THE MAN WHO WOULD BE PRINCE: 'Dhirubhai will go one day.But Reliance's employees and shareholders will keep it afloat.Reliance is now a concept in which the Ambanis have becomeirrelevant,' said Dhirajlal Hirachand Ambani, arguably India'sgreatest entrepreneur ever, years before his death on July 6, 2002.His words have proved prophetic, as the Reliance juggernautkeeps rolling on towards excellence.Dhirubhai rose from humble beginnings to found India's largestindustrial empire and, in the process, became one of the world'srichest men. He transformed the way big business operates andthinks in India.His death marked the end of a golden era in Indianentrepreneurship, but his values continue to guide the Reliancegroup, now run by his two sons, Mukesh and Anil.HE CHANGED THE INDIAN STOCK MARKETS: Dhirubhaiwas praised for his key role in shaping India's stockmarket culture by attracting hordes of retail investors to amarket dominated by state-run financial institutions.The history of the Indian market, there are two distincteras -- 'Before Dhirubhai' and 'After Dhirubhai'. In the first,people invested in gold or land; the stock exchange wasan arena reserved for the rich.But that changed forever when Reliance went public in1977. Dhirubhai created a new class of Indians -- middle-class investors. Buying into the Ambani legend was one of the wisest decisions they ever made.