Forbes list of Indian billionaires

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The Forbes list of Indian billionaires is based on an annual assessment of wealth and assets compiled and published by Forbes magazine in 2018.[1]

2018 List of Billionaires[edit]

The following is a list of all Indian billionaires and their world rankings as of 2018.

India World Name Age City of residence Net worth (in US$) Industry Note
01 19 Mukesh Ambani 62 Mumbai 40.1 billion Increase Diversified Richest Asian as of October 2018
02 58 Azim Premji 73 Bangalore 18.8 billion Increase Software services
03 62 Lakshmi Mittal 68 London 18.5 billion Increase Steel
04 98 Shiv Nadar 73 New Delhi 14.6 billion Increase Software services
05 115 Dilip Shanghvi 63 Mumbai 12.8 billion Decrease Pharmaceutical
06 127 Kumar Birla 51 11.8 billion Increase Commodity
07 143 Uday Kotak 60 10.7 billion Increase Banking
08 151 Radhakishan Damani 64 10 billion Decrease Investment, retail
09 154 Gautam Adani 56 Ahmedabad 9.7 billion Increase Commodity, Infrastructure
10 170 Cyrus Poonawalla 73 Pune 9.1 billion Decrease Vaccines
11 176 Savitri Jindal 69 Hisar 8.8 billion Increase Steel
12 Sunil Mittal 61 New Delhi 8.8 billion Increase Telecom
13 265 Kushal Pal Singh 87 6.4 billion Increase Real estate
14 274 Balkrishna 46 Haridwar 6.3 billion Increase consumer goods
15 Vikram Lal 77 New Delhi 6.3 billion Increase Motorcycle
16 281 Nusli Wadia 75 Mumbai 6.2 billion Decrease Motorcycle
17 289 Benu Gopal Bangur 88 Kolkata 6 billion Increase Cement
18 372 Kalanithi Maran 54 Chennai 5.2 billion Increase Broadcast
19 388 Subhash Chandra 68 Mumbai 5 billion Increase Broadcast
20 Pankaj Patel 68 Ahmedabad 5 billion Increase Pharmaceutical
21 M. A. Yousuf Ali 63 Abu Dhabi 5 billion Increase Retail
22 404 Ajay Piramal 63 Mumbai 4.9 billion Increase Pharmaceutical
23 422 Bajaj Brothers 4.8 billion Increase Diversified Combined net-worth
24 466 Rahul & Akshit Arora - New Delhi 4.5 billion Increase Airline
25 480 Micky Jagtiani 66 Dubai 4.4 billion Decrease Retail
26 499 Rahul Bajaj 80 Pune 4.3 billion Increase Motorcycle
27 527 Pawan Munjal 68 Delhi 4.1 billion Increase Motorcycle
28 550 B. R. Shetty 76 Abu Dhabi 4.1 billion Increase Health care
29 572 Sudhir & Samir Mehta - Ahmedabad 3.9 billion Increase Diversified
30 B. Ravi Pillai 65 Dubai 3.9 billion Increase Construction
31 606 Mangal Prabhat Lodha 63 Mumbai 3.7 billion Increase Real estate
32 629 Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw 66 Bangalore 3.6 billion Biotech
33 Karsanbhai Patel 75 Ahmedabad 3.6 billion Increase Consumer goods
34 652 Gurbachan & Kuldip Singh Dhingra - New Delhi 3.5 billion Increase Paint Combined net-worth
35 Baba Kalyani 70 Pune 3.5 billion Increase Engineering
36 679 Shashi & Ravi Ruia - Mumbai 3.4 billion Decrease Diversified Combined net-worth
37 703 Anil Agarwal 65 London 3.3 billion Increase Mining, Metal
38 Ashwin Dani 76 Mumbai 3.3 billion Increase Paint
39 729 Sameer Gehlaut 45 3.2 billion Increase Finance
40 766 Rajan Raheja 65 3.1 billion Increase Diversified
41 791 Hasmukh Chudgar 85 Ahmedabad 3 billion Increase Pharmaceutical
42 Rakesh Jhunjhunwala 58 Mumbai 3 billion Increase Investment
43 822 Smita Crishna-Godrej 68 2.9 billion Increase Diversified
44 Adi Godrej 77 2.9 billion Increase Consumer goods
45 Jamshyd Godrej 70 2.9 billion Increase Consumer goods
46 Nadir Godrej 68 2.9 billion Increase Diversified
47 Rishad Naoroji 67 2.9 billion Increase Consumer goods
48 859 Aloke Lohia 60 Bangkok 2.8 billion Increase Petrochemicals
49 Chandru Raheja 76 Mumbai 2.8 billion Increase Petrochemicals
50 688 Anil Ambani 59 2.7 billion Diversified

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World's Billionaires - India". Forbes. Retrieved 2018-10-14.