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Home Book Review DALIT MILLIONAIRES: 15 INSPIRING STORIES

DALIT MILLIONAIRES: 15 INSPIRING STORIES

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by Milind Khandekar

Dalit Millionaires is a collection of profiles of fifteen Dalit entrepreneurs who have braved both societal and business pressures to carve out highly profitable niches for themselves. The book is a vivid chronicle of how the battle has moved from the village well to the marketplace. There are tales describing how the multi-millionaire Ashok Khade, at one time, did not have even four annas to replace the nib of a broken pen; how Kalpana Saroj, a child bride, worked her way to becoming a property magnate and how Sanjay Kshirsagar moved on from a 120-foot tenement and now seems well on his way to become the emperor of a 500 crore rupee firm. The only common thread through these stories is the spirit that if you can imagine it, you can do it.

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