Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, A tongawala who became India’s most prominent Masala seller
Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, A tongawala who became India’s most prominent Masala seller

New Delhi: Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, the owner of the world-famous MDH has passed away at 98, he has said goodbye to the world. Dharmapala Gulati ji has died at Mata Chandan Devi Hospital in Delhi today. He breathed his last at 6 am today.

Mahashay Dharampal Gulati was born on 27 March 1923 and was born in Sialkot, Pakistan. Here was the foundation of his business. His company started with a small shop in the city, which his father opened before partition. After that, when the country was partitioned in 1947, his family moved to Delhi. In search of employment after coming to Delhi, Dharmapala Gulati ji started running the tonga. After running Tonga for a long time, he gave it to his brother and started selling spices. On seeing this, people liked his spice so much that their spices spread throughout the country.

Dharampal Gulati was the highest-grossing CEO of the FMCG sector. According to a report, he received Rs 25 crore in-hand salary in the year 2018. Very few people know that Mahashay Dharmapala Gulati used to donate about 90 percent of his salary. Not only this, he also ran 20 schools and 1 hospital.

Talking about the education of Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, he had studied only till the fifth standard, but in the matter of business, he has defeated the big legends. He was also awarded the Padma Vibhushan by President Ramnath Kovind for his business and industry for better contribution in the field of food processing.

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