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Mr, Dalpat Lodha take first step to start Textile business in 1973 and now one of the leading garment export House "Lodha Impex" and exporting mainly to Japan.

Mr. Dalpat Lodha has achieved a coveted rate of growth since its inception and was awarded the status of the Highest Export Award Trophy (to Non Quota Countries) for the year 1992 and third position in the year 1991 and in 1995 award "Yuvak Ratan" awarded by Akhil Bhartiya Terapanth Yuvak Parishad. Year 2004 "Bhartiya Udyog Ratan award and Rajiv Gandhi Shiromani Award, Year 2007-08, 2009, 2010-11 "State award for Exports Excellence 15t Position" by Government of Rajasthan. Also Award of Excellence for Highest Exports to Japan from last two years 201516 & 2016-17 awarded by Apparel Export Promotion Council of India.

Personal Profile:

Mr. Dalpat Lodha So Shri Arnar Chand Lodha born in City Jodhpur on 02 July 1950 Married to Prabha Lodha daughter of Shri Parasmal Surana Elder Son Mr. Vidit Lodha married to Manisha Lodha daughter of Shri Vimal Borar and doing Manufacturer and Export from Mumbai name of Firm " Lodha Exim" and Younger Son Mr. Shubhank Lodha married to Karishma Lodha daughter of Shri Shanti Lal Kothari and doing garment business in retail market, Jaipur name of firm " Lodha Venture"

As Managing Director of " The Lodha Group" of Industries, his vision, acumen and sprite of adventure, he has brought best quality product to the group making it one of the largest Garment Manufacturers in India..

Social Activities;

Human blood is an essential element of human life with no substitute to aware all persons as Mr. Dalpat Lodha organized "BLOOD DONATION CAW" every year in September and is the most successful, creating a record of collecting units of the blood.

"Beti Bachao Beti Padhao" program campaign done on 05th April 2019 to aware to all industrial persons how to save the "Beti"

The textile industry in India traditionally, after agriculture, is the only industry that has generated huge employment for both skilled and unskilled labour in textiles.The textile industry continues to be the second largest employment generating sector in India.

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