Jewels of Gujarat, Volume II: Leading Global Gujarati Personalities

Maneesh Media
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Jewels of Gujarat – Leading Global Gujarati Personalities: Vol II is an anthology of biographies of the 100 most influential Gujaratis around the world. Among these personalities are the celebrated entrepreneurs like Mukesh Ambani, doctors like Kiran C Patel, astronauts like Sunita Williams, philanthropists like Manu Shah, social activists like Ela Gandhi and many more from 30 countries from 35–40 fields. The book takes its readers on a rollercoaster voyage of happiness and sadness, victory and defeat, with these world-renowned figures from different walks of life to see what made them stand in a different race of success.
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Maneesh Media
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Published on
Mar 31, 2019
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Pages
472
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ISBN
9788193397664
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Language
English
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Genres
Biography & Autobiography / Business
Biography & Autobiography / Cultural, Ethnic & Regional / General
Biography & Autobiography / Rich & Famous
Biography & Autobiography / Social Activists
Biography & Autobiography / Women
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