Providing goodness of nature in your service since 1906
The word “Hamdard” belongs to the Persian language, which is the combination of “Ham” and “Dard”. “Ham” means friend, “Dard” means pain, so Hamdard means friend of pain or who share the pain of others.
The Hamdard story had begun in 1906, when late Hakeem Hafiz Abdul Majeed founded the Hamdard in Delhi (India). It started as a health service later diversified into an education and a socio-cultural movement in the shape of a charity. Despite the paucity of resources, he aimed high-
– To preserve and promote the Eastern System of Medicine as a science.
– To establish the principles of pharmacy and its furtherance and standardization.
– To supply economically the standard pharmaceuticals.
– To teach and publicize principles of health, hygiene and medical science.
– To serve the people selflessly.