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List of Indian people by net worth

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The list of richest Indians by net worth based on an annual assessment of wealth and assets compiled and published by Forbes magazine. As of 2020, India has 102 billionaires which put the country fourth in the world, after the United States, China and Germany. The number of Indian billionaires have reduced to 102 from 106 in 2019.[1] Mukesh Ambani has been the richest Indian for 13 consecutive years.[2] He is currently world's sixth-richest person.[3] Savitri Jindal is currently India's richest woman topping the list at 19th position.

Top 25 richest Indians

The table below lists India's richest people as per their net worth published by the Forbes in their 2020 India's Richest Net Worth on 10th July 2020.[4]

Rank Name Wealth

Change

Net worth (USD) Company Sources of wealth
1 Mukesh Ambani Increase 88.7 billion Reliance Industries petrochemicals, telecom
2 Gautam Adani Increase 25.2 billion Adani Group commodities, infrastructure, mining
3 Shiv Nadar Increase 20.4 billion HCL Technologies IT services and consulting
4 Radhakishan Damani Increase 15.4 billion Avenue Supermarts investments, retail
5 Hinduja brothers Decrease 12.8 billion Hinduja Group diversified
6 Cyrus Poonawalla Increase 11.5 billion Serum Institute of India biotech
7 Pallonji Mistry Decrease 11.4 billion Shapoorji Pallonji Group construction
8 Uday Kotak Decrease 11.3 billion Kotak Mahindra Bank banking
9 Godrej family Decrease 11 billion Godrej Group consumer goods, real estate
10 Lakshmi Mittal Decrease 10.3 billion ArcelorMittal steel
11 Sunil Mittal Increase 10.2 billion Bharti Enterprises telecom
12 Dilip Shanghvi Increase 9.5 billion Sun Pharmaceutical Industries pharmaceuticals
13 Burman family Increase 9.2 billion Dabur India consumer goods
14 Kumar Mangalam Birla Decrease 8.5 billion Aditya Birla Group textiles, telecom, cement
15 Azim Premji Increase 7.9 billion Wipro Group IT services and consulting
16 Bajaj brothers Decrease 7.4 billion Bajaj Group auto, finance, electrical, steel
17 Madhukar Parekh Decrease 7.2 billion Pidilite Industries adhesives
18 Kuldip & Gurbachan Singh Dhingra Increase 6.8 billion Berger Paints paints, chemicals
19 Savitri Jindal Increase 6.6 billion JSW Group

Jindal Steel & Power

steel, energy, cement and infrastructure
20 Murali Divi Increase 6.5 billion Divi's Laboratories pharmaceuticals
21 Benu Gopal Bangur Decrease 6.1 billion Shree Cement cement
22 Sudhir & Samir Mehta Increase 5.9 billion Torrent Group pharmaceuticals, power, gas, cables
23 Hasmukh Chudgar Increase 5.4 billion Intas Pharmaceuticals pharmaceuticals
24 Ashwin Dani Increase 5.3 billion Asian Paints paints
25 Girdhari Lal Bawri, Rajendra Agarwal

& Banwari Lal Bawri

Increase 5 billion Macleods Pharmaceuticals pharmaceuticals

Source: Forbes India[5]

Top 5 richest Indian women

Rank Name Net worth (USD) Company Sources of Wealth
1 Savitri Jindal 6.6 billion JSW Group

Jindal Steel & Power

steel, energy, cement and infrastructure
2 Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw 4.6 billion Biocon biopharmaceuticals
3 Vinod and Anil Rai Gupta 3.55 billion Havells kitchen appliances, cables, electric goods
4 Leena Tewari 3 billion USV Private Limited pharmaceuticals
5 Mallika Srinivasan 2.54 billion TAFE Limited tractors, agro equipment

Source: Forbes India[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ Ponciano, Jonathan. "The Countries With The Most Billionaires In 2020". Forbes. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  2. ^ "The 15 richest people in India, ranked". Business Insider. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  3. ^ "Mukesh Ambani becomes world's 5th richest man, fortune swells over $2 billion in a day". India Today. July 22, 2020. Retrieved 2020-12-20.
  4. ^ "Forbes India Rich List 2020 - Forbes India Magazine". Forbes India. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  5. ^ "India's 100 Richest People". Forbes. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  6. ^ "Forbes India Rich List 2020: Meet India's wealthiest women | Forbes India | Page 5". Forbes India. Retrieved 2020-12-20.
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