speaks to a few people from the community to learn how they juxtapose the essence of human touch with modern profit-making techniques.

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, often compared to Warren Buffett, is one of India’s biggest and most successful traders and investors, with a net worth of $1.95 billion.
A proud Marwari and a family man, Jhunjhunwala has pledged to give Rs. 5,000 crore or 25 per cent of his portfolio value, whichever is less, to charity when he turns 60 in 2020. MARWAR meets the man to learn more about his life and work

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