Surat Diamond Merchant Dholakia Diwali Bonus to Employees: Check what he will be giving to his Employees

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Diwali brings colors to many of lives. Especially employees in various fields are looking for bonuses and salary hikes for their contribution and services to their respective works. Now this Diwali brings more color to the employees of Hare Krishna Exports, renowned Surat Diamond Merchant.

As per the latest news, we heard that Surat Diamond Merchant Savji Dholakia had announced unexpected gifts to his employees on the eve of Diwali. Dholakia Diamonds are famous all over India and Dholakia is a well-known person to all.

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He becomes famous after he made his son do cheap jobs to know the value of money. Savji Dholakia, a billionaire diamond merchant in Surat and known for his simplicity. He always moves ground to earth and however he has announced a Diwali gifts to the employees who contributed their services and dedication.

Surat Diamond Merchant Dholakia in a meeting announced 400 cars and 1260 flats to his employees as a Diwali gift. Dholakia Diamonds Firm, Hare Krishna Exports is spending nearly Rs 51 crores on Diwali this year on behalf of their golden jubilee. There are approximately 1,716 employees were shortlisted as firm’s best workers.

The bonuses and offers which announced at a meeting on Tuesday have been an annual ceremonial at Hare Krishna Exports since. As per reports last year, Dholakia Diamonds firm gifted 491 cars and 200 flats to its workers.

Surat Diamond Merchant Dholakia who comes from Dudhala village in Amreli district has grown by his talent and hard work. He started his diamond business by taking a loan from his uncle. He wasn’t turn to be a billionaire in overnight.

Dholakia faced many struggles and saw up and downs in his life. He came to limelight when he sent his son Dravya to Kochi with three pairs of clothes and Rs. 7000 pocket money, so that he could learn to stand on his own feet.