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Part 2 In this episode – Explorer Rajan Nazran plunges into the human experience of being a person of Indian origin in the UK. In this special 2-part podcast, he meets with Vijay Patel OBE, an entrepreneur and philanthropist who discusses his remarkable journey through life and we delve into topical discussions on what we see as “Indianness” and the power of heritage and the need for open discussions.   

This is part 2 of a 2 part conversation.You can follow Instagram – @theNazransYoutube- “Global Indian Series”

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