It’s often hard for sons and fathers to have direct or emotional conversations, but rest assured your dad has plenty to say about what makes him so proud of you. There comes an age where you really should know what your dad likes to eat and what he doesn’t.
Whether you got to know your grandfather or not, it’s always enlightening to hear what your father has to say about him.
Nothing bonds to men together more than sports, and your dad likely has some fond memories of playing them as a kid.
Hopefully this story takes a little less time then nine years and we hope there’s a better (and more satisfying) ending. Fathers are typically the most influential men in our lives, and we always look to them for answers to life’s toughest questions.
If you’re anything like a lot of men we know, then your father heavily influenced your own food preferences. Whether your father has fulfilled certain professional goals, or produced something creative (like a book or play), or even maintained a volunteer commitment, there is something that he has done that makes him feel accomplished. You may not know much about Dilip Shanghvi or his business, but being the richest man in the country takes some doing. Dilip Shanghvi is currently India's richest man with an estimated wealth of $21.6 billion according to Bloomberg, a lead of $100 million over Mukesh Ambani.

Shanghvi is a first-generation entrepreneur and promoter of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries that he began with an investment of Rs 10,000. Shanghvi is a commerce graduate from Calcutta University and worked as a drug distributor before deciding to make and sell his own drugs.
Shanghvi created Sun Pharma in 1982 and opened India's first pharma research and development centre in 1993. After India opened her economy, Shanghvi took the IPO route and took the company public even as the shares were oversubscribed 55 times over. Over the past year itself, Sun Pharma has gained 46 per cent at the stock exchange while last week it went from Rs 883 per share to Rs 1037. Shanghvi has acquired over 16 companies including Ranbaxy, US-based Caraco Pharma and Israeli company Taro Pharma among other. In 2012, he gave up his position as chairman of the company and put Israel Makov, former president and CEO of Teva Pharma, to spearhead the company's global ambitions. Apart from pharma, Shanghvi has also invested in energy and acquired a 23 per cent stake in Tulsi Tanti's Suzlon Energy for almost $300 million. Stay in the know about the best in men's health, relationships, fashion, power, money and more with India's largest men's lifestyle platform.
Perhaps it was an eventful road trip he took when he was younger, the place he studied abroad during college, or maybe a honeymoon spot with your mother.

Whether your father was working as a lifeguard during a summer or starting an internship at a big office, he likely has plenty of stories from that first work experience. Here's a basic list of things you must know about the man who beat Mukesh Ambani to become India's richest man. With that in mind, here are the ten definitive things that every man must know about their fathers. Most of us have imagined hitting a grand slam in a World Series, capturing a Wimbledon title or running in for a touchdown in the Super Bowl. He also probably gained a ton of insight into what career he wanted and any mistakes that he made -- and learned from -- along the way. In many ways your father’s relationship with his own dad guided how he bonded with you.
Hearing about who your father looks to for motivation or encouragement might even change your perspective on life.
And for a son, that can provide insight into what made your parents’ relationship so special.

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