1. Rahul Bajaj
Rahul Bajaj is the chairman of Bajaj Auto. Rahul\'s granddad Jamnalal Bajaj established the Bajaj Group in 1926 and his dad Kamalnayan Bajaj succeeded him until 1942. Kamalnayan began the forerunner to Bajaj Auto. Inside three years he ventured into new organizations, including cement, electrical appliances and scooters.
Rahul Bajaj: US $4.4 billion115 Clicks View Details
2. M A Yusuffali
M.A. Yusuff Ali presides over $8.4 billion (revenue) LuLu Group, with 178 stores in the Gulf region and elsewhere.He is called as Middle East retail king.
M A Yusuffali: US $4.7 billion117 Clicks View Details
3. Kushal Pal Singh
Kushal Pal Singhi the CEO of DLF organization. Kushal Pal Singh, as indicated by the Forbes posting of most richest billionaires in 2009, was the 98th most richest man on the planet and the world's richest property developer.
Kushal Pal Singh: US $4.7 billion
4. Karsanbhai Patel
Dr. Karsanbhai Khodidas Patel is the founder of the present Rs. 3550 crore Nirma group with main activities in detergents, soaps, cosmetics, and salt.
Karsanbhai Patel: US $4.7 billion
5. Shekhar Bajaj
Shekhar Ramkrishna Bajaj is a businessperson who has been at the helm of 12 different companies and presently is Chairman of Hercules Hoists Ltd., Chairman for Bajaj Ventures Ltd., Chairman & Managing Director at Bajaj Electricals Ltd.,
Shekhar Bajaj: US $4.8 billion
Balkrishna is an Indian billionaire and the owner and chairman of the consumer goods company Patanjali Ayurved.
Balkrishna: US $4.9 billion111 Clicks View Details
7. Benu Gopal Bangur
Bangur is the director of Shree Cement, one of the three greatest cement groups in India. The Kolkata-based organization has yearly generation limit of in excess of 37 million tons and detailed income of $1.8 billion in the year to March 31, 2019. Around one-seventh of its business originates from its power division.
Benu Gopal Bangur: US $5.2 billion
8. Anand Burman
Anand Burman is the fifth era scion of the celebrated Burman family. He has been chairman of the family organization Dabur, India\'s fourth biggest customer products organization, for over 10 years. His riches is for the most part gotten from a 17% stake in the Delhi-headquartered organization, known for its hair oil, fruit juices and health supplements.
Anand Burman: US $5.8 billion
9. Naveen Jindal
Naveen Jindal is an Indian industrialist, and a previous Member of Parliament from Kurukshetra, Haryana (MP). He is the Chairman of Jindal Steel and Power Limited, a piece of the $17 billion diversified O.P. Jindal Group established by his dad.
Naveen Jindal: US $5.9 billion113 Clicks View Details
10. Sunil Mittal
Sunil Bharti Mittal is an Indian entrepreneur and businessperson who founded Bharti Airtel Ltd., Bharti Enterprises Ltd. and Bharti Telecom Ltd. and who has been at the head of 17 different companies.
Sunil Mittal: US $6.5 billion113 Clicks View Details
11. Dilip Shanghvi
Dilip Shanghvi is an Indian business executive who was the founder (1983) of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. The son of a wholesale drug wholesaler, Shanghvi propelled Sun Pharma not long after in the wake of graduating (1982) from the University of Calcutta with a four-year certification in business. assumed the post of managing director. At first, the organization promoted just a few mental medications, yet by the mid-1990s it had opened its own research and manufacturing facilities and included product offerings in the fields of cardiology and gastroenterology.
Dilip Shanghvi: US $7.6 billion
12. Gautam Adani
Gautam Adani is an Indian business tycoon who is the chairman and founder of Adani Group. As per Forbes, his own riches is evaluated to be $7.1 billion as of September 2014. He established The Adani Group in 1988 and today it is an internationally incorporated foundation player with organizations crossing coal trading, coal mining, oil & gas exploration, ports, multi-modal logistics, power generation, Agri Infrastructure, edible oil & transmission and gas distribution.
Gautam Adani: US $8.7 billion118 Clicks View Details
13. Cyrus Poonawalla
Cyrus S. Poonawalla is an Indian businessman, the chairman of Poonawalla Group, which includes the Serum Institute of India. He founded the Serum Institute of India in 1966, with a capital of $12,000. His idea was to develop vaccines by extracting serum from horses. SII became the world’s largest vaccine maker and sells 1.5 billion doses globally. He is called as the vaccine king of India.
Cyrus Poonawalla: US $9.5 billion
14. Chandra Shekhar Ghosh
Chandra Shekhar Ghosh established Bandhan Financial Services Pvt Ltd. Presently, Mr Ghosh is Chairman and Managing Director at this organization and Chief Executive Officer, MD and Executive Director at Bandhan Bank Ltd. (an auxiliary of Bandhan Financial Services Pvt Ltd.). He is additionally on the board group of Sa-Dhan Indexing and Consulting Pvt Ltd. furthermore, President of The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Chandra Shekhar Ghosh: US $10 billion
15. Radhakishan Damani
Veteran, Mumbai investor Radhakishan Damani is called as India's retail king after the March 2017 IPO of his general store chain DMart. Damani additionally holds stakes in the scope of organizations, from tobacco firm VST enterprises to beer maker United Breweries.
Radhakishan Damani: US $11.1 billion110 Clicks View Details
16. Kumar Mangalam Birla
Kumar Mangalam Birla is an Indian industrialist and the Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, one of the biggest conglomerate corporations in India. The gathering is India's third-biggest business group. He is additionally the Chancellor of the Birla Institute of Technology and Science.
Kumar Mangalam Birla: US $11.1 billion
17. Uday Kotak
Uday Kotak is the executive vice-chairman and managing director of Kotak Mahindra Bank and its chief founder and promoter. From a modest beginning in trade finance, Uday fabricated one of India's biggest money related establishments. In 1985, when he was still in his mid-twenties, Kotak thought of setting up a bank when private Indian banks were even seen in the game.
Uday Kotak: US $11.8 billion
18. Lakshmi Niwas Mittal
Lakshmi Niwas Mittal is an Indian born steel magnate, situated in the United Kingdom. He is the executive and CEO of ArcelorMittal, the world's biggest steelmaking organization.
Lakshmi Niwas Mittal: US $13.6 billion
19. Shiv Nadar
Shiv Nadar is the Indian business tycoon and pioneer. He is the executive and chief strategy officer at HCL technologies, a worldwide IT administration organization, with its headquarters in Noida, India. He is the only Indian to set up computer systems industry in India.
Shiv Nadar: US $14.6 billion118 Clicks View Details
20. Azim Premji
Azim Premji, Indian business visionary who filled in as administrator of Wipro Limited, controlling the organization through four years of enhancement and development to rise as a world head in the software industry. By the mid 21st century, Premji had become one of the world's wealthiest individuals.
Azim Premji: US $22.6 billion