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Dr. Dinesh Shahra

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Dr. Dinesh Shahra is an Indian entrepreneur, philanthropist, and agriculturalist. He is the founder of Ruchi Soya Industries Limited, one of the largest edible oil manufacturers in India. Dr. Shahra is also known for his philanthropic work and his commitment to sustainable agriculture.

Dr. Dinesh Shahra
Born15-07-1952
🏳️ CitizenshipIndian
🎓 Alma materHarcourt Butler Technology Institute, Kanpur
💼 Occupation
🏢 OrganizationDinesh Shahra Foundation
👩 Spouse(s)Abha Shahra
👶 ChildrenAmrita Shahra, Sarvesh Shahra, Ankesh Shahra
🌐 Websitehttps://www.dineshshahrafoundation.org/
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Early Life[edit]

Dr. Dinesh Shahra was born on December 9, 1962, in Rajasthan, India. He received his early education in Rajasthan and later moved to Mumbai to pursue higher education. Dr. Shahra earned a Bachelor's degree in Commerce from Mumbai University and later received an MBA in Marketing from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

Career[edit]

After completing his MBA, Dr. Shahra returned to India and joined his family's business, Ruchi Soya Industries Limited. He played a key role in transforming the company from a small trading business to one of the largest edible oil manufacturers in India. Under his leadership, the company diversified its product portfolio and expanded its operations to several countries around the world.

Apart from his business career, Dr. Shahra is also known for his philanthropic work. He has been actively involved in promoting sustainable agriculture and has established several charitable organizations that focus on providing education, healthcare, and other basic necessities to underprivileged communities in India.

Yellow Revolution[edit]

Dr. Shahra is considered as a foremost authority in the agriculture sector in India, with the beginning of the Yellow Revolution that transformed Madhya Pradesh into the ‘soya bowl of the country’ being credited to his name. As one of the major authorities in India’s agribusiness vertical, he has played a critical role in shaping a positive outlook towards India’s farming sector.

Philanthropy[edit]

DSF- Dinesh Shahra Foundation The Dinesh Shahra Foundation (DSF) was founded out of gratitude for all the knowledge capital Dinesh Shahra has gained over the last 50 years. It strives to create a value-based social structure based on the Indian or Sanatan ethos. The Foundation is built with an intention to ‘Give Back’ to the entities responsible for society’s material and spiritual development. Spirituality, sustainability, and education, along with women and child health, are the core causes of DSF.

Spirituality DSF has been instrumental in promoting causes that strengthen the spiritual core of our society. DSF has been working in tandem with Parmarth Ashram, Art of Living Foundation, Ramchandrapura Mutt and many other institutions to promote the cause of spirituality. Dr. Dinesh Shahra has also compiled teachings and sermons of his Late Guru Swami Pragyanand ji in the form of a book. Through this book called 'Simplicity & Wisdom', DSF is on a mission to share the message of Swamiji's life and wisdom with people at large.

Education DSF has been working with Mr. Shahra’s alma-mater Harcourt Butler Technical University Kanpur to give scholarships and gainful employment to meritorious students. Dinesh Shahra Foundation has also been giving scholarships to students of St. Paul Higher Secondary Indore for their excellence in sports as well as academics. DSF identifies deserving candidates and offers monetary grants to help build resilient youth and emerging India.

Sustainability Green Gold Day Green Gold Day is a Nationwide initiative of DSF to plant trees and pledge for its caring and urge others to join in the movement.

Honours and Awards:[edit]

Dr. Dinesh Shahra has received several awards and honors for his contributions to the Indian business and social sector. In 2010, he was awarded the "Entrepreneur of the Year" award by Ernst & Young. He has also received the "Indira Gandhi Priyadarshini Award" for his contributions to the field of agriculture and the "Bharat Shiromani Award" for his philanthropic work.

Philanthropy and Social Work[edit]

Dr. Dinesh Shahra is actively involved in various philanthropic initiatives aimed at improving the lives of underprivileged communities in India. He is the founder of the "Shahra Foundation," which focuses on promoting sustainable agriculture and providing education and healthcare to marginalized communities. He has also established the "Ruchi Foundation," which provides vocational training to women and youth in rural areas.[edit]

In addition to his charitable work, Dr. Shahra is also involved in several initiatives aimed at promoting sustainable agriculture and environmental conservation. He is a strong advocate of organic farming and has established several organic farms across India.[edit]

Conclusion[edit]

Dr. Dinesh Shahra is a prominent Indian entrepreneur, philanthropist, and agriculturalist. His contributions to the Indian business sector and his commitment to sustainable agriculture and social welfare have earned him several accolades and honors. Through his philanthropic work and entrepreneurial ventures, Dr. Shahra has played a significant role in improving the lives of millions of people in India.[edit]

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