We often tend to get depressed when we fail in something. But should we get depressed? No. We should always keep trying. However, that does not mean that we have to be very rigid. We have to adapt to the changes too. Then we can remain satisfied. That keeps us going. But if we remain rigid then we might face a problem.
Today we are going to discuss a person who has achieved a lot because he has learnt to adapt to the changes as his days went by. Guess who is he! He is none other than Niranjan Hiranandani.
Niranjan Hiranandani is the co-founder and the managing director of the Hiranandani Group is engaged in the real estate business. According to the Grohe Hurun report of 2020, he was listed among the top ten businessmen in India.
About his background, Niranjan Hiranandani is born in Mumbai. His father, Lakhumal Hiranand Hiranandani, was an ENT surgeon. Niranjan attended the Campion School in Mumbai. Further, he went to Sydenham College, Mumbai during his graduation days.
Niranjan started his career as a teacher of accountancy. Next, he started a textile weaving unit in Kandivali in the year 1981. He bought 250 acres of land with his brother Surendra in 1985. There he established a real estate business and named it Hiranandani Gardens. That was one of the first instances when people got the taste of luxury apartments.
Hiranandani says, “That’s the beauty of townships. It offers people alternatives from the routine lifestyle they had been used to. It helps them grow and learn as an individual and as a family. As a Group, we will continue to focus on development of townships, while building on iconic structures that we are known for.”
Now the business has expanded to even education, healthcare, entertainment, etc. Niranjan says that his company believes in doing the right job not only at the right time but also in the right manner.
What made Niranjan Hiranandani successful is the fact that he is very direct and outspoken. He has a conscience to which he listens. Further, he believes that one needs to be very flexible and adaptable to the changes that come in the way.
The same thing happened in 1991. The cars that worked in Mumbai then were Ambassadors and Fiats. But the companies refused to change the kind of models that were needed over the years, and soon enough both were eliminated, simply because they were not willing to look at the change that has taken place.
One single blog can never do justice to Niranjan Hiranandani. However, I have tried to uphold some basic information that you should know about the Czar of the real estate industry.