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At one time he used to sell SIM cards, today he started a business and owns a company worth Tk 61,000 crore

If there is a will, there is a way. If you do any work with true devotion then no power of the world can stop you from achieving success. Ritesh Agarwal has proved this point. He started this company without any help. He left engineering at the age of 16 and started this business.

Today, with his hard work, the company’s turnover has reached more than Rs 71,000 crore. Ritesh Agarwal’s total assets amount to about 110 million or 6000 crore rupees.

Ritesh Agarwal’s company has become the third most successful internet company in India after Flipkart ($ 20 billion) and Paytm ($ 10 billion). Ritesh Agarwal loves to travel. In 2009, he visited Mussoorie and Dehradun. It occurred to Ritesh Agarwal that there were some beautiful places that very few people knew about.

Ritesh Agarwal was then inspired by these experiences. Then one day Ritesh Agarwal thought of creating an online social community. With the help of service providers and property owners on this platform, tourists will be provided affordable accommodation with bed and breakfast.

Orwell started Ritesh Agarwal in 2011. Influenced by his ideas, Manish Sinha from Gurgaon invested in Orawell and later became its co-founder. In 2012, Ritesh Agarwal’s company gained financial strength.

At the time, India’s first angel-based startup Accelerator got venture capital from Venture Nursery Angle. However, Ritesh Agarwal has faced a number of problems in getting the venture done. Ritesh Agarwal is 18 years old. Started.

It is a marketplace where you can easily find and book very comfortable and affordable rooms for yourself from the catalog of over 3500 rooms and apartments. Ritesh Agarwal’s company Oyo Ins ( Where a chain of hotels is provided at a very low cost.

Ritesh Agarwal is the only dropout led by people who have studied in IIT, HBS, IIM, Ivy League. Ritesh also said that there is a lot of laughter in the country about a dropout person. If someone drops out, it is not considered smart or intelligent at all.

Ritesh Agarwal once said in an interview that he fully hopes that in the coming years, those who will be more dropouts in India will also gain a lot of name and fame.

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