By: Sanjay Verma
Pawan Munjal, an automotive industry leader, is the Executive Chairman of Hero MotoCorp, the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer. His net worth, as of July 25, 2023, stands at $1.3 billion, according to Forbes.
10. Pawan Munjal
Vijay Shekhar Sharma, an Indian tech entrepreneur and multimillionaire, holds the position of CEO at Paytm. With a net worth of $1.5 billion, he stands as India's youngest billionaire.
9. Vijay Sharma
Anand Burman, a fifth-generation member of the renowned Burman family, relinquished his role as chairman of Dabur, India's fourth-largest consumer goods company, after more than a decade, in July 2019. In 2023, his net worth is reported at $2.25 billion.
8. Anand Burman
Vivek Chand Burman, Chairman Emeritus of Dabur, India's consumer goods company, joined in 1954, became chairman in 1998, and is the oldest Burman family member. His net worth is $2.6 billion (Forbes).
7. V.C Burman
Kuldip Singh Dhingra chairs Berger Paints India, the country's second-largest paint maker by revenue, which acquired Berger Paints in 1991, then the smallest paint maker in India, from Vijay Mallya. Berger Paints also operates in Bangladesh, Nepal, Poland, and Russia. Dhingra's net worth is $3.7 billion.
6. Kuldip Dhingra
Rajiv Singh holds a significant role in DLF Limited, a major Indian real estate developer. His wealth is closely linked to his substantial ownership within DLF. Additionally, DLF's Chairman possesses a wealth of $6.8 billion.
5. Rajiv Singh
Vikram Lal, the leader of Eicher Motors, famous for Royal Enfield motorcycles, saw substantial growth in the fiscal year ending March 2023, selling over 800,000 bikes, a 38% increase. His net worth as of 2023 is $6.11 billion.
4. Vikram Lal
Ravi Jaipuria, India's "cola king," leads RJ Corp., a diversified conglomerate involved in beverages, fast food, healthcare, and education. His flagship company, Varun Beverages, is one of PepsiCo's major global bottlers, and his net worth as of 2023 is $12 billion.
3. Ravi Jaipuria
Sunil Mittal, telecom tycoon, heads Bharti Airtel, one of India's largest mobile operators with 490+ million customers, competing with Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea. He also co-owns Airtel Payments Bank with Kotak Mahindra Bank's Uday Kotak. As of 2023, his net worth is $14.8 billion.
2. Sunil Mittal
Shiv Nadar is the founder of HCL, a leading IT services company in India. His wealth, estimated at over $29.3 billion, reflects his success in the tech industry. He is also known for philanthropic efforts through the Shiv Nadar Foundation, focusing on education and healthcare initiatives.
1. Shiv Nadar