24-year-old youth from North East becomes youngest author in India: National Book of Records

They say struggle makes one stronger.  If you achieve something after clearing hurdles and obstacles lying in the way, you are truly an achiever. You understand the efforts required to get through the journey. You value what you have got.

I have written several ‘Zero to Hero’ stories, explaining how they struggled in their early lives and made their dreams come true later. Some struggled for light during nights so that they could study for longer hours, while others barely managed to get meals twice a day. Nevertheless, their confidence was up high, which led them to their ultimate goals.

In this article, we are covering the story of a 24-year-old youth, Hironmoy Gogoi, from Sivasagar district of Assam. Hironmoy has successfully developed a food business in his district which is gaining popularity by the day. He’s been successful to attract customers to his Thali. As a result, annual revenue is rapidly growing. But the journey of this young boy was not easy. He faced challenges, hurdles and problems in his childhood.

Before he could turn 15, Hironmoy lost his elder brother. Soon after his mother passed away, which led him to depression. He could not focus on study any longer, as a result, he had to leave school in class 11th. The school dropout boy was ridiculed by friends for many reasons.

One was his poor English. Friends often made fun of him for not being able to speak English. Hironmoy started Learning English on Google and perfected himself. As he had started his business alongside, he managed to write a book on entrepreneurship. He wrote the whole book in English and became India’s youngest author to write a book on entrepreneurship according to India Book of Records.

Mrityunjay Chaubey
Mrityunjay Chaubey is a co-founder of TheYouth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He has worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist.