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The Top Indian Billionaires

Who are the Top Indian Billionaires? As India’s economy encounters exponential evolution, that might continually be a question you wonder about. A total number of Indians, 200 in total, have made it to the 2024 World’s Billionaires checklist

Mukesh Ambani

Mr. Mukesh Ambani, the Managing Director and Chairman of Reliance Industries, is India’s richest person. As documented, Reliance Industries has a payment of over Rs 9.03 lakh crore ($109.4 billion). It is involved in various sectors such as petrochemicals, oil and gas, retail, telecom, and more. Ambani’s three children, Akash, Anant, and Isha, are vigorously involved in handling various divisions of the conglomerate. Under Ambani’s visionary leadership, Reliance Industries has witnessed tremendous growth and expansion, making it one of the largest and most successful business entities in India. The company’s diversified portfolio and innovative approach have enabled it to stay ahead of the curve, with Ambani’s children playing a significant role in shaping its future. As the next generation of leaders, they are bringing fresh ideas and perspectives to the table, ensuring the continued success and growth of Reliance Industries. With their combined efforts, the Ambani family is set to take the company to even greater heights, solidifying its position as a leading player in the global business landscape.

Gautam Adani

Gautam Shantilal Adani, an Indian billionaire manufacturer, is renowned as the creator and chairman of the Adani Group. This multinational partnership is involved in port processes and development within India. The Adani Foundation, founded by Gautam Adani in 1996, has his wife, Priti Adani, acting as its chairperson. The group’s company interests include various sectors, including ports, airports, power generation and transmission, and green energy. Adani is acknowledged as India’s largest airport operator and also maintains Gujarat’s Mundra Port, the country’s largest.

Shiv Nadar

Shiv Nadar is the owner of the HCL group and a pioneer of the IT enterprise in India. HCL boasts famous clientele such as Cisco, Microsoft, and Boeing. In honour of his remarkable contributions to the IT industry, the Indian administration bestowed Mr Nadar with the Padma Bhushan, India’s esteemed third-highest civilian honour, in 2008. Mr Nadar is a highly respected philanthropist. He has donated Rs 2,042 crore in late 2023 to various causes.


Savitri Jindal & family

Savitri Jindal is an Indian politician and entrepreneur who holds the revered status of emeritus chair at the OP Jindal Group. The different divisions of the business are run by her four sons: Prithviraj, Sajjan, Ratan and Naveen Jindal. Further, JSW Sports, the sports section of the JSW Group, serves as part of the conglomerate that spans India, the US, South America, Europe, and Africa. Its purpose is to energetically donate to developing a vibrant sports ecosystem in India. Savitri Jindal is the wealthiest woman in India.

Dilip Shanghvi
Dilip Shanghvi is a major Indian enterprise tycoon and the predictor behind Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, the first Indian pharma company with a $5 billion valuation. He succeeded Sun through a succession of acquisitions, the most significant of which was the 2014 acquisition of scandal-tainted rival Ranbaxy Laboratories for $4 billion.

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