Sonal Ambani

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Sonal Ambani is an Indian author. She is best known for her 2004 book Mothers and Daughters, a photographic journal celebrating the mother-daughter relationship.[1][2] Ambani mentored her children as they completed a sequel to Mothers and Daughters called Fathers and Sons, which was released in 2009.[3] She also has a patent for Systems and Method for providing Financial Services to Children and Teenagers.[4]

In 2010 she was named as the head of FICCI's ladies organization, FLO, in Ahmedabad.[5]

Sonal Ambani is also an accomplished artist, with a series of large scale abstract animal sculptures to her credit. Each of her creations feature a peace sign hidden somewhere in the work.


  1. ^ Chaudhuri, Himika; Sangita S. Guha Roy; Soma Banerjee. "Mother's daughters". The Telegraph. Retrieved 22 March 2010. 
  2. ^ "The Rediff Interview/Sonal Vimal Ambani". July 5, 2004. 
  3. ^ "Ambani kids' labour of love released". DNA India. July 20, 2009. 
  4. ^ US patent 7117173, Sonal Sheth Ambani, "System and Method for providing Financial Services to Children and Teenagers", published 2006-10-03, assigned to Sonal Sheth Ambani 
  5. ^ "Sonal Ambani to head FLO in Ahmedabad". DNA India. April 15, 2010.