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New book showcases thought-provoking story of entrepreneur Manu Patolia’s success

Published by Bloomsbury India, 'From the Village to the World: A Long Journey to Success' by Manu Patolia will be released on 24 March on ThePrint’s Softcover.

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New Delhi: The latest book by reputed entrepreneur Manu Haribhai Patolia is a deep dive into the making of his successful multi-million dollar empire. The autobiography promises important lessons on how to achieve success on one’s own terms and is intended to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs.

Published by Bloomsbury India, ‘From the Village to the World’ traverses from Patolia’s humble beginnings to creating a business empire in excess of $250 million in the United States. It traces five decades of Patolia’s life, from when he first landed in San Francisco in 1969 with only 75 cents in his pocket to establishing himself as a well-known businessman and head of InvaPharm.

The book showcases that despite setbacks, Patolia achieved his dream of graduating as a civil engineer, earning BS, MS, and PE degrees from prestigious American universities. It also delves into the way in which he built an empire worth $250 million while supporting his entire family and contributed to the setting up of the Swaminarayan Sampradaya in the US.

“My formula for success has always been a burning desire, persistence, hard work, honesty, and faith in God. I hope my journey will inspire others too to follow their dreams,” he said.

Penned with Kailash Mota, Patolia’s ‘From the Village to the World’ is an attempt to inspire the youth of today who believe in their dreams and have the fire within to achieve them.

Manu Patolia currently serves as the CEO and President of InvaPharm in California, a leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals and nutritional supplements.

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