The Indian city of Ratlam is located in the Malwa region in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The city was created soon after the Indian independence and it functions as the administrative headquarters of the Ratlam district. The city was founded by a descendant of Raja Udai Singh of Jodhpur, in the year 1652. Ratlam is known for its love of food - especially the world-famous salty snack called the Ratlami Sev. The city is also known for its purity of gold jewelry and its saree market. The Ratlami Sev is exported to foreign countries including the US and the Gulf. These three considerably contribute to the citys economic growth. Ratlam also has several industries manufacturing copper wire, plastic ropes, artificial oxygen and chemicals. The city also has a thriving market for traditional Rajasthani as well as Gujarati handwork and kitchen wares. Ratlam has quite a few good schools and colleges, but the government is establishing more educational institutions to offer a variety of courses to the young talents of Ratlam. The most famous Jain pilgrimages - Shri Nageshwar Parshwanath Tirth and Bibrod Tirth are located in Ratlam. The city also has other places of tourist attraction such as Kalika Mata Temple, Isarthuni, Bilpank Mahadev Temple, Satrunda Mataji Temple, Kedareshwar Temple, Cactus Garden, Hussain Tekri, etc.
Muthoot Finance Ltd. is known as one the large gold financing company in the world. The company also offers other services a part from gold financing such as , money transfers, wealth management services,foreign exchange , travel and tourism and selling of gold coins at branches of Muthoot Finance Ltd. The headquarters of the company is located in Kerala, India, and it operates over 4,400 branches across India. Overseas, It has established its office in the UK, the US, and the UAE. The stocks of the company are listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange, while the company comes under the brand umbrella of the Muthoot Group. The target market of Muthoot Finance consists of small businesses, SME business owners, vendors, farmers, traders, and salaried individuals. In 1939, M George Muthoot founded Muthoot Finance. The Reserve Bank of India has licensed Moothot Finance company under Companies act of 1956 to operate as NBFC without taking public deposits, and it is liberated from Money Lenders Acts provisions in Karnataka and other states. The gold loan business of the company constitutes more than 99% of its total revenue.