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Top 10 richest men in India worth $375.4 bn combined

Top 10 richest men in India worth $375.4 bn combined

In India, many people start businesses and create growth opportunities. Some of them become very rich and influence important parts of the economy.

As India aims to become even more powerful in the world, these rich and influential people will keep playing a big role in India’s economy

BusinessDay reported that the total wealth of India’s richest individuals is on the verge of reaching a trillion dollars, With a record-breaking of $954 bn, marking a significant increase of 41% from last year’s $675 bn. This surge far surpasses the total wealth recorded in 2022, which was $750 bn.

According to the Forbes billionaire list. Here are the top 10 richest men in India worth $375.4 bn combined

Mukesh Ambani – $116.1 Billion

Mukesh Ambani - $116.1 Billion

Mukesh Ambani India’s richest man, the chairman of Reliance Industries His conglomerate spans industries from telecommunications and retail to petrochemicals, with Reliance Jio revolutionizing India’s digital landscape.

Gautam Adani – $83.4 Billion

Gautam Adani - $83.4 Billion

Gautam Adani, the founder and chairman of the Adani Group, has surged in wealth in recent years. His empire encompasses sectors such as infrastructure, energy, logistics, and agribusiness, playing a pivotal role in India’s infrastructure development.

Shiv Nadar – $34.4 Billion

Shiv Nadar - $34.4 Billion

Shiv Nadar, the co-founder of HCL Technologies, is a pioneer in India’s IT industry. His contributions to technology and education through the Shiv Nadar Foundation have left an indelible mark on society, fostering innovation and empowerment.

Dilip Shanghvi – $25.7 Billion

Dilip Shanghvi - $25.7 Billion

Dilip Shanghvi, the founder of Sun Pharmaceuticals, exemplifies the success of India’s pharmaceutical sector. Under his leadership, Sun Pharma has grown into one of the largest generic drug manufacturers globally, addressing healthcare needs worldwide.

Cyrus Poonawalla – $21.1 Billion

Cyrus Poonawalla - $21.1 Billion

Cyrus Poonawalla, the founder of the Serum Institute of India, occupies a prominent position in the global vaccine market. His commitment to affordable vaccines has been instrumental in combating diseases and saving lives on a global scale.

Radhakishan Damani – $21.1 Billion

Radhakishan Damani - $21.1 Billion

Radhakishan Damani, the founder of Avenue Supermarts, has disrupted India’s retail landscape with his chain of supermarkets under the brand name D-Mart. His astute business acumen and focus on value have endeared him to consumers and investors alike.

Kumar Birla – $20.4 Billion

Kumar Birla - $20.4 Billion

Kumar Birla, the chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, presides over a diversified conglomerate with interests in sectors such as metals, cement, and telecommunications. His leadership has steered the group towards sustainable growth and global expansion.

Kushal Pal Singh – $20.4 Billion

Kushal Pal Singh - $20.4 Billion

Kushal Pal Singh, the chairman of DLF Limited, is a prominent figure in India’s real estate sector. His visionary approach to urban development has shaped skylines and communities across the country, contributing to India’s urbanization story.

Lakshmi Mittal – $16.9 Billion

Lakshmi Mittal - $16.9 Billion

Lakshmi Mittal, the chairman and CEO of ArcelorMittal, commands a significant presence in the global steel industry. His strategic investments and acquisitions have propelled ArcelorMittal to become the world’s largest steel producer.

Ravi Jaipuria – $15.9 Billion

Ravi Jaipuria - $15.9 Billion

Ravi Jaipuria, the chairman of RJ Corp, is a stalwart in India’s beverage and food retail sector. His diverse portfolio includes franchises of leading international brands, catering to the evolving tastes of Indian consumers.