For Priya Priyadarshini, the day also marked the grand launch of coffee table book on ‘50 most influential Indian women worldwide’ featuring her as one of the most prominent personalities from India.
Besides Priya, the awardees also include Indians from various countries like Britain, India, the United States of America, Spain, and Scotland. The award assures that women of Indian origin are the leaders in their respective fields in the countries they currently live.
The awards were presented by the Barons of the UK Parliament in the glittering presence of respected Member of Parliament, their families and the elite section of London.
Priya owed the award to her late father DK Jain who was a pioneer in the field of education and business. She has inherited high values, skill, and zeal of entrepreneurship from the deeds and thoughts of her father.
Priya, who is a great admirer of Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi, firmly believes that one may be born affluent, or have an illustrious and much wealthy legacy but to get further success and reputation one has to have the vision and hard work.
“You have to set your own goal. You have to pave your path. You have to believe in yourself. Think a thousand times before you make a decision but once started never look back,” she added.
Priya’s keen interest in nation-building can be spotted in articles on Skill India and Ayushman Bharat being published in many magazines and newspapers.
The award ceremony was also concurred with the official launch of coffee table book on ’50 most influential Indian women worldwide’ which featured top Indian women like former President of India Pratibha Patil, Nita Ambani, Baroness Smith, MP Caroline, Hema Malini, Shilpa Shetty, Pinky Anand, Shivani Mehra along with Priya Priyadarshini Jain and others.
Priya till now out together several successful luxury exhibitions. She as well has many plans up her sleeve for projects both big and small in various sectors. As a curator in the lifestyle space, she promotes a style site Fashion Gypsy. On a larger scale, she is scouting for investments in various sectors from Southeast Asia for India.