Qasim Mohamed Mitha

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Qasim Mohamed Mitha
All Nicknames
  • Qasim Seth
Town of birth
  • Bombay
Date of Birth
  • 1872
Date of Death
  • 1920
Place of Death
  • Bombay
Place of longest stay
  • Bombay
Profession or occupation carriedout for the longest period in life
  • Business, Philanthropist
Where-City or Country
  • Bombay
Children

Born in 1872 Bombay

Mr. Mithabhai Nathoo a pioneer from Jamanager, by dint of sheer hard work, honesty and intelligence was able to establish a big Copper and Brass utensil shop at Kansara Chawl, Kulbadevi in the year 1841 and name his shop "Khoja Mithabhai Nathoo". His son Mahomed Mitha Nathoo carried on his business after his death and at his death, the business was left to Cassim Mahomed Mitha Nathoo, the maternal uncle of Habib Esmail.

Qasim Mohd Mitha was the owner of Khoja Mithabhai Nathoo & Sons and was a man of means. He was born around 1872 & expired in the 1920s. Was a Philanthropist, started a girl's orphanage in Bombay "Khoja Mitha Girls 0rphanage", which later became "Habib Girls Orphanage" being named after Habib Ismail who was his sister's son and used to work for his Uncle Qasim Mitha Seth.