The Adamjee name has been a prominent and highly reputed  name amongst the business circles of the Indian subcontinent throughout the 20th century.

The House of Adamjee was founded in Burma (now Myanmar) by the illustrious Sir Adamjee Haji Dawood. Born in 1880 in Jetpur Town of Gujarat . W hilst still in his teens, he ventured out to Burma and started operating as an independent businessman. The first few years of his career were spent in rice, matches & jute trade. With his keen business sense and financial acumen, he met with early success.

By 1922, he had accumulated sufficient resources and a strong presence in the commodities markets, enabling him to setup his first Industrial venture - a match factory in Rangoon [now Yangon]. In 1927, he returned to India to establish a jute mill in Calcutta.

By 1922, he had accumulated sufficient resources and a strong presence in the commodities markets, enabling him to setup his first Industrial venture - a match factory in Rangoon [now Yangon]. In 1927, he returned to India to establish a jute mill in Calcutta. The Adamjee Jute Mill Ltd. was the third jute mill to be setup by an Indian and the first Muslim public company. To capture this emerging niche, Adamjee alongwith Mr. G.D. Birla of Birla Jute, broke into this monopolistic trade controlled by the East India company.

 
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The founding father of the Adamjee industrial group was not just a businessman, but also an avid educationist
 
The founding father of the Adamjee industrial group was not just a businessman, but also an avid educationist
As Jinnah and colleagues assembled in to Karachi from the 7th of august 1947 for the ceremonial occasion

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