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The Armayesh Group, headquartered at Mumbai, today comprises 7 privately held companies and a partnership firm. Promoted in September 1972 by Mr. Naozer Jamshed Aga, a first-generation entrepreneur and some of his family members.

Soon after graduating from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, Mr. N.J. Aga joined Voltas Limited (part of the "Tata" Group) in 1962, as a Management Trainee. In a career spanning 10 years there, he rose to the post of All India Product Manager; a job he left to promote the Armayesh Group. The word "Armayesh" came about by combining the names of his two children, son Armand and daughter Ayesha.  

The Promoters (past and present) are as follows :
1. Mr.Naozer J. Aga - Board Chairman
2. Late Mrs.Sheila N. Aga -Past Executive Vice Chairperson
3. Mr.Armand N. Aga - Managing Director
4. Mrs. Jean S. Chawla - Board Director
5. Mrs. Ayesha K DadyBurjor - Board Director
6. Late Mr. Jamshed B. Aga - Past Board Chairman Emeritus
7. Late Mrs. Shirin J. Aga -Past Board Director
8. Late Mr. Sadanand N. Chawla - Past Board Director

a) India - Shapoorjee N. Chandabhoy Design Private Limited, an architectural/designing firm (formed originally in 1868 by the maternal great, great grandfather of Mr.N.J.Aga).

b) Overseas - Privately held Companies controlled and professionally managed outside India. The associated companies are located in Europe and U.S.A. They manufacture, import, export and distribute various products and have finance and investment activities.

process Business Operations:
The Armayesh group has business interests in:Manufacturing & Export - world leader of the highest quality of hand embroidered products for high fashion apparel of fabrics and leather, accessories, interior decor and footwear to the European Union (Italy, Spain, France, Germany, England) U.S.A, Australia, Japan and several other countries.

Exclusively custom designed and tailored hand embroidered ethnic Indian and Western products like saris (particularly parsi garas),dupattas, lenghas, ghagras, cholis, kurtas, jackets, trousers, bustiers, blouses, waistcoats, stoles, scarves, shawls, cushion covers, wall pictures and handbags are also supplied to select customers in India and overseas who visit (by appointment only) the design studio and showroom at Fort, Mumbai.
We have also developed user specific tailor-made computer software for our hand embroidery and finance and investment operations.

Finance and Investment - stocks, bonds, inter-corporate deposits, fixed deposits, bills discounting, etc.
Consultancy - specialising in assisting in the formation of fully owned or joint venture projects in India.

Sales & Financial Performance / Employment
The Armayesh Group is a multi-million dollar operation, providing employment opportunities to over 600 people.

a) State Bank of India, Fort Branch.
b) Bombay Mercantile Co-operative Bank Limited, Fort Branch.

Corporate philosophy
The customer is King.
To attain the highest level of customer satisfaction and service

Quality policy
Total Customer Delight. To abide by all applicable laws, rules and regulations

Adoption of and Adherence to Quality Systems as per ISO 9001: 2000 through efficient personnel and teamwork


  • Best and finest quality of hand embroidered products
  • Timely Delivery
  • Zero Defects
  • Zero customer complaints/div>
  • Zero quality system failures

    Want to know more?

    In March 1998, B.B.C World, featured our hand embroidery design studio, showroom, workshops and operations in their "Style!" TV programme.

    The October 1997 issue of Parsiana featured an extensive cover story article on the group.

    In its August 1998 issue, JetWings (inflight magazine of Jet Airways, India's largest private sector Airline) carried an article "Prized Heirloom" giving a write up and containing photographs of Parsi gara saris designed, embroidered and modelled by Armayesh.

    There's also a clipping of our work, that featured on Japanese National Television. Watch it.

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    • To encourage the growth and welfare of all employee associates
    • To remember that Intellectual Capital is atleast as important as Financial Capital
    • Honesty and integrity should be the guiding principle
    • Reputation is the most valuable asset
    • Means are as important as the ends
    • To gain increasing knowledge, to strive for excellence, to think long term, to be innovative and remain efficient and competitive
    • To remain alert against corporate politics, inertia, bureaucracy and arrogance
    • To focus on and commit to achieving the corporate objectives
    • To always keep debt and borrowing at prudent levels
    • To be financially strong and independent.
    • To maintain a clean and healthy balance sheet
    • To remember that profitability and timely cash generation is as important as growth and expansion.
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