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From Rs 20 to Rs 50 million, Sahara's Subrata Roy's journey as he turns 65

Bhaskar News | Last Modified - Jun 11, 2013, 10:35 AM IST

On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
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    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.
  • +10 See more slides
    Delhi: Often been described in media reports as a billionaire, the owner of India's Sahara conglomerate has turned 65 today.
    Subrata Roy Sahara founded Sahara India Pariwar in 1978. In 2004, the group was termed by the Time magazine as ‘the second largest employer in India' after the Indian Railways. Roy’s various businesses together are worth over 50 million rupees, according to the reports.
    On this occasion, we will take you through his journey of success about how he started his career from a mere 20 rupee note and owns a whopping multi-million dollar business today.

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