Dabur India Share Price

Share Price
641.10 (+1.38%)
52 Week High
648.70
52 Week Low
489.20
All Time High
658.95
Last Updated
18 July 2024

Dabur is a household name in India. The company has a 139-year record of quality and excellence.

The company was founded by a Bengal physician, Dr. S. K. Burman. It is the result of his aim to make medicines available and affordable to people in rural communities.

He became famous for his trusted and efficient cures, and people started calling him ‘Daktar’. And that is how his company, Dabur India, earned its name – taken from the Devanagari translation of Daktar Burman, the title incorporates the words “da” and “bur.”

Dr Burman officially incorporated Dabur in 1884 to manufacture and distribute Ayurvedic remedies to the masses.

In 1979, the Dabur Research Foundation (DRF) was founded to provide pre-clinical services for developing and discovering new drugs. It led Dabur’s research and development efforts, making it India’s biggest producer of Ayurvedic medicines.

Dabur was popular for its

Dabur introduced real fruit juice through its entirely owned consumer goods company, Dabur Foods, which was established in 1997.

Vatika, the second-biggest brand of Dabur, was established in 1995. It was dedicated to hair care. The brand emerged as a significant catalyst for the company’s expansion.

In 2003, Dabur separated its pharmaceutical division and established Dabur Pharma Ltd. as a stand-alone corporation.

Talking of its business operations, the company operates in 120+ countries, with 25% of revenue from global sales. Overseas subsidiaries contribute 30% to total revenues, with a presence in the UK, Nepal, Egypt, and Turkey.

Dabur’s business operations expanded globally, reaching 120+ countries, with 25% of revenue from international sales. Overseas subsidiaries contributed 30% to total revenues, demonstrating a solid global presence, including the UK, Nepal, Egypt, and Turkey.

Dabur India has impressive financial strength, with annual revenues surpassing Rs 12,000 Crore and a solid Market Capitalization of around ₹ 1 Lakh Crore.

Its FMCG portfolio comprises nine Power Brands, including Dabur Chyawanprash, Dabur Honey, and Vatika.

Beyond business, Dabur acknowledges its social responsibility through Sundesh, a charitable initiative founded by Dabur’s founder, Burman. Sundesh focuses on health, education, and social welfare, showcasing Dabur’s commitment to making a positive impact on communities.

Dabur India Share Price History

Year Share Price Gain / Loss
1994 ₹ 5.10
1995 ₹ 3.90 - 23.5%
1996 ₹ 4.20 + 7.7%
1997 ₹ 3.40 - 19.0%
1998 ₹ 7.10 + 108.8%
1999 ₹ 19.70 + 177.5%
2000 ₹ 11.30 - 42.6%
2001 ₹ 11.40 + 0.9%
2002 ₹ 7.30 - 36.0%
2003 ₹ 14.80 + 102.7%
2004 ₹ 15.50 + 4.7%
2005 ₹ 35.10 + 126.5%
2006 ₹ 49.00 + 39.6%
2007 ₹ 57.10 + 16.5%
2008 ₹ 42.00 - 26.4%
2009 ₹ 79.50 + 89.3%
2010 ₹ 100.25 + 26.1%
2011 ₹ 99.75 - 0.5%
2012 ₹ 128.80 + 29.1%
2013 ₹ 170.20 + 32.1%
2014 ₹ 233.60 + 37.3%
2015 ₹ 276.60 + 18.4%
2016 ₹ 277.00 + 0.1%
2017 ₹ 348.60 + 25.8%
2018 ₹ 431.00 + 23.6%
2019 ₹ 458.00 + 6.3%
2020 ₹ 534.00 + 16.6%
2021 ₹ 580.00 + 8.6%
2022 ₹ 563.00 - 2.9%
2023 ₹ 556.65 - 1.1%
2024 ₹ 641.10 + 15.2%

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  • During 1994, the share price of Dabur India was ₹ 5.1.
  • If you had bought shares worth ₹ 2500 in 1994, you would have 4902 shares today.
  • At the end of 2024, the current value of your shares would be ₹ 3142647.

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