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The Self Made Indian Dream The Entrepreneurial Awakening

Author Name: Vinodh Subramanian | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

Have you heard about The American Dream that states “Life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each, according to their ability and achievement, regardless of their social class or circumstances of birth?”

244 years after independence, The American Dream still continues to inspire the nation, holds its people together, gets everyone pushing in the same direction and makes the country what it is today.

Besides America, our neighbour, China has a “Chinese Dream,” which promotes prosperity, collective effort and national glory.

Even smaller countries like Qatar and New Zealand have also stated their national dreams.

But what about India? 

Do we have a dream that can push us in the same direction and that can inspire you, me and a billion others?

Yes, India had a dream in the past – a dream of an independent country, but that dream ended after we achieved it. 

What about now? Do we still have an Indian dream that can inspire us into action? 

Yes, there is a new kind of dream that has started emerging from every nook and corner across the nation.

Inside The Self Made Indian Dream, you will discover what this new Indian dream is all about and how this new Indian dream is driving the new Indian middle class to achieve their own version of success in a society where upward mobility is increasingly possible for anyone regardless of their age, gender, caste, education or background.

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Vinodh Subramanian

Vinodh Subramanian is one among the millions of middle-class Indians who are working their way up in society. He is working towards making upward mobility possible for millions of lower and middle-class individuals like him via his projects. Some of his works have been extensively covered by various media houses such as India Today, Business Today, The Hindu, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, Your Story, The New Indian Express, and regional media such as Dinamalar, Daily Thanthi, Aval Vikatan, Captain TV, Puthiyathalaimurai TV and so on.