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I am trying to make a excel graph that looks something like this. I tried by making doughnut chart, but not even close.

No, there is no connection.
I just want the data in excel to be graphed as presented in snapshot. It just look like the snapshot.
Although it can be made just by placement of textboxes on a background, I was wondering if can be created in excel.
 

shubhamv85

... want ...
... then Your sample file should have more similar than that original graph's data ... connection.
Did You try to check from that page - where did You take that ... snapshot?
or
Do You have clear image ...
... what/where is eg year ... like in the snapshot?
... or any data from Your file?
Screenshot 2024-05-18 at 15.04.55.png
... and how those Your datas 'find' correct position in eg above graph?
 
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shubhamv85

You're still thinking something ... why?
Your Although it can be made just by placement of textboxes on a background, I was wondering if can be created in excel.
You wrote that You can do it manually ... okay ...
but with Excel or any other - You should able to tell
- how did You do it?
Your copied snapshot is like one quarter of doughnut chart
- same kind of output is possible to do, as I did with my sample snapshot.
OR
Have You tried to use Excel's SmartArt Design?
There could be something for You too.

Screenshot 2024-05-21 at 14.13.24.png
 
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