Synonyms for laxmiben or Related words with laxmiben
Examples of "laxmiben"
He was born on 1 November 1901 to Chimanlal Lalbhai and
at Amdavad. His father Chimanlal Lalbhai was one of the co-founders of Arvind Lalbhai group along with his younger brothers, Kasturbhai Lalbhai and Narottambhai Lalbhai.
Patankar Park, Panchal Nagar, Sri Prastha Complex,
Chheda Nagar, Darul Mamur Complex, Shurparak Nagar, Chanakya Nagar, Samel Pada, Sopara Gaon, Nale Gaon, Nilemore, Nallasopara-Virar Link Road Area, Chakradhar Nagar, IDBI Colony, Ami Park.
Mahavir Education Trust was established in the year 1983 with the main purpose of promoting technical education. With the help of two main donors viz., Shrimati
Karamshibhai Shah Trust and Shah Lalji Velji Anchorwalal, a Polytechnic institute under the name of Shah & Anchor Kutchhi Polytechnic was started
He was also noted for his philanthropy and has been noted for promoting great institutions like the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, National Institute of Design, the Ahmedabad Textile Industry’s Research Association and many more like Shardaben Chimanlal Educational Research Center, Chimanlal Lalbhai Centre for Management, Ahmedabad, Sardhaban Chimanlal Lalbhai Hospital Ahmedabad, Smt.
Chimanlal Lalbhai Blood Bank, Smt Chimanlal Lalbhai Gold Medal in medicine.
Ramesh Oza was born on 31 August 1957 at Devka village near Porbandar, Saurashtra, Gujarat, India. He was born in Audichya Brahmin family of Vrajlal Kanjibhai Oza and
Oza. He completed his initial education at Tatvajyoti, a Sanskrit school at Rajula. Eventually, he moved to Mumbai, where he completed his primary education and completed graduation in commerce. He was inspired by his uncle, Jeevaraj Oza who was narrator of the "Bhagavata Purana". His uncle noticed his interest that led him to study and practice religious scriptures.
Ghelubhai Naik was born in 1924 to
in Kolva village near Gandevi, Valsad district, Gujarat. He first met Mahatma Gandhi at "Rentiyashala" of Amalsad when he was eleven. He studied Master of Social Welfare from Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai. He and his brother Chhotubhai Naik, were mentored by Jugatram Dave. In 1948, both brothers went to tribal Dang district when Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel asked them. As a "Sarvodaya" worker, he co-founded Dang Swaraj Ashram with his brother and Chunilal Vaidya at Ahwa to promote education and social reforms in tribals. He helped in establishment of the first "Ashram Shala" (residential school for tribal children) at Kalibel in 1949. Later more than hundred "Ashram Shala" were opened in tribal areas. He also organized a health and cleanliness awareness programme called "Gam chalyu nahva" (village goes to bath).
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