Baldeo Das Birla

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Baldeo Das Birla
Born 1863
Died 1956
Occupation Entrepreneur
Net worth £10 million (1956)
Parent(s) Shiv Narain Birla
Gandhi inaugurating the Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi, 1938, with the Birla family

Baldeo Das Birla (also Baldeodas Birla) was an Indian entrepreneur and philanthropist. He contributed to the establishment of the Medical College Calcutta, and also built the Laxminarayan Temple, Delhi, also known as Birla Mandir, which was inaugurated by Mahatma Gandhi in 1939.[1]

He had four sons: Ghanshyam Das Birla, Jugal Kishore, Rameshwar Das and Braj Mohan Birla.

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