Fruits of success tastes sweet and lot of sweat sheds off to keep the fruit sweet. Hard work, sacrifice, positive approach, broad thinking, believing in fate, rising hopes are all factors that makes a person successful and rich. In this article we will read about the richest person in India and how their hardships repays back.
The title and crown for the richest person in India goes to the business tycoon MUKESH DHIRUBHAI AMBANI, the chairman and the largest shareholder of Reliance Industries Ltd. He has grown richer by $16.1 billion in current year 2018 with the net worth of $48. 3 billion.
He was born on 19th April, 1957 in Aden at Yemen to his father Dhirubai Ambani and mother Kokilaben Ambani. He was brought up in Mumbai and completed his studies in 1970 receiving his degree in Chemical Engineering from the Institute of Chemical Technology.
The very first day MukeshAmbani joined Reliance Industries he pulled up his socks and left no stone unturned to trigger business growth. Mukesh Ambani,The Richest Person In India initiated their textile business and streamed textiles into polyesterfibers to generate more revenues and improve efficiency.
MukeshAmbani set Reliance Infocom now known as Reliance Tele communications which was oriented on communication and information technologyin 1986.
In 2010Ambanigeared the Petrochemicals, petrol refining, oil and gas exploration and productionusing multiple world class manufacturing technology which raised the production of RELIANCE PETROCHEMICAL less than a million tons to 33 million tons per year at JAMNAGAR , GUJARAT which is the world’s largest petroleum refinery.
Mukesh Ambani, the richest person in India gradually became famous after the release of Reliance Jio Infocom Limited, great quality devices provided for cheap.
Mukesh Ambani bagged several awards and accolades like Business man of the year award, Global vision award, Global leadership award, Business leader of the year award,Othmer gold medal and several others.
He was also titled as the world’s richest sports team owner after his purchase of the IPL cricket team Mumbai Indians for $ 111.9million in 2008.
He lives with his family in 27 storey building in Mumbai named as Antilia, valued as $1 billion. The richest person of India finds time for his family from his busy schedule on every Sunday to spend quality time with his wife and children.