The following booklet is titled “The Forum of Free Enterprise” was published during Dec 2005-Jan 2006. The text elucidates post-colonial decision making and how economic growth took which route from there after the failure of the first five year plan. The text inscribes Shroff’s struggles to be able to reach up till the government’s decision making and how adamant the representatives were back then towards their social inclination. Shroff then provides personal accounts of India’s most renowned businessmen namely, J.R.D Tata and how he established the steel industry and G.D Birla and his contribution in building the cement industry. Then the text briefs upon why was the forum of free enterprise established and what are its functions etc only to bring out an explanation that it is separated from political and religious processes. The text also brings in light the struggles faced by the forum and has been under strict surveillance from the government officials. But the Forum has had legal boundations and policies that have separated them from taking part in political procedures which have been given out for every individual that is directly or directly contributing to the forum. With that of a strategic framework Shroff also carefully picked their words while listing out the impact of the organisation towards that of individuals, government, people part of the forum etc.