It is said that if there is a passion to do something, even the toughest tasks in this world would easily succeed. One just needs to be determined and pursue his goal. The protagonists of our today’s story are living examples of this fact.
Are the heroes of our story today King hero. 56-year-old Raja is known as a successful entrepreneur who has established a successful business starting from scratch on his own. The turnover of his biggest business is around 60 crores. Apart from this, Raja Nayak is currently serving as the President of the Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Karnataka. You will be surprised to know that Raja had to cope badly with miserable economic conditions at one time, but not giving up, he wrote a unique story of success with the pen of poverty and struggle.
Raja was born and raised in a poor Dalit family. He was forced to leave school because of severe tightness. Due to lack of money, it was very difficult for his parents to send Raja and his four siblings to school. Finally, at the age of seventeen, Raja escaped from his house to get away from this life like punishment. Moved to Mumbai in search of a job with the aim of helping his family. But in a city like Mumbai where he had no one, living was not an easy task and he had to return.
After staying at home for a few days, the king felt that it was necessary to start some work soon for living. He started buying and selling export-surplus shirts from Tiruppur. With this he earned a profit of Rs 5000. After a lot of ups and downs, he started a small logistics business in 1998. Today, his MCS logistics company is dealing in international shipping.
He also has some other businesses; Like water beverages which packaging drinking water. She has launched a beauty salon chain and spa with the brand name Purple Hays. Today the annual turnover of his business is 60 crores.
Apart from all this, Raja has also started an NGO named “Kalaniketan Educational Society” under which many schools and colleges are run for Dalit and poor children. He has been made the chairman of the Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Karnataka under the corporate social responsibility he has undertaken. Through this, those who are good Dalit children are given two years of free residential education.
There was a time when Dalits were worried about being backwards in spite of reservation, but people like Raja have inspired a new generation of Dalit class and helped to uplift them.
His story is truly full of inspiration, which is not limited to just one class or community. You can give your feedback on the story in the comment box below and if you like the post, do share it.