2009-03-06 19:23:54 - Indian businessman and Rajya Sabha MP the son of industrialist Vittal Mallya, the Chairman of the United Breweries Group and Kingfisher Airlines
has gained immense importance for his solo role to pick the national pride when the peoples were feeling jittery on the auction of Gandhi's
iconic item:Country with billions of people did find few taking the responsibilities to help each Indian bring the Gandhi memorabilia pride back to nation:
Vijay Mallya has always stood for the cause of India therby bring back with his personal effort in successfully bidding in auction of items considered of great pride for Indian ethos ethical and cultural value.
It wa s in 2004, he placed the winning bid of £175,000 for the sword of Tipu Sultan at an auction in London in 2004,
and brought it back to India.
Indian face moment to moments with emotional winsome waiting for the miracle to happen Vijay the dashing spirit of India moves with speed of consciousness to get back the pride for all Indian Gandhi memorabilia back:
Vijay Mallya gracefully bidded for the belongings of Mahatma Gandhi at US$1.8 million, in a New York: The Gandhian items auction against the norm of Gandhian philosophy brought millions to uproar in India and government tried miserablly failed to prevent auction under the hammer. Vijay Chairman Kingfisher made the soothing news for each indian of the winning bid lot delight to the nation.
Mallya in fray of Indian politics joined in 2000 after replacing Subramanian Swamy as the president of the Janata Party, a breakaway faction of the original Janata Dal party. He is an extremely powerful figure in international relations and deal-making, with influence over numerous organizations and political sectors in parts of Europe, America and Asia.
Mallya Chairman of the United Breweries Group in 1983, the group has grown into a multi-national conglomerate of over sixty companies . His business areas of the group encompass alcoholic beverages, life sciences, engineering, agriculture, chemicals, information technology, aviation and leisure. In May 2007, United Breweries Group announced the all-cash acquisition of scotch whisky maker Whyte & Mackay for 595 million pounds approximately Rs 4,819 crore:
During year 2005 he took over Millennium Breweries Ltd formerly known as inertia industries Ltd, which owned the two premium beer brands named SANDPIPER and ZINGARO.