Asghar adam ali(Al Attar)

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Asghar Adam Ali (born 1953),[no citations needed here] is a perfumer and the founding Chairman of Nabeel Group. He launched his perfume company “Nabeel” – the Noble One in Arabic – in 1969.[1]

Early life

Asghar Adam Ali was born in Aden, known then as the Golden Bird, in the year 1953. He received little formal education, which he acquired partly in India.[2] Asghar Adam Ali's father was an excellent perfumer by profession, while his mother, used to blend her own perfumes, and test them on him. Eventually this gave him a sharp ability to smell and judge a good perfume, as well as memorise the fragrance.[3]

Personal life

His son Mustafa Adam Ali is the Managing Director of the Nabeel Group.[4]

Philanthropy

Asghar Adam Ali has founded a charitable trust and more recently in Africa, India and U.A.E. The trust provides for free education, medical aid and scholarships by partnering with NGOs.[5]

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