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Company with great Ambition. – Anil Agarwal

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I bought my first company with great ambition, but the next 10 years were the toughest years of my life.
In 1976, I acquired Shamsher Sterling Cable Company but I had no money to pay the salary of my employees or buy the raw materials needed.

I spent my days visiting banks to clear my payments, and my nights reviving the closed cable plant. To make ends meet, I started 9 businesses in various fields: magnetic wires, different cables, aluminum rods, multiplexes with Warner Brothers –

but all of them failed, one after the other. Still, I never gave up. As much as I did not want to admit it, the stress of the financial crisis pulled me to my lowest. For three years,
slipped into depression and no one knew about it.

 

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I was determined to get my life back on track so I exercised and meditated as much as I could. When all hope was lost, I did what every individual does in testing times – I prayed.

From Mumbadevi to Siddhivinayak to Haji Ali to Mahim Church. To balance out the stress, I would go watch cinema – my biggest passion – which gave me an escape from reality.

I went to the premiere of Sholay at Minerva Talkies and watched my favourite stars walk the red carpet – Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bhaduri, Dharmendra and more.

I could not get in the hall but it was enough for me to stand outside.

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Today, when I look back, I realise that I was put through those testing times by the cosmos so I could be better prepared to handle the biggest achievement of my life – Vedanta. In order to succeed, you must first learn to fail.

Today, when I look back, I realize that I was put through those testing times by the cosmos so I could be better prepared to handle the biggest achievement of my life – Vedanta.

In order to succeed, you must first learn to fail.. Those ten years passed by and little did I know that my fate was about to change forever. In 1986, telephone cables were allowed, for the first time, to be manufactured by the private sector.

That changed everything…

Anil Agarwal

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