Dabur India Ltd. started operating in 1884 as an Ayurvedic medicines company. From its humble beginnings in the by-lanes of Calcutta, Dabur India Ltd has come a long way today to become one of the biggest Indian-owned consumer goods companies with the largest herbal and natural product portfolio in the world.
Dedicated to the health & well-being of every household, Dabur understands science of Ayurveda. Ayurveda analyses the human body through a combination of the body, mind and spirit. 5000 year old Ayurvedic texts were researched by Dabur in its quest for natural remedies and adapts them to today’s world using scientific research and validation.
Dabur cultivates rare medicinal herbs in more than 2500 acres of land in India and Nepal and has a team of more than 100 scientists for R&D. Dabur uses herbs like Ashwagandha, Babool, Brahmi, Bharangi, Neem, Tulasi & Varjadanti etc in their formulations.
Adding to credibility, Dabur has NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories) accredited analytical facility as a part of its R&D. Dabur R&D unit is recognized by DSIR (Department of Scientific and Industrial research).
Taking its Ayurvedic strengths to the next level, Dabur has flagged off its new initiative ‘Ask Dabur’ which aims to provide Ayurvedic treatment to various ailments through telemedicine – capitalizing its Ayurvedic know-how, panel of Ayurveda doctors and facility of online consultation.
Board of Directors
- Dr. Anand Burman
- Mr. Amit Burman
- Mr. P.D. Narang
- Mr. Sunil Duggal
- Mr. Mohit Burman
- Mr. Saket Burman
- Mr. P. N. Vijay
- Mr. R C Bhargava
- Dr. S. Narayan
- Dr. Ajay Dua
- S. K. Bhattacharyya
- Ms. Falguni Nayar
- 1884 - Birth of Dabur
Dr. S. K. Burman launches his mission to make health care products in Calcutta.
- 1896 - Setting up a manufacturing plant
With growing popularity of Dabur products, Dr. Burman expands his operations by setting up a manufacturing plant for mass production of formulations.
- Early 1900s - Ayurvedic medicines
Dabur enters the specialised area of nature-based Ayurvedic medicines, for which standardised drugs are not available in the market.
- 1919 - Establishment of research laboratories
The need to develop scientific processes and quality checks for mass production of traditional Ayurvedic medicines leads to establishment of research laboratories.
- 1920 - Expands further
Dabur expands further with new manufacturing units at Narendrapur and Daburgram. The distribution of Dabur products spreads to Bihar and the North-East.
- 1936 - Dabur India (Dr. S.K. Burman) Pvt. Ltd.
Dabur becomes a full-fledged company - Dabur India (Dr. S. K. Burman) Pvt. Ltd.
- 1972 - Shift to Delhi
Dabur's operations shift to Delhi. A new manufacturing plant is set up in temporary premises in Faridabad on the outskirts of Delhi.
- 1979 -Sahibabad factory / Dabur Research & Development Centre (DRDC)
Commercial production starts in the new Sahibabad factory of Dabur, one of the largest and best equipped production facilities for Ayurvedic medicines. Launch of full-fledged research operations in pioneering areas of health care with establishment of the Dabur Research & Development Centre (DRDC).