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Forbes' list includes India's Top Women billionaires

Indian women have been making remarkable strides in the business world, with many rising through the ranks to establish themselves among the wealthiest individuals in the country. India experienced a notable increase in wealth this year, with 200 Indians securing positions on the Forbes list of the world's billionaires, a substantial rise from 169 in […]

Meet India's Richest Women
Meet India's Richest Women

Indian women have been making remarkable strides in the business world, with many rising through the ranks to establish themselves among the wealthiest individuals in the country. India experienced a notable increase in wealth this year, with 200 Indians securing positions on the Forbes list of the world's billionaires, a substantial rise from 169 in 2023. The collective wealth of these individuals surged to a record $954 billion, marking a 41% increase from the previous year.

India's Female Billionaires:

Savitri Jindal, net worth - $35.5 billion

Leading the pack is Savitri Jindal, with a net worth of $35.5 billion, making her the wealthiest Indian woman. As the matriarch of the Jindal family, she serves as the chairperson of the Jindal Group, a conglomerate with diverse interests spanning steel, power, cement, and infrastructure.

Rekha Jhunjhunwala, net worth - $8.5 billion

Rekha Jhunjhunwala, the widow of renowned investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, inherited a valuable stock portfolio from her husband, who was often likened to India's Warren Buffett for his investment prowess.

Vinod Rai Gupta, net worth - $5 billion

Vinod Rai Gupta has achieved success through her holdings in Havells India, a prominent company known for its electrical and home appliances. Under Ms. Gupta's leadership, Havells India has evolved into a respected brand offering a wide array of products, including lighting fixtures, fans, refrigerators, and washing machines.

Renuka Jagtiani, net worth - $4.8 billion

Renuka Jagtiani serves as the chairperson and CEO of the Landmark Group, a multinational consumer conglomerate in Dubai established by her late husband Micky Jagtiani, who passed away in May 2023. Under her guidance, the Landmark Group has flourished, employing over 50,000 individuals.

Smita Crishna-Godrej, net worth - $3.8 billion

Smita Crishna-Godrej, a member of the Godrej family, holds a significant stake in the family's assets. The Godrej family oversees the Godrej Group, a conglomerate in the consumer goods sector with an annual revenue of $5.7 billion.

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