Yogendra Durlabhji

Yogendra or "Yogi" briefly studied Architecture at IIT, Kharagpur before switching to a five-year sojourn at St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi where he majored in History. He dabbled in International Relations in California, taught English and History at the Doon School and at Mayo College before undertaking research in Education at the University of Cambridge and, subsequently, at the University of London.

In April 1985, Yogi established the firm M/S K S Durlabhji in partnership with the doyen of the emerald trade, Padmashri Khailshanker Durlabhji. Padmashri Khailshanker Durlabhji was recognized the world over as the Emerald King. Yogi currently devotes countless hours to Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital, a not-for-profit trust hospital, inaugurated in 1971 by the then Prime Minister, Smt. Indira Gandhi.

In addition, Yogi has been actively involved with CII, TiE, the World Economic Forum, WWF and AIESEC at national, international and board levels. He has been a member of over a dozen international business delegations, including the CII delegation that accompanied Prime Minister Vajpayee to Jamaica for the G-15 meet in 1999.


2002 President, TiE, Jaipur

1998-99 Chairman, CII National Committee on Sports

1997-98 CII-Chairman, Rajasthan State Council

Vice-President of Games and Sports, St.Stephen's College, Delhi University (1971-72)

Chairman, CII National Committee on Gems and Jewellery (2009-2010)

Nirmala Durlabhji

Nirmala is actively involved with business as well as the hospital. She is also a trustee of the Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital, and participates passionately in the day-to-day deliberations of the hospital.

She is also on the Board of Governors of the Maharani Gayatri Devi School, Jaipur, a leading public school for girls in India. She is also a Director of the Museum of Gem and Jewellery Federation Jaipur.

She was Advisor to FICCI Ladies’ Organisation (FLO), Rajasthan Chapter for the year 2007-08.

Ruchi Durlabhji

After majoring in History from St. Stephen’s College, University of Delhi, Ruchi has been actively involved in business since 2003.

She was an Executive Committee member of YI (Young Indians), Rajasthan Chapter, for the year 2012-13. She is also an active member of TiE Rajasthan.