Indian App Revolution by Anand Mahindra

Indian App Revolution – Anand Mahindra

Indian App Revolution is a big step towards indigenization with the help of Mr. Anand Mahindra. Chinese have provoked India. It would be a real shame if such an insult is let go unanswered. India Inc. (Mahindra Group) must truly rise to the occasion.

Indian App Revolution initiated by Mr. Anand Mahindra, Chairman of the Mahindra Group is not someone who needs to be introduced. He is recognized as the flag bearer of nationalism in India Inc. (Mahindra Group).


Over the years, the man has always stood steadfastly with the country, a position not many explicitly are seen taking these days.

With the Indo-China border standoff at the LAC along with the Eastern Ladakh anything but over, Mr. Anand Mahindra has promised to rise to the occasion and work towards building India as a global manufacturing super-house.

Not just in terms of self-consumption, but also for exporting Made in India products across the world. That thought encourages him to take this App Revolution challenge.


The Chinese media has fixed a daily routine for itself. Employees of the CCP working in media houses like Global Times and others have decided to wage a Psy-war on India, which includes taking sly digs and portraying China as an invincible force.

In the same line, Hu Xijin, a CCP parrot and spineless ‘journalist’ took it upon himself to lecture India on the lack of recognizable Indian products and services which can consequently be banned by China in retaliation to the Modi government’s move to ban 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok from the Indian cyberspace.

Hu Xijin – Tweet

“Well, if even Chinese people want to Boycott Indian products, they can’t really find many Indian goods. Indian friends, you need to have something that is more important than nationalism.”

Anand Mahindra – Tweet in reply to Hu Xijin

“I suspect this comment might well be the most effective & motivating rallying cry that India Inc. has ever received Thank you for your provocation. We will rise to this occasion.”

Anand Mahindra isn’t anxious about taking up difficulties and furthermore starting quarrels for the nation.

Earlier, Mahindra had announced that his team had produced interim lifesaving ventilators, which are available at a meagre price of Rs 7500 as compared to other ventilator machines that cost anywhere between Rs 5 lakh and Rs 10 lakh.

The time is now ripe for Tech Mahindra, Mahindra Group’s IT subsidiary to develop Indian alternatives to the Chinese apps which have been banned in the country.

Not just developing them as alternatives for national consumption, rather as formidable platforms that can give China a run for its money globally.

That Mr. Anand Mahindra has taken up a challenge on a social media platform to the same effect, no less than on behalf of the entire industry, might just be an indication of the times to come.


Not just in the IT sector, India Inc. can challenge Chinese hegemony over the global supply markets if they focus the bulk of their energies on that end.

The Mahindra Group is a humongous Indian worldwide aggregate holding organization headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. It runs operations in over 100 countries.

The gathering has a nearness in aviation, agribusiness, secondary selling, car, parts, development hardware, protection, vitality, ranch gear, account and protection, mechanical gear, data innovation (Tech Mahindra), recreation, and neighborliness, logistics, real estate, retail, and two-wheelers.

Padma Bhushan Mr. Anand Mahindra, as of January 2020, has a net worth estimated at around $1.6 billion. He is incorporated by Fortune Magazine among the ‘World’s 50 Greatest Leaders’ and was in the magazine’s 2011 posting of Asia’s 25 most impressive businessmen.

As mentioned by Mr. Anand Mahindra, the Chinese have provoked India, and taken a condescending dig at our country. It would be a real shame if such an insult is let go unanswered. India Inc. (Mahindra Group) must truly rise to the occasion, and Mr. Anand Mahindra will lead the way for India’s App Revolution.

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