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List of Indian people by net worth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of richest Indians by net worth based on an annual assessment of wealth and assets compiled and published by Forbes magazine in 2019. In the same year India had 106 billionaires which put the country fourth in the world, after the United States, China and Germany.[1]

2019 Indian billionaires top 50 list

Rank Name Net worth (USD) Sources of wealth
1 Mukesh Ambani 81.6 billion petrochemicals, oil & gas, telecom
2 Lakshmi Mittal 15.7 billion steel
3 Shiv Nadar 14.6 billion software services
4 Azim Premji 13.6 billion software services
5 Uday Kotak 11.8 billion banking
6 Kumar Mangalam Birla 11.1 billion commodities
7 Radhakishan Damani & family 11.1 billion investments, retail
8 Cyrus Poonawalla 9.5 billion vaccines
9 Gautam Adani 8.7 billion commodities, ports
10 Dilip Shanghvi 7.6 billion pharmaceuticals
11 Nusli Wadia 7.0 billion consumer goods
12 Sunil Mittal & family 6.5 billion telecom
13 Savitri Jindal & family 5.9 billion steel
14 Benu Gopal Bangur 5.2 billion cement
15 Balkrishna 4.9 billion consumer goods
16 Bajaj brothers 4.8 billion diversified
17 Karsanbhai Patel 4.7 billion consumer goods
18 Kushal Pal Singh 4.7 billion real estate
19 M. A. Yusuff Ali 4.7 billion hospitality, retail
20 Rahul Bajaj 4.4 billion motorcycles
21 Kuldip & Gurbachan Singh Dhingra 4.4 billion paints
22 Ajay Piramal 4.4 billion pharmaceuticals
23 Vikram Lal 4.3 billion motorcycles
24 Micky Jagtiani 4.1 billion retail
25 Kapil & Rahul Bhatia 4.0 billion airlines
26 Sudhir & Samir Mehta 4.0 billion diversified
27 Ashwin Dani 3.9 billion paints
28 Ravi Pillai 3.9 billion construction
29 Anil Agarwal 3.8 billion mining, metals
30 Hasmukh Chudgar 3.6 billion pharmaceuticals
31 Pankaj Patel 3.6 billion pharmaceuticals
32 Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw 3.5 billion biotech
33 Pawan Munjal & family 3.5 billion motorcycles
34 Murali Divi 3.4 billion pharmaceuticals
35 Mahendra Choksi & family 3.1 billion paints
36 Chandru Raheja 2.9 billion real estate
37 Vinod Gupta & Anil Rai Gupta 2.8 billion electrical equipment
38 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala 2.8 billion investments
39 Mangal Prabhat Lodha 2.8 billion real estate
40 Kalanithi Maran 2.8 billion media
41 P. V. Ramprasad Reddy 2.8 billion pharmaceuticals
42 Shashi & Ravi Ruia 2.8 billion diversified
43 B. R. Shetty 2.8 billion healthcare
44 Smita Crishna-Godrej 2.7 billion consumer goods
45 Adi Godrej 2.7 billion consumer goods
46 Jamshyd Godrej 2.7 billion consumer goods
47 Nadir Godrej 2.7 billion consumer goods
48 Rishad Naoroji 2.7 billion consumer goods
49 Aloke Lohia 2.6 billion petrochemicals
50 Vijay Shekhar Sharma 2.6 billion financial technology

Source:[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ "Mapping the world's richest". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-07-08.
  2. ^ "Billionaires 2019". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-07-08.
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