About JMJ

JMJ Profile

JMJ group is a dynamic group incorporated in 1995 with a single entity that focused on perfumery blending and manufacturing of unique essential oil extracts (flavors and fragrances) that are used by most of the leading brands of pan masala, chewing tobacco, mouth fresheners, incense sticks and similar products. Within a short span, the group diversified into a large conglomerate with a multi faceted presence which includes Manufacturing and Blending of edible Perfumes and Essential Oils, Construction, Infrastructure, Hospitality and Health Clubs, Travel and Tourism, FMCG and Packaged Drinking Water, Paper Industry and Entertainment.


Mr. J.M. Joshi is a self-made man. For over 3 decades, he has been continuously engaged in experimentation with perfumery blending. He started working in the family trade at the age of 15 due to the untimely demise of his father. It was his passion to introduce new versions of flavors, to be used in chewing tobacco, pan masala, agarbatti, mouth freshener, etc. Through innovation, intense research and development, Mr. Joshi had helped to introduce brands like Pan Shahi, Santoor, Manikchand, Star, Goa, Vazir, Sitar, Sikandar, etc.

JM Group (now known as the JMJ Group) was founded by Mr. J. M. Joshi in the year 1995 with a personal Perfumery Blending Section. The Founder and Chairman of the JMJ Group of Companies, Mr. J.M. Joshi, himself is a well known master blender of edible perfumery compounds, which are largely used in chewing tobacco, pan masala and agarbatti industries. Mr. Joshi also established a Unit for manufacturing unique and monopolistic essential oils by extracting Attars through Well-known conventional method of hydro-distillation process.

Mr. J. M. Joshi has been awarded with a Patent for a Process of Manufacturing Mouth Refreshing Preparation by the Patents Office, Government of India, Mumbai. He is also the Founder Chairman of All India Tobacco and Pan Masala Manufacturers Association and a Life Member of the Essential Oils Association of India.