T Jaishankar, Dharavi, Mumbai
Dharavi is the biggest ghetto in Asia. Keeping in mind that you consider it only a sprawling ghetto of neediness, it likewise is home to the absolute most enterprising individuals in the city. The turnover every year from the scores of private company units that dab this far reaching ghetto is said to be Rs 3,000 crores (Rs 30 billion).
Its business people make cowhide items, bangles and potato wafers consistently. The prosperous occupants of Dharavi have not turned out to be moguls by showing up on test appears or by winning lotteries. What they have accomplished is through blood, tears, sweat and untiring drudge.