These generous loans almost immediately helped the company rake in significant profits.
In FY09, the first full financial year after Yajee entered Onkareshwar and helped Vadra buy the 3.5 acre Shikohpur land, the company booked a profit of Rs 43.04 crore.
This was an increase of 173 times over FY08's net profit of Rs 24.85 lakh.
The entire FY09 profits were retained in the business as reserves and surplus.
There was no remarkable increase in reserves in FY10.
But by FY11, the company's reserves grew to a formidable Rs 136.55 crore.