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Dhruv Avdhesh
Brain of a Techie, yet heart of an Artist! Dreamer. Believer. Innovator.
Brain of a Techie, yet heart of an Artist! Dreamer. Believer. Innovator.
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Diversity in traditions, determined respect for cultures, and intellectually charged individuals who are known for their values is what defines us as Indians. 70 years ago, on 15th August 1947, the then Prime Minister of India declared from ramparts of Red Fort, "At the stroke of today's midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom."

Today, to honour these 70 years of unity in diversity and to give a platform to a group of thoughtful Indians, to voice their opinions of this vibrant landmass, we bring to you an opportunity to be a part of our expedition to break a world record.

All we want to know is your opinion on modern India. Can you be creative enough to say the maximum in just 140 characters? And officially be a part of a Guinness World Records and get a chance to present the book to the Honourable President and the Prime Minister of India??

We are waiting to see what you think. Enroll now at bit.ly/india70

Disclaimer: We truly have only limited spots.

#India70 #IndiaForWorldRecord #DoWhatYouLove #CelebrateFailure #TogetherWeCanο»Ώ
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Hohoho! Merry Christmas, fellas!! πŸŽ„

This Christmas, I am looking for my Santa...

You can shower me with some love at bit.ly/celebratingfailure

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#BeMySanta #CelebratingFailure #DoWhatYouLoveο»Ώ
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"Earning from failure is not a new philosophy. It's as old as they come. Dhruv Avdhesh, from Delhi, however, has taken the idea a step further and wants people to celebrate failure, which is something he thinks he did too. Sounds like a philosopher? Or another inspirational speaker? Dhruv, at the ripe age of 20, is but a college student whose voice, by the sound of it, hasn't even cracked yet."
~ The (New) Indian Express

#CelebratingFailure #DoWhatYouLove #TheNewIndianExpress #edex #EducationExpress #LoveYouZindagi

Copyright: The New Indian Express
Picture Credits: The New Indian Express, Inni Singh, Garvit Madaanο»Ώ
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"It's fine to celebrate success but it's more important to heed the lessons or failure."
~ Bill Gates

More information here: https://milaap.org/campaigns/celebrating-failure

We all have read or heard enough about books and stories of people celebrating success. Haven't we?

But in the legendary Bill Gates' words, "It's fine to celebrate success but it's more important to heed the lessons of failure." Success is something passive where as Failure is something that invokes an action.

India's first book that brings into limelight the story of 15 sung and unsung heroes who celebrated failure by doing what they love.

The world is slowly arriving at a point where people are not happy with their lives. The stress levels are at an all time high which also gives rise to heinous crimes. The nine to five jobs are no longer an option. According to the National Employability Report, 80% of engineers in India aren't employable in any sector of knowledge economy.

What's the solution? #DoWhatYouLove!

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