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In this issue

Marwaris are known for their entrepreneurial skills and hardwired business sense. This has helped them build great businesses around the world. But that is as far as tradition goes. It’s a different matter with the modern Marwari, however, many of whom have taken their interests beyond the boardroom in pursuit of other conquests. One among them is writer Ashwin Sanghi, who within a short span of time has earned global name and fame with a series of bestselling novels. We have dedicated our cover to the maestro of fiction thrillers. In what started as a start-up, the brand has seen incredible growth under father-son duo Shyam Sunder and Bharat Goenka and looks to conquer new grounds with scion Tejas Goenka stepping in. We bring you the inspiring story of the Goenkas. There’s no arena where Marwaris don’t seem to have made their mark as entrepreneurs. Read about cousins Shrikant Mohta and Mahendra Soni, whose passion for cinema led them to fly to Mumbai, as college kids no less, to make their foray into filmdom, and succeed against all odds. Their company, SVF Entertainment is now the biggest entertainment powerhouse in Eastern India. We bring you their inspiring story of heritage and style, and as keepers of a 150-year legacy, the Nahetas of Jaipur Jewels have been making concerted efforts to both popularise and perpetuate these traditional forms of jewellery. Also Mr. Sanjay Dalmia, the chairman of a clutch of Dalmia group companies, deserves special mention, whose interests, apart from spearheading the group’s growth, spill on to other domains such as India’s economic growth, patriotism and humanitarianism.

With all this and more, we bring you another interesting issue of MARWAR.

Poetry And Poise

Many years of writing come together in Laxmana Dalmia’s new book One Soul Many Lives, which is due for launch on April 6. MARWAR talks to the spirited lady about her book, her outlook towards life and lots more.

Poetry And Poise

6 mins

Programmed To Grow

With more than a million users and presence in more than 140 countries, unlisted accounting software behemoth Tally Solutions counts among the world’s most used business softwares. Starting from scratch, the brand has seen incredible growth under father-son duo Shyam Sunder and Bharat Goenka and continues to grow with fresh impetus from scion Tejas Goenka.

Programmed To Grow

6 mins

A Royal Tradition

A jewel is more than just an ornament. It is a precious adornment and a statement of magnificence and beauty for the wearer and a testament of the maker’s creative genius which sometimes is a cherished family legacy passed down from one generation to another. One such name that has seen seven generations of jewellers mesmerise patrons with their breathtaking creations is Jaipur Jewels, whose time-honoured dedication to excellence has not surprisingly led to new benchmarks under its present owner, Subhash Naheta.

A Royal Tradition

6 mins

Ways Of The Wild

Thousands of brave men and women tirelessly guard India’s forests to curb wildlife poaching and conserve the habitat. In My Encounter with the Big Cat and Other Adventures in Ranthambhore, retired forest officer Daulat Singh Shaktawat takes the reader deep into the jungles of Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, as he revisits his trysts—including a near-death experience—with its tigers.

Ways Of The Wild

3 mins

In Search Of The Havelis Of Shekhawati

The havelis of Shekhawati bring alive the grandeur of a bygone era, especially the sense of aesthetics and splendour of the merchants who built them. Sadly many of them lie abandoned today, or in a state of utter disrepair. MARWAR takes a tour to capture their dying grandeur, even as they slowly fade from our memory.

In Search Of The Havelis Of Shekhawati

2 mins

Wealth On A Roll

Money no doubt rules the world, but ever wondered who rules money! What happens to the pile that you have stashed away? Does it grow on its own, or does it rust and fret in a vault, only to be frittered away? Gold put to use, more gold begets; and it is this line of reasoning that drives wealth management experts, among whom Anirudha Taparia, the executive director of IIFL Wealth Management Ltd, is an outstanding example.

Wealth On A Roll

5 mins

Preserving A Heritage

In a world forever changing due to rapid urbanisation, there seems to be little or no space for traditional art forms to survive. Luckily, around 25 years ago, artist Lakhi Chand Jain took it upon himself to breathe new life into the dying Rajasthani art of Mandana painting by reinventing it with his unique brand of Mandanagraphy.

Preserving A Heritage

5 mins

Marwaris And Luxury

The highly successful Marwari community has a long tryst with royalty, grandeur and luxury. The values of thrift have not been lost on them either, which have prevented them from being overly indulgent, unlike some other more ostentatious communities. With changing times and evolution of the Marwari mindset, the meaning of luxury has changed, however, giving way to more liberal thinking when it comes to luxury consumption. Dr Sheetal Jain, a Marwari entrepreneur and an internationally published and quoted luxury professional, explores this changing facet of luxury among Marwaris.

Marwaris And Luxury

5 mins

Wedded Bliss

THE UNION OF TWO YOUNG HEARTS IS NO doubt one of life’s happiest occasions and so was it for Athang Jain and Ambika Bohra, who pledged eternal togetherness as they embarked upon their journey as a couple this February.

Wedded Bliss

1 min

The Right Cut

Meet Surbhi Pansari, the talented fashion designer, who has redefined menswear by bridging the existing gap between innovative designs and perfect tailoring, acquainting fashionable men with the real meaning of sartorial flair in the process.

The Right Cut

4 mins

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MARWAR India Magazine Description:

PublisherSpenta Multimedia Pvt Ltd

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Marwar is a community-based magazine with an emphasis on profiling the best and the brightest in the Marwari community. The magazine reaches the elite in India and abroad who want to read and discover the wonders of all things connected with the community. Thus, the subjects featured have to have the flavour of Marwar and Rajasthan—its culture, lifestyle and traditions. We highlight arts, crafts, music, dance and theatre as well as fashion and food that are connected to the region apart from immensely successful businessmen and businesswomen. In the past, luminaries like Laxmi Mittal, Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Indu Jain, Sanjiv Goenka and Rajashree Birla, to name a few, have graced our cover.

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