Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, the proprietor of the Mahashian Di Hatti Private Limited also known as the spice company MDH. On 3rd December Dharampal Gulati dies at the age of 97 and likewise affectionately known as dadaji and Mahashayji, was an entrepreneur of Spice brand MDH. He went through treatment at the Delhi emergency clinic for as long as 3 weeks. He endured heart failure and died at 5:30 AM in the morning today. It is one of the biggest spice brands in India.
Mahashay Dharampal Gulati was born on 27 March 1923 in Pakistan’s Sialkot city, where his dad had set up a little shop. Be that as it may, after partition in 1947, where he remained at a refugee camp in Amritsar and then the family moved to Delhi’s Karol Bagh in India. In 1953, Dharampal Gulati leased a shop in Chandni Chowk, named it Mahashiyan Di Hatti, and began selling a variety of spices. The spice business didn’t simply prosper in India just however Dharampal Gulati turned into a merchant and exporter also. His organization sends out Indian flavors to different pieces of the world, including Europe, UAE, the United Kingdom, Canada, and so forth.
Dharampal Gulati was additionally a notable philanthropist. He began a hospital at Janakpuri, New Delhi, in the year 1984 in memory of his mom Mata Chanan Devi. The emergency hospital isn’t just prestigious for its offices in Cardiology and Neuro Sciences, yet additionally for giving a free clinical guide to the less fortunate of poor people.
Dharampal Gulati likewise started around 20 quality schools to give well-rounded schooling to the youthful, with an exceptional spotlight on the impeded sections of society. Dharampal Gulati was granted the Padma Bhushan, India’s third-most civilian award, in 2019 for his yeoman administrations to society.