Ordinary Indians - Extraordinary Tales
India is full of stories, and every tale invokes a sense of inspiration and pride in us. Let’s discover such impressive and phenomenal stories brought to life with candid accounts of our customers. These are real stories fuelled by passion, motivation, and emotion.
Sanjay Khanna from Rajasthan shares insights on managing a business and how the right financial partnership helped him perceive peace of mind.
He had always been inspired by his father and awestruck by the factory, the sounds, the machinery, and the engineering inspiring him to become an entrepreneur. In due course, he realized it takes more than just passion to run an enterprise, it needs timely access to finance. Mahindra Finance came forward as an understanding ally, empowering him to focus on his vision and passion and be where his heart is - shop floor of his factory.
Other Featured Customer Stories
Ambadas Manda from Telangana shares a riveting tale of how he braved the challenges during the pandemic.
Ambadas Manda from Gajwel, Telangana has played a crucial role in educating kids from underprivileged backgrounds in his chain of schools and colleges. However, he ran out of funds during the lockdown. To make matters worse, he suffered a cardiac arrest and had to be hospitalised. Ambadas sailed through it all and recovered from the crisis.Watch The Story
Shambhusharan Yadav from Vapi talks about his journey towards growth and Mahindra Finances’ significance in his life.
Originally from Bihar, Shambhusharan Yadav arrived in Gujarat along with his family in search of a job. Shambhusharan now runs his own business in Vapi. Want to know how his fate changed?Watch The Story
Datta Mali talks about his sheer commitment, which took him to the peaks of success.
Nashik’s Datta Mali looks after his many businesses and manages their daily operations. He was determined on seeing his business prosper and transform his life. Datta took efforts to grow and earned enough to pay for his daughters' education and marriage. At one point, Datta didn’t have enough money to buy milk for his own children but he owns 50 cows and delivers 300 litres of milk every day across towns.Watch The Story