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The Philanthropic Heart of The Businessman Sudhir Choudhrie

There is no other wisdom greater than kindness. Sudhir Choudhrie, despite all of his wealth, all the business, and of all the problems he had encountered including his health. He still managed to show his love and care for people who need using the success and experience he had gained. Sudhir Choudhrie, a well-known entrepreneur, who made every company that he invested in will shine and grow. The man who survived different controversies and health problems, particularly his heart condition. A man with a weak heart but a courageous one, making him the longest living patient that undergoes a heart transplant. He died in 1999 as he experienced a heart failure which forced him to undergo a heart transplant operation that took place at Columbia University Medical Centre in New York City.

With his near-death experience and the unfortunate early death of his brother in 1998 due to the same condition, inspired him to write the story entitled From my heart: A Tale of Love, Life, and Destiny. The book is all about the life experiences of Sudhir Choudhrie such as his early life, unhealthy heart, and his successful heart transplant. Not only he is brave, but our dear Sudhir Choudhrie is also kind for he managed to build a charity foundation with his family named “Choudhrie Family Foundation.”  The same year when this foundation built a recreational place in Columbia University Medical Center for the medical students at the University.

Helping medical institutions is very close to his heart because of his fortunate experience with his heart transplant. Aside from his contributions to some medical institutions, he also founded more foundations with the help of his wife. Stellar International Art Foundation is one of their established foundations that focused on helping artists in Asia to show their creativity to people in the United States and Western European Countries. They also founded Path to Success who conducted a campaign for them to gather enough funds to acquire a total of 60 wheelchairs to donate it to 60 UK NHS hospitals. Another goal of this foundation is to support athletes who have a disability.

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