Everyone knows the grandfather featured in the MDH herbal additive… Today let’s tell you some interesting things about this grandfather (mdh owner) that you have hardly heard.
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- Last updated:December 3, 2020, 11:54 am IST
Studies up to 5th grade
Dharam Pal Gulati studied up to grade five. He did not go to school for further studies. He may not have had much book education, but big business people consider him the iron. Tanga used to drive in Delhi Coming to Delhi was the biggest challenge for Dharampal Gulati. At the time, there were only 1,500 rupees left in Dharampal’s pocket. Of these 1,500 rupees he got from his father, Dharmpal bought a horse and a tanga for 650 rupees and started running a tanga at the train station. A few days later, he gave it to Tanga Bhai and started selling spices by planting a small kiosk on Ajmal Khan Road in Karolbagh. The CEO with the highest salary was According to Euromonitor, Dharampal Gulati was the highest-earning CEO of the FMCG industry. Sources said they got their hands on Rs 25 crore in 2018 last year. Also led the way in charity Gulati used to donate about 90 percent of his salary. He also ran 20 schools and 1 hospital. Apart from this, he occasionally helped the needy people. Also read: Rules for withdrawing money from an amended account, also apply to these two banks, know everything related to the new rule The oldest ad star was Dharampal Gulati added all his herbs himself, even in old age. You have often seen them talk about their spices on TV. He is considered the oldest advertising star in the world. In addition, he also used many special techniques to make his herbs tasty.