How to Walk the Path to Prosperity

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India has all the necessary ingredients for being a prosperous nation. Why, then, does prosperity continue to elude India, and what can we do about it?

Please join us in a discussion of this fascinating question. One of the key ideas explored will be about a new movement called “Dhan Vapasi” which seeks to bring the benefits of India’s public wealth to every citizen of India. Dhan Vapasi is only one of many ideas that are needed for India’s path to prosperity that we will explore. To know more about Dhan Vapasi, please visit

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Hosted by: Atanu Dey and Rajesh Jain

Date: 20th October, 2018

Time: 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM PST or 8:30 PM - 11:00 PM IST


To know more about Atanu and Rajesh, please refer to the details below.

Dhan Vapasi is a movement initiated by Rajesh Jain

Rajesh​ is a technology entrepreneur and was a pioneer in Asia’s dotcom revolution. In the late 1990s, he created India’s first Internet portals. Later he built India’s largest digital marketing company. He continues to be an entrepreneur but in a different domain – nation building. Rajesh attended

IIT Bombay (B. Tech EE 1988) and Columbia University (M.S. 1989.) [Read more about Rajesh​.]

Atanu Dey

Atanu studied engineering and computer science (IIT Kanpur, Rutgers Univ.), and worked for several years at Hewlett-Packard in the Silicon Valley. To understand how India could become prosperous, he returned to school to study economics (Ph.D., Univ of California at Berkeley). For the past 15 years Atanu has worked with Rajesh on how to transform India. He is the author of the book Transforming India: Big Ideas for a Developed Nation. He lives in the US and shuttles between the two coasts. He writes a blog on India's Development.

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