Hot, Aromatic, Sizzling, finger-licking food is only possible because of the Species. India, The Land of Species never fails to revive your tastebuds. These spices are made in the country itself. While talking about spices how one can forget the King of Spices. MDH Masala is owned by Mahashay Dharam Pal Gulati.
It is the highest-paid consumer product. It has been in the market for over 100 years now. And still, it keeps its number one position in the market. The journey of the self-made billionaire is worth a read, and how he became the face of MDH Masala.
The Untold Story
The heritage business of Mahashian Di Hatti (MDH masala) has survived many storms in the country
. It has witnessed all the revolution, freedom struggles, and various reforms over the past 100 years. Even though all of these the brand has held its position in the market. It not only enjoys the national market but also the international market.
The Worldwide Media Corporation has praised and congratulated MDH Masalas Pvt Ltd, which was come through a long way with so many hurdles. And yet, delivering the best species and reviving the taste buds of many households for more than over 100 years.
The early life of The Spicy King
Dharamapal Gulati was born on 27th March 1923 in Sialkot, Pakistan. He belonged to a middle-class Punjabi family. His father wanted him to study, but he dropped out of school as he was not much interested in studies.
His journey started with a small show in Karol Bagh. The company was established in 1959. For the company to run he bought a piece of land for the manufacturing unit at Kirti Nagar. Currently, MDH Spices, which reportedly manufactures nearly 50 different varieties of spices, has 15 factories across the country and sells its products across the globe, as per reports. As per reports, Gulati became the highest-paid CEO of an FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) company in India in 2017. The journey of building MDH Masalas as a brand to becoming India’s leading spices brand is remarkable.
With the Sad Demises of Mahashay Dharam Pal Gulati on 3rd December 2020, because of cardiac arrest. MDH Masalas has lost its gem.