Ramesh Chauhan has been a dynamic entrepreneur in the Indian soft drinks industry. During the 60’s he worked on Research & Development energy saving in the processing of fruits and fruit drinks. Later he pioneered the manufacture of a soft drink concentrate in India without foreign collaboration. These drinks so successful that it resulted in his company being able to compete in the world market, as well as giving franchises abroad.
Later he pioneered the manufacture in India, of machinery for soft drinks. For these efforts on his part, he received the award outstanding export performance in processed foods from the government of India. He also received the United Nations council of India-youth award in 1986, for developing local entrepreneurship, self reliance and developing the soft drinks industry in India. He has also been involved in the setting up of and running the Chauhan institute of science, Bombay and a charitable hospital in Pardi , Bulsar.
He had another ‘first’ to his credit when he commenced publishing the “Limca Book of Records” in India. After many years of being leader in the soft drink market in India, he has became a name recognized the world over with his Indian products. Ramesh Chauhan by his dynamism and invasiveness has distinguished himself as an Old Boy of The Scindia School. The Scindia School confers on Ramesh Chauhan, the Madhav award , as an Old Boy of eminence for the year 1993.
Gwalior, 21 October 1993