Keshub Mahindra is remembered by Anand Mahindra

On Wednesday, Keshub Mahindra passed away in his Mumbai residence. He was 99. Anand Mahindra, a businessman, paid homage to his late uncle Keshub Mahindra, a former chairman of the Mahindra Group. In an open vehicle with a wreath on the bonnet, he shared a picture of Mr. Mahindra. The jeep was likely driven off the assembly line fresh because the number plate reads 1965.

The 99-year-old passed away at his Bombay home. With companies like the Willys Company, Mitsubishi, International Harvester, United Technologies, British Telecom, and many others, Keshub Has played significant roles in creating economic ties.

“Enjoy your journey, Uncle Keshub. I know you must be finding brand-new off-road paths everywhere you are “Mahamritunjay Mantra and a statement from Anand Mahindra were both tweeted. Twitter users also sent emojis of folded hands in tribute to the famous businessman.

Keshub Mahindra is remembered by Anand Mahindra

Keshub Mahindra, who was born in Shimla on October 9th, 1923, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. In 1947, he joined Mahindra and Mahindra, and in 1963, he was named chairman.

In 2012, Keshub Mahindra, who remained as one of the directors on Mahindra & Mahindra’s board for 64 years overseeing the group’s metamorphosis from a steel trading company to a $15.4 billion diversified group, handed over the reins to his nephew and then Vice-Chairman and Managing Director Anand Mahindra. Vital meeting on security preparations for the G20 in Kashmir today at the home ministry

A renowned philanthropist, Kes-hub Mahindra redefined good corporate governance in India. He was also a member of the Apex Advisory Council of ASSOCHAM.

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In 1987, he was awarded the Chevalier de l’Ordre National de la Legion d’honneur by the French government.

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