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Vadilal Gandhi: From Selling Fountain Soda to a Rs 650 Crore Ice Cream Empire
Dipak Sanghavi, managing director and CEO at Nilon's.
Nilon’s: How Two Brothers Launched India’s Favourite Pickles From Their Dining Table
Iconic Today, How Borosil Went From 12 Years of Losses to a Rs 500 Crore Brand
Sanjeev Pendharkar, director of VICCO Laboratories.
VICCO: A Mumbai Kitchen Gave Birth to Rs 700 Cr ‘Sampoorna Swadeshi’ Brand
Furtados: Mumbai’s Tailors Helped Build India’s Largest Retailer of Musical Instruments
Gaurav Rathod, third generation entrepreneur of Cello Group
How Cello Created a Rs 1,500 Cr Empire By Introducing Casseroles to Indian Kitchens
Blessed by Gandhi, Named by Tagore: The Story of Swadeshi Ink from Kolkata
Created To Defy The Brits, 109-YO Desi Brand Today Sells 200,000 Tons of Tea/Year!
777: The 88-YO Desi Brand Making Rs 60 Crore/Year via Pickles, Podis
How One Student’s Search For Affordable Pens Gave India Its Cheapest Gel Pen At Rs 5
Did you know Pune’s Iconic Chitale Bandhu Exists due to a Pandemic?
Gujarat Teacher Beats The Odds, Creates World’s Largest Manufacturer of Wall Clocks
Meet The Makers of 3.75 Lakh Syringes Per Hour Helping India Vaccinate a Billion
Why Lakmé’s Success Story Is The Perfect Inspiration For ‘Make In India’
The Forgotten Maharashtra Village That Gave Birth to India’s Favourite Candies
When the British Banned Imports, India’s Largest Paint Company was Born
Indian Firm Made the World’s First Cruelty-Free Soap, Got Tagore to Model For It
Proudly Swadesi, This Neem Soap Was a Pioneer of Indian Manufacturing in 1920
Tongawala to Masala King: How a School Dropout Became the Crorepati MDH Dadaji
Rs 80 Loan to Rs 1,600 Crore Icon: The 7 Women Behind India’s Favourite Lijjat Papad
Icmic, Santosh & Rukmani: The Forgotten Story of India’s Original Cookers
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How The Swadeshi Duckback Made Waterproofs Accessible for Generations of Indians
Rooh Afza: How Hamdard’s Ruby-Hued Refresher Became an Indian Summer Staple
How a Bengali Merchant Defied The British Through This Swadeshi Antiseptic Cream!
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