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Dharampal Gulati

Owner and CEO of MDH (Mahshian Di Hatti Private Limited),

  • Business development
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TIMELINE

  • Honoured with Padma Bhushan

    Indian Government

    The Government of India honoured Gulati with Padma Bhusan, India's third highest civilian award.

    16-03-2019

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  • Hard work paid off

    MDH

    MDH is now a Rs 1500-crore company and Dharampal Gulati has become the highest-paid (consumer product) CEO who took home Rs 21 crore last fiscal.

    24-05-2017

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  • 'Excellence Award'

    Some organization

    Gulati received “Excellence Award” for Lifetime Achievement.

    10-04-2017

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  • MDH spread world wide

    MDH sell more than 60 products into more than 100 countries across the world. Dharampal ji struggled and made a successful business. His vision and unbreakable determination has taken his business to US, Canada, UK, Iran, Afghanistan, Europe and several other countries.

    02-02-2017

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  • 'Indian of the year'

    ABCI Annual Awards

    Dharampal was named ‘Indian of the Year‘ at the ABCI Annual Awards.

    16-08-2016

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  • Rapid fast growth of MDH

    MDH was buying their first piece of plot in Kirti Nagar to set up their manufacturing unit. The grounds were set to do business on a national scale.

    14-07-1959

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  • Founded 'Roopak Stores', India's first modern spice store

    Dharampal founded ‘Roopak Stores’ in 1954 in Karol Bagh, Delhi. That was India’s first modern spice store in Delhi during that era. However, later, he handed over ‘Roopak Stores’ to his younger brother, Satpal Gulati.

    20-10-1954

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  • Got his second shop

    Dharampal got his second shop on rent in Chandni Chowk and the profits rose higher.

    21-04-1953

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  • Started gaining popularity only a few months

    Learning from his father combined with the magic of making spices under the name of Mahashiyan Di Hatti (MDH) took only few months to gain popularity among the people.

    05-11-1947

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  • From Rs 1,500 to Rs 21 Crore Salary

    When he moved to Delhi, his father gave him ₹1500. Out of that money, he purchased a Tanga (a horse-drawn carriage) worth ₹650 and used to take passengers from Connaught Place to Karol Bagh. This profession didn’t prove sufficient enough for his livelihood, and the people often insulted him. So, he sold his ‘Tanga’ and built a small shop in Karol Bagh, in 1948, to restart his old family business of spices.

    14-10-1947

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