MDH owner Monsieur Dharam pal Gulati died at the age of 98
The owner of MDH, Mahasriya Dharampal Gulati, popularly known as Masala King, died this morning. He was 98 years old. It is being told that Dharampal Gulati breathed his last at 6 am on December 3 at Mata Chandan Devi Hospital in Delhi MDH Group owner dies.
India came from Pakistan Monsieur Dharam pal Gulati
Monsieur Dharampal Gulati was born on 27 March 1923 in Sialkot, Pakistan and it was from here that the foundation of his spice business was laid. The company started with a small shop in the city, which his father started before partition. However, at the time of partition of the country in 1947, his family shifted to Delhi.
Manish Sisodia said that he was an inspirational businessman.
Honored with Padmavibhushan
Last year, President Ram Nath Kovind conferred Padma Vibhushan to Mahashay Dharampal for his contribution to business and food processing.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia also twitched on the death of Mahashay Dharampal Gulati.
This was the journey of Mahas Dharmapala Gulati
Mahashay Dharampal was born on 27 March 1923 in Sialkot (now in Pakistan). In the year 1933, he left school even before completing the 5th standard. In the year 1937, he started the business with the help of his father and after that, he did the business of soap, carpenter, cloth, hardware, rice. MDH Group owner dies
However, Mahasri Dharmapala Gulati could not do this work for a long time and he started the business with his father. He started working in his father’s shop named ‘Maheshiyan Di Hatti’. It was known as Degi Mirth Wale. After the India-Pakistan partition, he came to Delhi, and on 27 September 1947, he had only 1500 rupees.