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India's economy has been booming for the past few decades now.

By Ankit

India's economy has been booming for the past few decades now. A big credit for this can be given to the visionary entrepreneurs who transformed their vision and ideas into successful business plans. Their strong determination and hard work have not only boosted the economy, but also inspired other budding entrepreneurs to follow in their footsteps. Here is the list of 6 most successful and inspiring entrepreneurs in India:

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