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Ranjit Pratap unveils memoir at Rayala Groups Diamond Jubilee

Ranjit Pratap unveils memoir at Rayala Groups Diamond Jubilee

Ranjit Pratap, Managing Director of Rayala Corporation, has released a captivating book titled "As the Wheel Turns" to celebrate his 50 years in business. The book shares Pratap's personal experiences, hardships, and triumphs, highlighting the cyclical nature of life and business. The book was released in the presence of Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu, former Vice President of India, and a galaxy of prominent industrialists, officials, and friends from Rayala Corporation, including retired company personnel.

The book's title is a metaphor for the cyclical nature of life and business, highlighting the importance of adaptability and resilience in the face of change. Pratap's story is a testament to the power of perseverance and the determined pursuit of success. Through "As the Wheel Turns," Pratap aspires to inspire readers to pursue their entrepreneurial aspirations and learn from failure.

Ranjit Pratap's commitment to his life motto, "To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield," has been the driving force behind his achievements. With focused determination, he faced and conquered numerous challenges, building a successful mid sized institution that upholds the legacy set by his grandfather and father. Since its establishment in 1921, Rayala Group has steadily grown into a formidable conglomerate with significant investments in manufacturing, real estate, and scientific farming.

Ranjit Pratap's leadership extends beyond Rayala Corporation, serving as the Chairman of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce (Southern Region) and the German Business Group in Chennai. His commitment to fostering strong business connections between India and Germany is at the heart of the group's success. "As the Wheel Turns" is a must-read for business enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, and anyone interested in understanding the dynamics of successful conglomerate growth.