Explore: AR TOP 100 Apparel Exporters of India

by Dheeraj Tagra

19-November-2018  |  12 mins read

 Though toplines increase by 11.8%, profitability takes a big hit – collective turnover is Rs. 34,699 CR

The last two years have been very difficult for the industry and despite our best efforts, getting the industry to share information on its turnover and growth plans has not been an easy task at all. However, 52 companies did share their data, and we salute their spirit as they understand the importance of putting together the Top 100 listing. Another 18 are public limited companies and collecting their data was not so challenging…what was challenging was analysing the facts gained from market sources and coming up with an approximate figure for the rest. There will be discrepancies for sure, but the intention is not so much to talk about individual achievements, but to highlight the way industry is moving at the top.

Of course, many will argue that if the big guys are doing well, it does not equate to the whole industry doing well…. in fact official data claims that in FY 2017-18, exports declined by 4% to US $ 16.7 billion. These facts are reality, but we must remember that only 100 among the best companies with a turnover exceeding Rs. 40 crore are on our list, and it is because of their growth that India could end the financial year with just 4% decline inspite of being marred by major liquidity crunch due to implementation of GST and the effects of demonetisation.

If these growth propellers had not continued to grow their toplines, garment exports from the country as a whole would not have grown with just 4% decline. Talking to these export leaders, it is obvious that though their toplines grew, their profitability took a big hit. Just saying that there was overall growth is only an eyewash and the real situation is indeed worrying and as per latest data, the downturn in overall exports continues and in this year, even some top players have stopped working on their toplines. Although the next six months will clear the position, Team Apparel Resources analyses the data collected for the Top 100 companies in our annual list

Toplines grow for most companies… major findings

As per estimates, these 100 companies in FY 2016-17 (FY’17) registered a total turnover of Rs. 31,036.24 crore, and the same set of companies saw 11.8% growth in the turnover of FY 2017-18 (FY’18) to register a total turnover of Rs. 34,699 crore.

There are 16 companies with turnovers exceeding Rs. 500 crore, registering a combined turnover of Rs. 21,569 crore in FY’ 18. These same set of companies registered a turnover of Rs. 18,903 crore in FY’ 17, hence leading to a collective growth of 14% as far as turnover is concerned.

In the segment of Rs. 200 core to Rs. 500 crore, there are 22 companies with a combined turnover of Rs. 6,690 crore in FY’ 18. The number of companies in this bracket were 17 in the last financial year with a collective turnover of Rs. 5,117 crore. This indicates that five companies have moved into this segment in the last financial year.

30 companies fall in the turnover bracket of Rs. 100-200 crore in FY’ 18 with combined turnover of Rs. 4,364 crore, whereas in FY’ 17, there were 34 companies in this bracket with a collective turnover of Rs. 4,956 crore.

There are 32 exporters in the last rung of Rs. 40-100 crore in FY’ 18 while the number of companies in FY’ 17 was 33. The combined turnover in FY’ 18 is Rs. 2,076 crore while it was Rs. 2,060.24 crore last year.

Delhi-NCR holds its position as the leader in AR’s TOP 100 companies

Though business in Delhi-NCR has taken a major hit with many of the medium and small exporters struggling to survive, yet a majority of the companies in AR TOP 100 are from this region, which only goes to prove that value addition is still a strong strength for both India and the Delhi- NCR players. In this year’s AR TOP 100, the Delhi-NCR region is the most represented area with 43% players coming from this region.

sr.Full name of the companyYear of Estb.Owner/CXO of company with designationHead OfficeProduct specialization in GarmentsCompany structure: Public ltd/Pvt. Ltd.Estimated Worker StrengthGarment export Turnover FY 2016-17Garment export Turnover FY. 2017-18
All figures have been obtained from company sources and Apparel Resources Pvt. Ltd. / Apparel Online is not legally responsible for any misrepresentation.
* These figures have been sourced from market and have been specifically mentioned as such.
Sl. No. as per turnover in FY-2017-18. NA - Not Available.
Expected turnover for FY 2017-18, shared by some companies have been presumed as their actual turnover for the same FY
*1Shahi Exports1974Mr. Harish Ahuja, MDFaridabadWoven & KnitsPrivate Limited1,00,0005,8006,380
*2Orient Craft Ltd.1978Mr. Sudhir Dhingra, CMDGurgaonWovens and Knits - Menswear, Womenswear and Childrenswear Private Limited32,0001,8602,046
3Pearl Global Industries Ltd.1989Mr. Pulkit Seth, Vice ChairmanGurgaonWoven soft separates, Knits, Bottoms, OuterwearPublic Limited24,0008571,650
4Eastman Exports Global Clothing (P) Ltd.1983Mr. N. Chandran, CMDTirupurHigh fashion both in light knits and heavy knits, Fashion products with innovative fabrics, Trendy washes, Latest print techniques, New performance Shirts, Tank Tops, Sweater ShirtsPrivate Limited18,0001,4121,600
*5Arvind Lifestyle Apparel : Garments Business1931Mr. Sanjay Lalbhai, ChairmanAhmedabadWoven Shirts, JeansPublic Limited12,0001,1251,293
6Shivalik Prints Ltd.1998Mr. Narender Aggarwal, CMDFaridabadPolo’s, Shorts, Tank, Crew , Top,etc.Private Limited140001,2401,200
*7Gokaldas Exports Limited1977Mr. Sivaramkrishnan Ganapathi, MDBangaloreAll categories in WovensPublic Limited27,0009781,079
8Quantum Knits (KPR Mill Limited)2003Mr. K.P.Ramasamy, ChairmanCoimbatoreTees,Tank tops, Polo’s, Pyjama’s,Leggings, Graphic Tees, Underwears etc.Public Limited20,7096841,000
*9Pratibha Syntex1982Mr. S. K. Chaudhary, ChairmanIndoreInnerwears, Leggings, Tops, Tees, Polo etcPrivate Limited10,000744818
*10Gokaldas Images Pvt. Ltd.1979Mr. Jagadish N Hinduja, ChairmanBangaloreOuterwear, Mens’ Suits and IntimatewearPrivate Limited18,000730800
11Texport Industries Pvt. Ltd.1979Mr. Narendra Goenka, MDBangaloreMen’s ShirtsPrivate LimitedNA715786
12Richa Global Exports Pvt. Ltd.1991Mr. Virender Uppal, ChairmanNew DelhiHi-Fashion & Embellished GarmentsPrivate Limited10,000632695
13Indian Designs Exports Pvt. Ltd.1993Mr. Naseer Humayun, CMDBangaloreCasual Garments for Men, Women and ChildrenPrivate Limited14,571579625
*14Kitex Garments Ltd.1992Mr. Sabu M Jacob, MDKochiKnits & Woven GarmentsPrivate Limited7,000546557
*15SCM Garments Pvt. Ltd.1989Mr. P.P.K. Paramasivam, MDTirupurT-shirts, Leggings and UnderwearPrivate LimitedNA495540
16Creative Group1976Mr. Vijay Agarwal, Chairman MumbaiTrousers and ShirtsPrivate Limited7,000350500
17Modelama Exports Pvt. Ltd.1979Mr. Lalit Gulati, ChairmanGurgaonOuterwearPrivate Limited7,000300445
18Radnik Exports1975Mr. Vinod Kapur, MDNew DelhiLadies high fashionPartnership Firm6,827355425
19Matrix Clothing Pvt. Ltd.1977Mr. Gautam Nair, MDGurgaonKnitted Polo Shirts and Embellished ladies garmentsPrivate Limited5,000374411
*20Bombay Rayon Fashions Ltd.1992Mr. Aman Agrawal, Vice Chairman MumbaiLadies & Men’s TopsPublic Limited38,000506404
21Orient Fashion Exports (I) Pvt. Ltd.2002Mrs. Meena Sethi, ChairpersonNew DelhiWomenwear & KidswearPrivate Limited5,971384400
22A I Enterprises1985Mr. H.E. Abdul Azeez, ChairmanChennaiGarments (Knitted & Woven)Private LimitedNA347381
*23Laguna Clothing Pvt. Ltd.2005Mr. Sarbajit Ghose, MD BangaloreFormal and Semi-Formal ShirtsPrivate LimitedNA330363
*24Pee Empro Exports1980Mr. Tony Uppal, MDNew DelhiLadies and Kids Woven GarmentsPrivate Limited1,400320352
25Sahu Exports1979Mr. Manoj Sahu, PartnerNoidaValue added ladies garmentsPartnership Firm3,500315350
26Meenu Creation2001Mrs. Meenakshi Peshawari, ProprietorNoidaLadies GarmentsPrivate Limited2,000299332
27Paramount Products Pvt. Ltd.1953Mr.Surinder Mahajan, MDNew DelhiLadies/KidswearPrivate Limited5,500260320
28K.M. Knitwear1993Mr. K.M. Subramanian, CEOTirupurBabies and Ladies nightwearPartnership Firm2,393265301
29Shree Bharat International Pvt. Ltd.1986Mr. Sanjay Aggarwal, MDNoidaHigh Fashion Ladies GarmentPrivate Limited1,974253278
30B L International (P) Ltd.1989Mr. Deepak Aggarwal, MDNoidaHigh Fashion Garments (Ladies & Kids)Private Limited4,000220242
31CTA Apparels Pvt. Ltd.1993Dr. Mukesh Kansal, CMDNoidaWomen & kidswearPrivate Limited2,500200240
32Go Go International Pvt. Ltd.1991Mr. Rajeev S Goenka, MD BangaloreKnitted & Woven Readymade Garments For Men, Ladies and KidsPrivate Limited3,400198218
33Fine Line1994Mr. Rohit Aggarwal, MDNoidaLadies & Kids GarmentsPrivate Limited700193214
34Dimple Creations Pvt. Ltd.1982Mr. Sharad Duggal, DirectorNoidaLadies & Kids Shirts, Tops, Blouse,SkirtsPrivate LimitedNA193213
*35Silver Spark Apparel Ltd. (Raymond Group)1925Mr. Vishal Pratap Singh, Director BangaloreSuitsPublic Limited7,000290201
36Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd., Unit - Madura Garment Exports2005Mr. Sathyajit Radhakrishnan, President International Business BangaloreShirts, Trousers, Suits, Blazers, Denims, T-shirts, WinterwearPublic Limited10,652184200
37Gupta Exim (I) Pvt. Ltd.1990Mr. Sandeep Gupta, MDFaridabadCotton knitted garmentsPrivate Limited3,237162200
38Wear Well India Pvt. Ltd.2002Mr. Bharat Sahni, OwnerNew DelhiKids & LadieswearPrivate Limited2,800190200
39Clifton Export Pvt. Ltd.1994Mr. B. Nadanasabapathy, MDTirupurBabywear, Nightwear, Underwear & KidswearPrivate Limited2,600180198
*40Amrit Exports1996Mr. Anil Buchasia, DirectorKolkataWorkwearPrivate LimitedNA176194
41R.K.Industries1973Mr. Ajay Agarwal, PartnerChennaiMens shirtsPartnership Firm3,110175193
42Global Mode and Accessories Pvt. Ltd.1988Mr. Promod Mehra, MDNoidaAll kinds of value added and basic ladies garmentsPrivate Limited4,560170185
43Mira Exim Ltd.1985Mr. A.K. Jain, ChairmanNew DelhiHigh Fashion Ladies & Kids ApparelPrivate Limited700165182
44Golden Seams Industries Pvt. Ltd.2004Mr. Sanjjev Mukhija, MDBangaloreTrouser/ShortsPrivate Limited1,998147180
*45Cactus Clothing Company1992Mrs. Shirley Rohan, MDBangalorePrinted ShirtsPrivate LimitedNA160176
46Davinder Sandhu Impex Ltd.1993Mr. Davinder Singh, DirectorLudhianaT-ShitsPrivate Limited2,000255170
47Anugraha Fashion Mill Pvt. Ltd.2008Mr. P. Mohan, MDTirupurLeggings, Ladies T-Shirts & TopsPrivate Limited1,750151160
48SRG Apparels Pvt. Ltd. (Prime Tex Group of Companies)1989Mr. R. Govindaraju, MDTirupurBabies and Childrenwear (knits)Private Limited3,500150160
*49Shell Apparels Pvt. Ltd.1994Mrs. Vasudha Vasuki, Founder BangaloreDenim, Outerwear Private Limited3,000145159
50Trend Setters International1983Mr. Sudhir Sekhri, Managing Partner New DelhiLadies GarmentsPrivate Limited1,900138151
51Unisource Trend India2004Mr. V. Rajamahendran, Director (Mktg)TirupurKnitted GarmentsPrivate Limited1,000138151
52Stanfab Apparels Pvt. Ltd.1993Mr. E.R. Eswaran, MDChennaiMen shirts, Ladies tops and Kids dress, pj’sPrivate Limited5,000132150
53Magnum Clothing Pvt. Ltd.1986Mr. Ravi Prakash Singhee, DirectorChennaiLadies, Kids fashion products -tops,dresses, blouses, skirts, bottoms, playsuits, beachwearPrivate Limited2,492165150
54JPM Exports2009Mr. Pankaj Madhogaria, DirectorKolkataWorkwear, Sportswear and OuterwearPrivate LimitedNA132145
*55Opera Clothing Pvt. Ltd.1995Mr. Sanjay Jain, DirectorMumbaiWoven Garments - Men, Children and WomenPrivate LimitedNA126138
56Rainbow Fabart Pvt. Ltd.2003Mr. Rajeev Mehta, MDNoidaLadieswearPrivate LimitedNA121133
57TCNS Limited1972Mr. A. S. Pasricha, MDNoidaKnit/woven/sweater combinations for kids/girlswear & womenswearPublic Limited11,000111124
58Campari Exports Pvt. Ltd.1989Mr. Sunil Mehra, DirectorGurgaonLadies and Kids Value added garments-knit and wovensPrivate Limited900110121
59Eveline International1976Mr. Deepak Dumra, PartnerLudhianaKnitted Garments (T-Shirts, Sweat Shirts & Jackets)Private Limited1,944110121
60Nancy Krafts Pvt. Ltd.1988Mr. Narinder Pal Singh, MDNew DelhiHigh Fashion Ladies GarmentsPrivate Limited600110121
61Penguin Apparels (P) Ltd.1990Mr. Anbukani Mariappan, MDMaduraiTrousers, Shirts, Jackets Private Limited2,365104120
62Kimo Clothing2001Mr. Rajeev Sharma, Director NoidaLadies GarmentsPrivate LimitedNA118120
63Ahill Apparel Exports (P) Limited1994Mr. D.Elango, MDTirupurYarn dyed polos, Rugby’s, Printed tees & girls tops Private Limited2,650120120
*64Acknit Industries Ltd.1990Mr. Shri Krishan Saraf, MDKolkataWorkwearPublic LimitedNA118111
65CBC Fashions Asia Pvt. Ltd.2003Mr. T.R. Vijaya Kumar, MDTirupurKidswear, Nightwear & MenswearPrivate Limited1,76595110
66Danavarshini Exports Pvt. Ltd.1995Mr. N.Sreedhar, MDTirupurLadies CasualsPrivate Limited950116110
*67E-Land Apparel Ltd.1986Mr. Jae Ho Song, MDMumbaiWomenswearPublic LimitedNA111108
*68Lux Indusries Ltd.1995Mr. Ashok Todi, Chairman KolkataUndergarments, Knitted garments Public LimitedNA92103
69Jyoti Apparels1976Mr. H. K. L. Magu, Managing PartnerNew DelhiLadies & Kids Garments, both Woven & KnittedPartnership Firm1,2509095
70Enrich Exports2007Mr. P. Prakash, CEOTirupurAll types of knitted garments and woven shorts & pantsPrivate Limited8658495
71MS Fashions Wear Pvt. Ltd.2012Mr. Madan P. Sundesha, Director MumbaiKidswear, Menswear and WomenswearPrivate LimitedNA9692
72Dynamic Designs Inc.1993Mr. Bhupinder Singh Sachdeva, ChairmanGurgaonWashed Garments, Tops, DressesPrivate LimitedNA8391
73Million Exporter Pvt. Ltd.2008Mr. Narinder Chugh, MDLudhianaKnitted GarmentsPrivate LimitedNA9990
*74Nahar Spinning Mills Ltd.1980Mr. Dinesh Oswal, MDLudhianaKnitsPublic LimitedNA8685
*75Mandhana Industries Ltd.1984Mr. Manish Mandhana, JMDMumbaiTopwearPublic Limited4,00013785
76Lodha Impex1973Mr. Dalpat Lodha, ProprietorMumbaiLadies GarmentsProprietary1,00067.2480
77Paragon Apparel Pvt. Ltd.1995Mr. Roshan Baid, MDNoidaSports Garments (Performance Wear)Private Limited3,3458580
78Strange Exports Pvt. Ltd.2003Mr. Neeraj Prakash & Mr. Anil Bountra, DirectorsNoidaLadies & Kidswear- Woven, casual and fashionPrivate Limited9586680
79Madan Trading Co. Pvt. Ltd.1977Mr. G. S. Madan, MDFaridabadHigh Fashion Ladies GarmentsPrivate LimitedNA6673
80Meenakshi India Limited1991Mr. Ashutosh Goenka, MDSalemNon-Denim Bottom & OuterwearPrivate Limited1,5006673
81New Delhi Export House1993Mrs. Kusum Uppal, PartnerNoidaWoven- Ladies & GirlsPartnership Firm2606871
82Strawberry Studio / Maestro Fashions1991Mr. D M Pandya / Mr. Atul Ruparelia, DirectorsNoidaKidswearPrivate Limited1,0006570
83Fashion Knits1990Mr. Ravi, Mr. Ramu, Managing PartnersTirupurAll types of knitted garmentsPartnership Firm1,1206070
84Warsaw International1989Mr. Raja M Shanmugham, Managing PartnerTirupurValue added garments-MensPartnership Firm8327570
85Celestial Knits & Fabs Pvt. Ltd.1993Mr. Rajeev Bansal, MDNoidaWomenswearPrivate Limited1,0005565
86Colorlines Clothing India Pvt. Ltd.1996Mrs. Bela Katrak, MDBangaloreKidswearPrivate Limited2,0856060
*87Loyal Textile Mill Ltd.1956Mrs.Valli M Ramaswami, Director KovilpattiWorkwearPublic LimitedNA5460
*88Ginza Industries Ltd.1986Mr. Ashok Kumar Sethia, CMDMumbaiLingerie, Womenswear Public LimitedNA5257
*89Maral Overseas Ltd.1991Mr. Shekhar Agarwal, MDNoidaKnitted Ladies, Mens and Kids Casualwear, Sleepwear, Loungewear, SportswearPublic LimitedNA6755
90Sargam Exports Limited1985Mr. Lalit Kumar Maskara, MDGurgaonLadies GarmentsPublic Limited1,8004850
91Mallcom (India) Ltd.1983Mr. A. K. Mall, MDKolkataWoven Safety Garments and Work Uniforms of Cat I and Cat IIPrivate Limited2,6004550
92Cheer Sagar1991Mr. Ravi Poddar, PartnerJaipurLadies/Kids fashionwear in woven & knitsPartnership Firm5003845
93Moissanite Apparels Pvt Ltd2011Mrs. Anshu Saxena, DirectorNoidaWoven-Ladies & Kids apparelsPrivate Limited1,0003445
*94Pooja International1969Mr. Rajat Kumar, CEONoidaKidswearPrivate Limited1,5004045
95Neetee Apparel LLP1994Dr. Animesh Saxena, CEOGurgaonLadies & ChildernwearPrivate Limited7503442
96Century Apparels Pvt. Ltd.1992Mr. Reuben J Swamidoss, CEOTirupurKnitted & woven garments for Men, Women and ChildrenPrivate LimitedNA5042
97Gupta & Company1981Mr. Ashish Gupta, MDChennaiSpecialisation in ladies woven garmentsPartnership Firm1223340
98Genus Apparels Ltd.2003Mr. Amit Agarwal, MDFaridabadHi-fashion knitted topsPublic Limited6003640
*99Indo British Garments Pvt. Ltd.1997Mr. Raj Kamboj, MDFaridabadUniform, WorkwearPrivate Limited7003540
100Eric Apparel Pvt. Ltd.1996Mr. M O Johnse, MD MumbaiKidswear, Mens & WomenswearPrivate LimitedNA3640

Overall, Gurgaon has 8 companies, Noida has 19 companies, Delhi has 10 companies and Faridabad has 6 companies on the list. The collective turnover of this region as represented in the listing is Rs. 18,672 crore, which is 53.81% of the total turnover represented by the listing. Of the total players in this region represented on the list, there are 28 exporters having turnover of more than Rs. 100 crore.

With 14 and 12 players respectively on the list, Tirupur and Bangalore occupy the second spot

The second-most represented region in AR TOP 100 is Tirupur with 14 companies with a collective turnover of Rs.3,727 crore in garment exports. The region has made a good comeback, after a few dull years and there are 9 companies from this area with a turnover of above Rs. 100 crore, with Eastman Exports leading the way. It is to be noted here that this region has seen some bad times because of many reasons including competition from Bangladesh on basics, but the region has really upgraded its capabilities and is now giving some very high value knit products, which has helped it remain on the preferred destination list.

Exporters from Bangalore are also well represented with 12 players with a collective turnover of Rs 4,847 crore in exports. Of the 12 players listed, 10 are having turnover of above Rs. 100 crore which is indeed impressive.

Bangalore has always been the goto place for international retailers looking for structured clothing be it formal shirts, trousers or denimwear. The sewing and washing facilities in the city are among the best available in the country. Even Shahi, which technically is counted from the Delhi-NCR region, has a very strong base in Bangalore. The city is all about volume production and good technology.

Mumbai is represented in the AR TOP 100 list by just 9 companies with a collective turnover of Rs. 1,504 crore, out of which 4 are having a turnover of more than Rs. 100 crore in garment exports. Other manufacturing bases represented include 5 players from Chennai with a collective turnover of Rs. 914 crore, with four companies having a turnover of above Rs. 100 crore. The remaining players come from diverse centres like Ludhiana, Indore, Salem, Kolkata and Jaipur. We have taken company locations as per head offices and as repeatedly mentioned, it is a bit difficult to segregate turnovers by regions as many companies have headquarters in one city but factories in others.

Though the list is not without its weak points, it is a reflection that the industry leaders want to grow and are asking for efforts to stay relevant for the international buyers. In all these years that we have been doing AR TOP 100, we have continuously stressed that it does not matter if an individual company is doing well or not, what is important is how the industry is collectively doing and what are the directions so that policy makers of the apparel export industry can take informed decisions and support the industry in its growth.

Also, buyers who religiously look up at the listing can clearly analyse how key companies are doing and get an update on the strengths of the companies that are not familiar to them. Further, AR TOP 100 is the only survey of Indian apparel exporters and is not just a ranking on the base of turnover. It even highlights the direction of the entire industry discussing what the industry feels on critical issues like steps which are the need of the hour; achievements, obstacles, CSR and sustainable efforts; it’s basically an effort to present the real picture of the apparel industry to every stakeholder of this industry.

Companies that should have been on the list …

Apart from the specified list of 100 exporters, there are many other export houses in India which are doing good or are having capabilities to do volume orders as they have good capacities, but we were unable to get credible information regarding them. These include names like Brandix India, Best Corporation, First Step Baby Wear, Ambattur Clothing, Scotts Garments, Gaurav International, Richa & CO., Chintoo Creation, Concept Clothing, AKR Textiles, Cotton Blossom, Karle International, Rolex Hosiery, Boutique International, Poppys Knitwear, The Cotton And Textile Corporation, Birdy Exports, Magnolia Martinique Clothing, Opera Global, Chelsea Mills, Sabs Exports, Siddarth Organisation, Fashion Flare International, KG Exports India, Arashu Clothing Company, Balu Exports, Esstee Exports, Icewear Creation, Fibres & Fabrics International/ Jeans Knit, Sri Lakshmi Apparels/ CR Garments, Ajay Knitwears, Centex exports, Royal Classic Mills, TNR International, Goodwill Fabrics, Precise Seamless, Permeshwar Creations, Saraf Textile, CottonWorld and Sree Santhosh Garments.

Results of Opinion Poll

Most important factor/change which can propel India to greater growth in garment exports

  • Introduction of the use of winter garments’ technology, extended OT hours
  • Subsidy on participation in abroad fairs should be extended to medium-level enterprises also
  • Uniform compliance of buyers
  • Benchmark working standards for countries like Bangladesh, Vietnam, etc.
  • More stable exchange rate
  • Skilled workforce on floor and managerial level
  • Higher exports incentive
  • The MMF/Synthetic fibre should be available at international prices in Indian markets

Apart from consistent quality, delivery and compliance, other points that attract buyers to work with exporters

  • Hygienic factory with good worker policies (happy workers), with great quality execution
  • Nimbleness
  • People engagement
  • Design input
  • Responsiveness to change

Major sustainable/CSR initiatives of the Top 100

  • Establishment or support to various charity trusts
  • HERhealth project
  • Supporting education through various modes
  • Blood donation camps, health check-up camps
  • Supporting toilet-making initiative
  • Supporting Swachh Bharat initiative

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