Baba Ramdev is one of the most public figures in India who created not only a successful brand but a circumstance which is changing the lifestyle of the people across India and also creating its waves across the world. So let's know more about the Baba Ramdev's Patanjali. Just stick with us.
Patanjali's intentions are not to make money but in the short duration of time, it has successfully become the developed FMCG brand in the country. Patanjali brand is an Ayurvedic product which manufactures minerals and herbal products and has manufacturing units in Nepal.
Baba Ramdev got huge fans following in the world and is the master of Pranayam- the art of breathing yoga. Baba Ramdev is the also among the living spiritual leader. Founder of the Patanjali Group of Institution, Ramdev Baba was born on 25th December 1965.
Baba Ramdev, Source: Wishesh
It might be quite surprising facts against our belief that Baba Ramdev doesn't hold any type of stake in the company PATANJALI. As per the report, Baba Ramdev's associate Balkrishna is reported to own the majority of the stakes.
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Patanjali is emerged as one of the most trusted brands after giving a very tough competition to multiple FMCG giants in India's domestic market. It has a network of over more than 4,000 distributors and has 10,000 stores.
Patanjali Products, Source: blogspot.com
Patanjali manufactures 444 products and is the fastest growing as well as fasting moving consumer company in India.
Yes, it's true that more than one lakh people are employed at Patanjali and soon it is planning to take it to 5 lakh. Ramdev Baba said that within the 5 years, Patanjali would educate the farmer about new equipment and technique in the context of production.
It's facts that Patanjali has leaped from 173 to 15th position as the largest Brand Trust Report 2017 and this report clarifies the volume about Baba Ramdev's business. Consumer's faith in Patanjali and its products helped the firm to achieve success.
Patanjali leaps from 173 to 15th, Source: India.com
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