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A Desktop Statue of a Hindu Deity Gives This Founder Daily Inspiration

The gift from his mother helps beverage entrepreneur Anshuman Vohra fight for success.
This figurine, a gift from Vohra's mom, reminds him to keep pushing forward. Source: Courtesy of Anshuman Vohra
This figurine, a gift from Vohra's mom, reminds him to keep pushing forward. Courtesy of Anshuman Vohra

Many encourage their children to become entrepreneurs. Mine did the opposite. But in an unlikely way, we took this journey together -- and the person who once seemed most apprehensive about my choice would come

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