Service and dedication

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This month, service and dedication, and the spirit of entrepreneurship have made it to the cover of all the editions of The Indian Sun. We feature people who have made the pursuit of excellence their mission in their field of expertise.

In Sydney we get to meet Karan Sharma, the real estate king, whose middle name is ‘proactive’. had a middle name it would probably have been “proactive”. Karan has built a network consisting of business partners and associates who are the experts in their areas of practice, and has now sets his sights on a new mountain to scale.

On the other side of the spectrum is Veena Merz, our Brisbane cover, who after 25 years as a pioneer, educationalist and advisor in areas such as information technology and education, chose to follow her true path—that of yoga. Though she built an international career working with organisations in Australia, India, North America and England, Veena gave it all up to grow in her spiritual life by teaching, learning new styles, studying, researching and contemplating on different styles and techniques of yoga.

It’s been 12 years since Mohit Arora landed in Australia, and had started up on a job as a door to door salesman selling Tru Energy Electricity plans. From there it has been a long journey to top notch salesman at Ferntree Gully Nissan. Read about his journey.

A proud moment for the Indian community as Manjit Singh receives the Australian Red Cross Blood Service Red25 Victorian Influencer Award for his efforts at organising blood donation drives. As group coordinator in the Australian branch of the Sant Nirankari Mission, Manjit has been working tirelessly in this area for more than a decade, spreading ‘the Red25 Group Donation movement’ engaging people and increasing donations with innovative strategies.

Our Hot Homes section has an interesting read on how the Australian government has committed more than $50 billion to land transport projects across the nation—the single largest infrastructure investment in its history. Part of that strategy includes envisioning a 30-minute city, which is becoming the infrastructure trend across the world. It means that regardless of where you live, you can access places you need to go daily with great ease, possibly within 30 minutes. We’re all waiting.

 

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