Forbes list of Billionaires is finally out and 437 people were added to the list of billionaires across the world making the total of billionaires in the world to 2,208, as per the latest Hurun’s 2018 Global Rich List.and India has 121 Billionaires making India, the third largest country with maximum billionaires.
Mukesh Ambani who is the richest man of India and has made it to the top 20 Billionaires in the world with $16.9 billion in 2018 in the list of 2,208 billionaires.
Last year Mukesh Ambani was ranked 33rd but this year he has made it to 19th position.
Among many others, China is leading the list with the most number of billionaires but India is beating many other countries too.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is the world’s richest man with assets valued at $112 billion.
Apart from Mukesh Ambani, Azim Premji who is a the software entrepreneur has moved up from the 72nd global spot in 2017 with $14.9 billion, to the 58th rank with $18.8 billion this year and has become the second most richest man from India.
While , Lakshmi Mittal, the international steel tycoon from India has moved to 62nd rank on the list of billionaires and has made it to the third spot among Indians with $18.5 billion from the 56th worldwide rank with $16.4 billion in 2017.
While Mukesh Ambani became the richest man of India, on the other hand, Savitri Jindal of the Jindal steel and power conglomerate, became the richest women of India and has made it to 176th globally on the Forbes list of richest Billionaires in the world.
Here’s the complete list of richest Indians who made it to the list of richest Billionaires in the world. Have a look:
- 19 Mukesh Ambani ($40.1 billions)
- 58 Azim Premji ($18.8 billions)
- 62 Lakshmi Mittal ($18.5 billions)
- 98 Shiv Nadar ($14.6 billions)
- 115 Dilip Shanghvi ($12.8 billions)
- 127 Kumar Birla ($11.8 billions)
- 143 Uday Kotak ($10.7 billions)
- 151 Radhakishan Damani($10 billions)
- 154 Gautam Adani ($9.7 billions)
- 170 Cyrus Poonawalla ($9.1 billions)
- 176 Savitri Jindal ($8.8 billions.)
- 176 Sunil Mittal ($8.8 billions)
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