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Opportunity in disaster PM say but it come’s to true by Hriday Pai in Manguluru.

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While several businesses were hit due to the lockdown, new businesses were also established. The pandemic changed the life of Hriday Pai, who was all set to move to Canada and begin work there. Forced to stay back, and with his textile store closed, he decided to launch an organic outlet ‘My Brand’.
Hriday was feeling low when he realized that his Canada plan may not materialize.
His father Annu Mangalore said, “I told Hriday to work on a proposal. Along with other fruits and vegetables, we decided to brand jackfruit based on the colour—red, orange, and yellow—and to our surprise, the demand for red is high, and since the outlet’s launch on June 1, we have managed to sell about 10 tonnes of jackfruit. We also do doorstep delivery of ready-to-eat jackfruit bulbs that are hygienically packed, for which the demand is increasing.” Annu said that he plans to open 9 more stores by the end of this year. The fruit is sourced from Doddaballapur and Tumakuru.
Chandramouli Shenoy, proprietor, MVS Fruits, said, “I am a third generation fruit trader, and after an interaction with experts at ‘Halasu Mela,’ before the pandemic, I decided to introduce jackfruit at my store for the first time, two months ago. After the produce arrived, I shared it on WhatsApp, and to my surprise, I received nearly 100 calls. People wait for the stocks to arrive. People’s awareness about the fruit is also increasing,” he said. Shenoy has managed to sell 9 tonnes of jackfruit.
Mangaluru’s success in selling jackfruit during the Covid-19 crisis is a clear indication that there is a good demand for fruits, provided they are served hygienically. Probably, for the first time, doorstep delivery of jackfruit or only bulbs has been taken up, said Shree Padre, global ambassador for jackfruit in India. “The Gowd Saraswat Brahmin factor has worked for Mangaluru. The community is always on the lookout for quality fruit. There is a latent demand for jackfruit in urban areas, and unfortunately, so far, there was no effort to procure the jackfruit being sold on the footpath, and sell it from a clean and decent shop. Time has also come for an exclusive outlets that sell jackfruit in the form of the whole fruit, pre-packed, value-added products with a longer shelf life as well as a counter that will serve jackfruit preparations such as a smoothies, milkshakes, pedas, ice-creams, and other products,” he added.
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At the age of 16, this boy started the clothing business, earned 9 crore rupees in just one year

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At the age of which most boys do not even think what they want to do in their life, at that age this boy has shown the work that most people can only dream of.

The name of this boy is Dillan Bhardwaj, who became a millionaire at the age of just 16.

He became a millionaire at the age of 16. He started designing clothes from the home garage which proved to be a hit. Due to this he became the owner of the clothing chain Ratchet in the same year and he earned around 9 crores in the first year.

Her clothing line dress has been worn by stars like Rihanna and Miley Cyrus. With this success, his lifestyle also changed. Today Dhillon lives in a 42-acre bungalow. His bungalow has a lot ranging from 5 living rooms to three kitchens, a tennis court, cinema, gym and 20 bedrooms.

Not only this, they have about 20 luxury cars. This includes everything from Rolls Royce to Ferrari, Lamborghini and BMW. Today Dhillon has shops in Long Eaton, Broadmarsh Center and Sheffield.

 

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