Dilu Sharma, an entrepreneur from Sikkim, included among 20 women across the country for a Graphic Anthology of 20 women entrepreneurs across India, “WE MEAN BUSINESS – 20 WOMEN ENTREPENEURS, 20 STORIES”, supported by Deutsche Gessellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
Dilu Sharma, a familiar face on Sikkimese Social Media platforms was born and brought up in Gangtok, Sikkim. She completed her graduation from Government University in Sikkim and further completed her Master’s degree in Tourism in 2019. She is widely known for her public appearances as a host in different public social gatherings, mainly through her popular show “OMG Zindagi“ where she interviews a wide spectrum of personalities ranging from politics, pageantry, entertainment and occasionally social activists.
Her entrepreneur story was published today at the launch of the GIZ India’s Project Her & Now’s new graphic novel titled “WE MEAN BUSINESS – 20 WOMEN 20 STORIES” in English and the Hindi version of the same book, “Mera Business, Meri Kahaani” at Triveni Kala Sangam, New Delhi.
WE MEAN BUSINESS – 20 WOMEN 20 STORIES focuses on a discussion on changing mindsets around women entrepreneurship in India and narrates the stories of 20 women from across the country as they leave a mark on India’s entrepreneurial culture through gripping graphics. The book is authored and illustrated by celebrated graphic artist Vishwajyoti Ghosh, along with Shrutika Mathur and Nishtha Vadehra