#RepublicDay: Cracking the Code Behind India's Entrepreneurial Evolution

The freedom to experiment, innovate and create provided by Indian constitution has promoted the spurring of entrepreneurship in the country

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By Aastha Singal • Jan 1, 2019 Originally published Jan 1, 2019

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As the nation celebrates 70 years of Indian constitution coming into force, Entrepreneur India decodes the relevance of democracy in the spurring of entrepreneurship in the country. The freedom associated with a republic nation empowers the youth to experiment, innovate and create a niche for themselves in the market, highlights the founder of Gems Selections.

The launch of "Startup India Initiative' has further given wings to budding business leaders and helped the nation look beyond the stigma associated with fear. Entrepreneurship is not anymore a feat for only certain strata, now anyone and everything can achieve the dream of being decision makers and job creators. Here's what the true visionaries of India think about the notion.

Aastha Singal

Entrepreneur Staff

Former Features Writer

A business journalist looking to find happiness in the world of startups, investments, MSMEs and more. Officially started her career as a news reporter for News World India, Aastha had short stints with NDTV and NewsX. A true optimist seeking to make a difference, she is a comic junkie who'd rather watch a typical Bollywood masala than a Hollywood blockbuster. 

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