Adi Godrej. Parsee family (India)

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Sub-subject: Godrej (Zoroastrian family. Mumbai, India). Syllabus:

  1. The Indian Zoroastrian Businessperson and philanthropist Adi Godrej
  2. Godrej Conglomerate
  3. Philanthropic activities of the Godrej Group
Sub-subject “Adi Godrej (Zoroastrian, India)” is studied…
  1. Doctorates (DIB): DIB Ethics, Religion, and Business, DIB Business in Asia
  2. Masters: International Business (MIB), Asia, and BRICS Countries

Learning materials in En or Es Godrej (India)

Sample of the Sub-subject: Adi Godrej (India)
Godrej India Parsee

Sub-Subject Description (Adi Godrej Indian Zoroastrian Businessperson):

The Godrej Group headquarters are in Mumbai (Maharashtra, India). The Group was created by Ardeshir Burjorji Sorabji Godrej in 1897, in Lalbaug, Mumbai.

Godrej Group continues to be led by the Godrej family (Zoroastrian).

“Business is not just about revenues and profits, but also to help keep our earth green, our communities healthy and help children to be smart.” Adi Godrej

Godrej Group develops business in several sectors: engineering, furniture, agricultural products, consumer goods, home appliances, and real estate.

More than 10,000 people work in the group.

Ardeshir Burjorji Sorabji Godrej (1868-1936) was a prominent Parsee businessperson and founder of the Indian conglomerate Godrej Group.

As good Zoroastrians, philanthropy as part of their social responsibility has always been part of its business strategy since 1920, when its founder Ardeshir Godrej donated an outstanding amount to the “Tilak Swaraj Fund.”

The group's management has committed to donate 25% of the Group's shares to a charitable trust.

Adi Godrej, the current Chairperson of Godrej Group, is one of the richest men in India (net worth of 9 billion dollars) and the second richest person of Zoroastrian descent in the World after Pallonji Mistry (Tata Group).

Ahimsa Ethics

Indian businesspeople Adi Godrej belongs to the economic area of the Hindu Civilisation

Website Adi Godrej

Religions and business

Ahimsa philanthropy



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