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Byram Dinshawji Avari

Byram D. Avari
Born 1942
Era 1980s
Region Pakistan
MainĀ interests Sailing, Social Work, Politics

Byram Dinshawji Avari is a prominent Pakistani businessman and twice Asian Games gold medalist. He is based in Karachi, Sindh.


Avari is married to Gosphi and has two sons including, Xerxes.

Business Concerns

Together with his sons, Dinshaw and Xerxes, he owns and operates the Avari Group of companies, of which he is the chairman.

Hotel management is the Avari Group's core business. In Pakistan, the group owns and operates Avari Hotels which includes 5-star deluxe hotel in Lahore, the 5-star Avari Towers and the seafront Beach Luxury Hotel in Karachi. The group is also actively pursuing opportunities for owning and/or managing 3 and 4-star properties elsewhere in Pakistan.

The Avari Group is the first Pakistani company to have obtained international hotel management contracts: they operate the 200-room 4-star hotel in Dubai in United Arab Emirates and manage the 200-room Ramada Inn in Toronto at Pearson Airport in Canada.

Honorary Consul

Avari is the Honorary Consul, or diplomatic representative, for Canada.


Avari was the Commodore of Karachi Yacht Club in 1976 and again in 1980.[1] He was a gold medallist in 'enterprise class' yachting at the 1978 Asian Games in Bangkok with Munir Sadiq[2] and again at the 1982 Asian Games in New Delhi with his wife, Goshpi.[3] He also won a silver medal at the Enterprise World Championship held in Canada in 1978.

Parsi Community

Avari was Chairman of the Karachi Parsi Anjuman[4]

See also


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