A Sneak Peek into the life of his chil­dren

Woman's Era - - Short Story -

Rahul Sawh­ney (El­dest Son)

See­ing his grand­par­ents and par­ents grow on the pro­fes­sional front, made Rahul evolve as a per­son. He pur­sued elec­tronic en­gi­neer­ing from JSS Noida. His man­age­rial ca­pac­i­ties and his fore­sight made him win the ti­tle of “Best En­trepreneurs of In­dia’ from Maruti Suzuki. Watch­ing him work, wit­ness­ing his easy in­ter­ac­tions with all sorts of cus­tomers, makes you re­alise that he is not just a good busi­ness man, but a benev­o­lent hu­man be­ing too. Rahul is a strong be­liever of team work. No in­di­vid­ual can be good at every­thing and ev­ery­one needs peo­ple around them who have com­ple­men­tary skill sets for a suc­cess­ful busi­ness, be­lieves Rahul. But more than every­thing, Rahul knows his cus­tomer’s tastes. When cus­tomers ask about the var­i­ous cars at the show­room, Rahul doesn’t hes­i­tate to make a rec­om­men­da­tion. He be­lieves in him­self and is con­fi­dent and ded­i­cated to every­thing he does. In 5 years, Rahul sees the com­pany as one of the best deal­er­ship in In­dia. Rahul feels that they can achieve it and that it’s im­por­tant to aim high, no mat­ter what. His in­tense fo­cus and faith on his idea is of­ten mis­con­strued as stub­born­ness, but it is this will­ing­ness of him to work hard and defy all the odds that makes him the per­son he is now.

Vishal Sawh­ney (Younger Son)

Vishal Sawh­ney has al­ways been in­spired by his par­ents. From just a small shop in Laxmi Na­gar, they made an em­pire of TR Sawh­ney Mo­tors. Vishal was just 13 when he re­alised what he wants do in life. A elec­tron­ics en­gi­neer by pro­fes­sion, Vishal started run­ning an en­tire show­room by him­self at the age of 21. He has also won the award for the ‘ Best En­tre­pre­neur in In­dia’ from Maruti Suzuki. The jour­ney wasn’t a cake walk for Vishal. He made a lot of wrong de­ci­sions but his dad, San­jiv Sawh­ney, never snubbed him. He guided him all along the way. When Vishal asked his dad how we would man­age an en­tire show­room on his own, his dad asked him to learn from his em­ploy­ees. “My dad be­calmed me and asked me to learn from my em­ploy­ees as they would make me learn from their ex­pe­ri­ence. Af­ter that, I could make amend­ments with my ed­u­ca­tion.”, said Vishal. With each pass­ing day, he learnt more and more. From only han­dling day to day oper­a­tions of the busi­ness, Vishal started manag­ing the funds, the taxes, the bank lim­its and even­tu­ally, he started han­dling the oper­a­tions of the work­shops.

Now, when a hur­dle comes his way, he faces it , embraces it and cel­e­brates it. In 5 years, he sees his com­pany as a one stop des­ti­na­tion for buy­ing Maruti Suzuki cars.

“Just like google is the first place peo­ple go to to look some­thing up, T.R Sawh­ney Mo­tors will be the first place peo­ple will come to to buy a Maruti Suzuki car.”, says Vishal.

Sim­ran Sawh­ney (Daugh­ter)

Sim­ran feels that pho­tog­ra­phy is the right medium to com­mu­ni­cate the im­por­tant, yet un­cov­ered and un­seen sto­ries that can shape our fu­ture on the planet. At the mere age of 18, two of Sim­ran’s books have been pub­lished. One of Sim­ran’s books is ti­tled ‘Tasveerein’. As the name sug­gests, the book dwells into the lives of chil­dren in the slum, and their squalid liv­ing con­di­tions. Sim­ran is ded­i­cated to ex­pos­ing pe­cu­liar is­sues of hu­man­made in­jus­tice, fo­cus­ing mainly on chil­dren.“I al­ways want to pro­duce im­ages that can sen­si­tive the view­ers in pos­i­tive, en­gag­ing and proac­tive ways. I hope to con­trib­ute to­wards a slow change in peo­ple’s be­hav­iour and pol­icy mak­ing. I want to make a change.”, says Sim­ran. Sim­ran’s pas­sion shines through her work. Sim­ran has a cre­ative mind, plenty of imag­i­na­tion and a keen eye for de­tails - all of this is what makes her an ex­cel­lent pho­tog­ra­pher.

Sim­ran Sawh­ney, a stu­dent of JMC, Delhi Univer­sity, is a self-taught pho­toartist. She dis­cov­ered her love for pho­tog­ra­phy at the age of 11. Her pas­sion about the world and the hu­man in­ter­ac­tion with it and in it, is the rea­son she has won so many awards. One of the many awards Sim­ran has re­ceived is ‘ The 2018 Pramer­ica Spirit Of Com­mu­nity Award’, which is the largest youth recog­ni­tion pro­gramme in the United States.

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