Jyoti Group (Nepal, Buddhism)
EENI - Business School.
Sub-subject: Jyoti Group (Nepalese businessperson). Syllabus:
- The Nepalese businessperson Padma Jyoti (Theravada Buddhism)
- Jyoti Group
- Influence of the Buddhist Dharma in their business
Sample of the Sub-subject: Jyoti Group (Nepal)
Sub-Subject Description: Jyoti Group (Nepal).
- Under the management of the President of the Jyoti Group (Nepal), Padma Jyoti
and the Vice-President Dr Roop Jyoti, the group develops his business in international trade of steel, audio, iron, textiles, pharmaceutical
products, hospitals, and financial services.
- Jyoti Group has more than 2,500 workers and branches in all
- Jyoti Group was created in 1941 by Maniharsha Jyoti.
- Syakar Company was incorporated in 1976. Today, the company is the official importer and
distributor of Philips and Honda in the Nepalese market.
- Bhaju Ratna Kansakar (Kathmandu 1882 - December 20, 1956) was a
merchant and philanthropist of Nepal who created the Jyoti Group.
Ratna Kansakar played a fundamental role in the re-emergence of Theravada
Buddhism in Nepal, then banned by the Nepalese Government.
- In 1920, the Nepalese businessperson Jyoti Kansakar Maniharsha incorporated the firm “Syamukapu.”
- Jyoti Group was founded in 1940 by Maniharsha Jyoti. He was an activist of social causes and a devotee of the Buddhist Dharma.
- He defines himself as “Vipassana Mediator and Dhamma Worker.”
“To make elders proud, be respectful, satisfied, grateful
and to listen to the words of Dhamma in time that are the highest welfare.”
Maniharsha Jyoti Kansakar Tipitaka (Teachings of Gautama, the Buddha).
Jyoti Group belongs to the economic
area of the Hindu Civilisation and the Buddhist Civilisation
Religions and International Business