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Mahashian Di Hatti Private Limited
- Mahashian Di Hatti Private Limited, doing business as MDH, is an Indian spice producer and seller based in New Delhi, India.
- It’s the second largest leader within the Indian market with 12% market share, following S. Narendrakumar's Everest Spices
- CEO Mahashay Dharampal Gulati died on 3 December 2020, due to cardiac arrest.
- Mahashay Chunnilal Gulati found out the masala company in 1919 in Sialkot, Pakistan currently located within the Punjab province of Pakistan since 1947.
- It is related to Mahashay Chunnilal charitable trust. Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, the son of the founder moved to Delhi after the partition of India.
- He opened a store during a shack and began selling spices like his father. He later opened his shop at Ajmal Khan Road, Karol Bagh and expanded from there. In 1959 he bought a plot in Kirti Nagar to line up his own spice factory.
- From there, he built the entire group to at least one of India's leading spices manufacturers expanding to 15 factories.
- Chatting with the Economic Times last year, he said, "My motivation to work is being sincere in product quality sold at affordable prices. And nearly 90% of my salary goes to charity in my personal capacity."
- At the age of 94, Dharam Pal was the highest paid fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) CEO in India in 2017.
- He took home over ₹21 crore as salary last fiscal. Two years later, on March 16, 2019, the 14th President of India Shri Ram Nath Kovind conferred the Padma Bhushan award for Trade & Industry.
- MDH today features a range of 62 products available in over 150 different packages. These include ground and blended spices, which are free of preservatives. MDH also sells other products, like saffron.
- MDH under the leadership of Mahashay Dharampal Gulati has developed more than 20 schools including MDH International School, Mahashay Chunnilal Saraswati Shishu Mandir (named after his late father), Mata Lilawati Kanya Vidyalaya (named after his late wife), and Mahashay Dharampal Vidya Mandir etc.
- He started a 10-bed eye hospital at Arya Samaj, Subhash Nagar, in November 1975. Later in January 1984, a 20-bed hospital was established in Janakpuri, New Delhi to commemorate his late mother Mata Chanan Devi. Now its 300 beds on about 5 acres of land, the hospital is provided with MRI, CT scan, Heart Wing, Neuro Sciences, IVF etc.