Women in India are slowly endeavouring to find them a unique position in this vast world. We have ‘Richest Indians’ entire seen list dominated by men. While have some of you ever wondered who is the richest woman of India? Here are those top 10 richest Indian women.
- Savitri Jindal
She is 67 year old chairperson of O.P. Jindal Group with the net worth of $6.1billion. After decline in the steel and power industries last year, she rose up again as steel prices recovered.
- Vinod Gupta
Vinod gupta whose late husband founded electrical company Havells, has a net worth of $2.9billion. The company saw a tremendous growth this year due to huge increase in sales.
Kiran is the founder of world’s largest insulin producing company Bicon. They are looking at acquiring a 10% share in the global market. Her current net worth is $2.3 Billion.
- Leena Tewari
Leena Tiwari’s net worth is $2.1 billion. She is the chairperson of USV India, which was founded by her late father. USV is a multinational pharmaceutical and biotechnology company which specializes in diabetic and cardio vascular drugs.
- Indu Jain
She chairs the media powerhouse Bennet, Coleman and Co. which is known for its publications like Times of India and Economic Times. This firm also owns TV channels like, Times Now. The current net worth of this company is $3.2 Billion.
- Smita Crishna-Godrej
She is the sister of Jamshed Naroji Godrej, MD and chairman of Boyce. She was in the headlines couple of years ago when she brought a heritage bunglow worth $60 million, which belonged to Homi Baba – an Indian atomic research scientist.
- Anu Aga
Thermax company based on India and Britan of which 62% is owned by Anu Aga. The company has raised by gaining profit of success through the new business started in the past few years. This company was found by her father A.S. Bathena and later taken over by R.D. Aga, her husband and is now managed by her daughter Meher.
- Shobhana Bhartia
She is the chairperson and editorial director of HT media, Which publishes Hindustan Times and business Paper Mint. Under Bhartia, the business has expanded into diverse media platforms, which include 4 FM radio stations, websites like job portal, Shine.com, Bollywood site Desi Martini.com and a social and digital media platform called Webitude. . In 2013, Bhartia launched MintAsia, a business weekly in Singapore.
- Vidya Murkumbi
She is the owner of Renuka Sugar in Belgaum, which is one of the fastest growing sugar companies in India. She runs Business alongside her son NarendraMurkumbi.
- Kavery Kalanithi
She is the MD of Sun TV network and wife of media tycoon Kalanithi Maran.She is known for taking home the highest salary among Indian Women.