Forbes list of richest billionaires: Forbes lists Mukesh Ambani as India’s richest man, followed by Gautam Adani.
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The second richest Indian is Gautam Adani. Who have diversified into the group’s business and bought a significant portion of India’s airport management and operations business, with total assets of $ 50.5 billion.
Adani acquired a 744 per cent stake in Mumbai International Airport, the country’s second busiest, last September. He sold a 20 percent stake in his listed renewable company Adani Green Energy to the French energy giant for 2.2 billion.
Shiv Nadar is the founder of HCL, the third richest Indian in the 2021 Forbes list of India’s 10 richest millionaires. Whose assets amount to 23.5 billion.
Last July, Nader made his 9.9 billion (revenue) debut by handing over his daughter Roshni Nader Malhotra as chairman of HCL Technologies.
Avenue Supermarkets founder Radhakishan Damani (.5 1.5.5 billion) and Kotak Mahindra Bank MD Uday Kotak are fourth and fifth on the list.