Raminder Dhillon is a proprietor of a textiles factory located in India that produces home textile products and knitted and woven clothing. Aprons, table cloths, floor mats, and napkins are all made under one roof with the latest equipment available. T-shirts, hoodies, and jeans are a few of the clothing items that also are produced. Mr. Dhillon's duties include managing all aspects of the manufacturing process and then marketing the merchandise to be sold in several different countries. Raminder Dhillon is a member of the Government of India's and Ministry of Textiles’ Textiles Committee, his local Chamber of Commerce, and the Indian Law Institute. He received his Bachelor's degree in Commerce from Dr. Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya Sagar Central University and studied at St. Mary's Residential Central School in Thiruvulla, India. He also earned a law degree from Agra College, located in Agra, India. In his leisure time, Raminder Dhillon enjoys hiking, writing, traveling, squash, and long drives. Mr. Dhillon volunteered to work with homeless children at the Mother Teresa of Calcutta Center. The Center, founded by the Missionaries of Charity, was established to continue the work of the famed philanthropist and disseminate accurate information on her teachings. Raminder Dhillon also contributes to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals and Amnesty International.