Busi­ness Di­vi­sion of the Kal­pataru Group

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Kal­pataru Group Sin­gle Point So­lu­tions Provider and Fa­cil­i­ta­tor for Green Build­ing Ac­tiv­i­ties

Kal­pavruk­sha as the name sug­gests is the mytho­log­i­cal tree of wish ful­fill­ment. It em­bod­ies the tree’s abil­ity to ful­fill ev­ery per­son’s wish, a ful­fill­ment that the com­pany would like to pro­vide to each one of their cus­tomers. Kal­pataru Group was es­tab­lished in 1969 by Mr. Mo­fa­traj. P. Munot who is the pro­moter of this Group. The main fo­cus of this group is on the devel­op­ment of pre­mium res­i­den­tial, com­mer­cial, re­tail, life­style gated com­mu­ni­ties, in­te­grated town­ships, and re­de­vel­op­ment projects pri­mar­ily in the Mum­bai Met­ro­pol­i­tan

Mo­fa­traj P. Munot – Chair­man

Re­gion (MMR) and Pune. The group is also un­der­tak­ing projects in other key cities such as Surat, Hy­der­abad, Jaipur, Nag­pur and Udaipur.

Mo­fa­traj Munot se­lected In­fra per­son at CWI Awards

The re­sults are out fi­nally. Mo­fa­traj Munot, founder chair­man and chief The Munot Foun­da­tion, a pub­lic char­i­ta­ble trust, cre­ated by the Chair­man, Mr. Mo­fa­traj Munot in Septem­ber 1988 is in­stru­men­tal in car­ry­ing out so­cial and char­i­ta­ble work. Un­der the Foun­da­tion’s aus­pices, numer­ous acts of char­ity have been car­ried out. Former real es­tate bro­ker, Mo­fa­traj Munot is now one of Mum­bai’s lead­ing prop­erty de­vel­op­ers. His pri­vately held Kal­pataru Con­struc­tions has a dozen on­go­ing projects in Mum­bai and Pune, in­clud­ing a 5-mil­lion-square-foot town­ship in sub­ur­ban Mum­bai. It’s also clos­ing in on a deal to ac­quire 108 acres in Mum­bai from Bayer’s In­dian arm. He’s build­ing a hos­tel for poor stu­dents in Mum­bai. Firm’s other in­ter­ests in­clude prop­erty man­age­ment, power trans­mis­sion, lo­gis­tics and tele­com in­fra­struc­ture. His son Parag works with him. He made money dur­ing the 1970s oil boom as a con­trac­tor in the Mid­dle East. To­day his Kal­pataru Group is one of Mum­bai’s lead­ing prop­erty de­vel­op­ers with in­ter­ests in power trans­mis­sion, lo­gis­tics and tele­com in­fra­struc­ture. List­ing of his pri­vately held prop­erty firm Kal­pataru is on hold in light of fall­ing mar­ket. • The Munot Foun­da­tion has been or­gan­is­ing“Os­teopa­thy Camp” at Kal­pataru Syn­ergy in Mum­bai. The re­cent one was held from 23rd De­cem­ber, 2009 to 25th De­cem­ber, 2009. Renowned Os­teopath from Jodh­pur, Dr. Go­vard­han­lalji Parashar and his as­so­ci­ates, had ren­dered their ser­vices for the camp. Treat­ment at the camp was of­fered with­out any charge. The group un­der­takes beau­ti­fi­ca­tion and main­te­nance of city roads and traf­fic is­lands to im­prove the ci­tys­cape through­out the city. One of the group’s Projects, Kal­pataru Heights was awarded the “Best Il­lu­mi­nated Build­ing” award as part of the City Beau­ti­fy­ing Drive. This drive was or­ga­nized by an NGO. The group has Mo­bile Crèches, or­gan­ised by an NGO, at a num­ber of its sites. Th­ese Mo­bile Crèches take care of the con­struc­tion work­ers’ chil­dren and ed­u­cate them while their par­ents work on the site. Kal­pataru helps to im­prove the stan­dard of liv­ing among the less priv­i­leged, and give them a chance for a bet­ter to­mor­row. Kal­pataru pro­vides ed­u­ca­tional in­fra­struc­ture and text­books and note­books for needy stu­dents. It also helps in pro­vid­ing means of liveli­hood to the wid­ows and el­derly. An elec­tric sub­sta­tion was built to serve the towns of Nak­sha­trana and Khe­doi in Gu­jarat af­ter the 2001 earth­quake. The group es­tab­lish­ment of a drink­ing water sys­tem for the city of Pi­par, and its sur­round­ing ar­eas in Ra­jasthan - a re­gion that has suf­fered from chronic droughts. • A Free Mo­bile Sur­gi­cal and Eye Camp was or­gan­ised for the ci­ti­zens of Pi­par and its neigh­bor­ing cities. This camp was con­ducted for ten days, with a record of 45 doc­tors. Ap­prox­i­mately 9000 peo­ple were suc­cess­fully treated at this camp.

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