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Sri Chand Hinduja (India, Hinduism)

Syllabus of the Sub-subject: Hinduja Group (India, Hinduism).

  1. The Hindu Businessman Srichand Hinduja
  2. Hinduja Group
  3. Application of the Vedic Principles to Work
  4. Philanthropic Activities of the Hinduja Group
The Sub-subject “Srichand P Hinduja (India, Hinduism)” is part of the following programs:
  1. Doctorates: Religion and Business, Asia
  2. Course: India
  3. Masters (e-learning): Asia, BRICS Countries, International Business

Doctorate in International Business adapted to the Indian Students.

Learning materials in English or Spanish Srichand Hinduja French Srichand Hinduja Portuguese Srichand Hinduja

Sample of the Sub-subject: Srichand Hinduja (Hinduism)
Hinduja Group India

Description of the Sub-Subject: Srichand Hinduja (Hindu Businessman)

Throughout its history, the Hinduja Group has expanded and diversified its business and has made significant social and charitable contributions under the current leadership of the President, Srichand Hinduja (Hinduism), ably assisted by his brothers, Gopichand, Prakash, and Ashok.

  1. Today, the Hinduja Group has become one of the largest diversified companies with a presence in Asia, Africa, Europe, and America.
  2. The Hinduja Group employs over 65,000 people and has offices in many main cities in the World and all the great cities in India.
  3. Headquartered in London, the Indian central office is located in Mumbai.

A free market economy may improve the tolerance and understanding between different people and cultures, which benefits all humanity” Srichand P Hinduja, Director of Hinduja Group.

The business philosophy of the Hinduja Group

The Hinduja group firmly believes in the traditional values of the family; the Hinduja has struggled throughout its history to inculcate the concept of family in their enterprises.

Each member of the group is encouraged to practice the Vedic principles of work:

Service with devotion” and the will to see the fulfilment of self-interest in actively promoting the interests of the community.”
My Duty (Dharma) is to work so that I can give.” Deepchand Parmanand Hinduja (1901-1971), Founder of the Hinduja Group.

The duty to work diligently also involves “the responsibility that one should give back to others and society,” both in good times and times of recession.

Hindu Businessman Srichand P Hinduja belongs to the economic area of the Hindu Civilisation

Website Ashok P Hinduja

Ethics Globalisation

Religions and Global Trade.

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