‘Dream Big, Achieve Bigger’ is a popular quote that motivates many. From Abdul Kalam to Michelle Obama today, the stories of several great personalities manifest the importance of dreaming big. While most of us tend to take inspiration from stories of such personalities, here is a man, a common man like you and me who has made certain to turn his life into an eventful one. His story is not only inspiring but also flabbergasting. Notion Press, India’s leading self-publishing platform presents: One Dream Is Not Enough by Badri Baldawa, a memoir of grand ambitions, dreams, and challenges.
On an epic road trip from Mumbai to London, Badri was posed several questions about his life from his curious little granddaughter, and there began the narration of the life of Badri Baldawa. From adrenaline-rushing travel escapades to momentous business
achievements, Badri has several spell-binding stories to tell that are sure to motivate you, entertain you, and keep you engrossed.
Badrinarayan Prithviraj Baldawa was born in 1945 in Bellary, Karnataka, and has been residing in Mumbai for several decades. He completed his studies with top-level grades in B.com, CA, CMA, and CS. Post CA qualification in 1968 and he offered his services with private corporate sectors in India and overseas for 18 years in finance and management. Further to this, he started his own export business in 1986 under the brand name ‘Seeba’. Badri was also the President of the All India Stainless Steel Industries Association from 2006 to 2009. They recognized his services to the industry by bestowing on him their highest honor ‘Udyog Ratna’ in 2017.
Badri has been an adventure-thrill seeker throughout his life, especially after the age of 60. Over the years he has traveled to 65+ countries whilst his wife has visited 53. He is associated with many religious, educational, and humanitarian activities including as a trustee of the Trust formed by Jagadguru Sri Sridharacharyaji of Asharfi Bhawan of Ayodhya.
He carries the support of his siblings and is blessed with his wife Pushpa, two daughters Meeta and Seema, and a son Anand. He also has four grandchildren Arsh, Ruhi, Nishi, and Aarya. Recollecting the best of times spent with family, his grand adventures, and the greatest of his accomplishments, Badri weaves this masterpiece.