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India's most successful person...?
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            Please tell me, Who is India's most successful person...?
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One person that I know is Rajinikanth because he became successful besides all the difficulties and he never gave up. He is an actor, politician but also became a bus conductor.
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IMHO the most successful person is highly subjective, since success itself is a deep logical question. What is success? Is it your wealth? Is it your social status?

I think the most successful Indian is Dr. BR Ambedkar. He is, in the truest sense, an unsung hero of India.He was a campion of not only the "oppressed" but also the Indian demography in general. He fought one of the greatest social evils, the caste system, and rose against it.

Some of his achievements are:

Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the constitution. He is said to be the architect of our constitution, which is the worlds most comprehensive constitution.
Fought for representation of the oppressed classes, which later led to reserved constituencies, where only a member of certain class could fight the election.
Dr. Ambedkar is 1st PhD. in Economics and 1st Double Doctorate in Economics in South Asia, and the first Indian to get a PhD overseas.
RBI was conceptualized by the guidelines from his book "Problem of Rupee; its origin and its solutions''.
Established finance commission of india.
As Labour Minister in the Viceroy’s Council, he successfully led the struggle for reduction of work from 12 hours a day to 8 hours in 1942. He contributed the idea of setting up of Employment Exchanges in India
He was almost single handedly responsible for establishing the Central Technical Power Board, the National Power Grid System and the Central Water Irrigation and Navigation Commission.
He played an important role in the establishment of the Damodar Valley project, Hirakud project and Sone river project.
Rejected to draft article 370.
One of the most interesting proposals by him in the 1955 book "Thoughts on linguistic states'' was to split Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. He wanted Madhya Pradesh divided into northern and southern states.
Bihar also was to be split into two, with Patna and Ranchi as the capitals. After a good 45 years, the split came with the formation of Chhattisgarh out of Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand out of Bihar in the year 2000.
He wanted to sponsor Sanskrit as the official language of the Indian union, note in 1960s, there were linguistic riots in South India, and East Punjab areas.
His autobiography ‘Waiting for a Visa’ is used as a text book in the Columbia University.
Dr. Ambedkar was the creator of Damodar valley project, Hirakud project, The son river valley project. Unfortunately, they have been wrongly viewed as Nehru's vision. (btw Kudos to Nehru to start IITs)
Dr. Ambedkar emphasised on the significance and need for the "Grid System" which is still working successfully even today. Dr. Ambedkar established "Central Technical Power Board " (CTPB)
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10 Indians who succeeded against all odds
  • Rajinikanth.
  • Dhirubhai Ambani.
  • Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
  • Dr. Abdul Kalam.
  • Amitabh Bachchan.
  • Narayana Murthy.
  • Gautam Adani.
  • Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw.
Amitabh Bachchan said:
“In the year 2000, when the entire world was celebrating the new century, I was celebrating my disastrous fortune. There were no films, no money, no company, a million legal cases against and the tax authorities had put notice of recovery on my home,” – This quote by Amitabh Bachchan at the turn of the century gives an insight into the adversities faced by Amitabh Bachchan while he was in his late fifties. In 1999 Amitabh Bachchan was facing an unprecedented liquidity crunch as substantial funds were blocked in the production and distribution of his films. He was pressurized by the creditors and Amitabh Bachchan’s Company “Amitabh Bachchan Corporation Limited” was declared as a ‘sick’ company. Amitabh’s friends and financial advisors advised him to close the sick company and move on; but, Amitabh didn’t quit and kept going.

He now recalls how he felt like there was a sword hanging on top of his head at all the time and the number of nights spent sleepless. It was at this time that Amitabh one morning got up early and went to Yash Chopra. He told him that he was bankrupt,  had no films and that his house was attached by creditors. Yash Chopra then offered him a role in his film Mohabattein. Amitabh also started doing commercials and television programs. It was at this time that he got a huge breakthrough Kaun Banega Crorepati; it propelled him into national stardom and helped in the reversal of his fortunes.
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thanks for advise...
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