When we talk about Billionaires in India, it is mostly about Ambani’s and Adani’s. But are you aware of India’s youngest self made billionaires. Here we are listing young billionaires of India who made it to this level from their first start-up. They are playing vital role development of India’s economy.
1. Nikhil Kamath
Nikhil Kamath and his elder brother Nithin Kamath co-founded Zerodha, India’s biggest stock brokerage company in terms of volume. The brothers also founded True Beacon, an asset management company. According to Hurun Global Rich List 2021, his revenue is $1.9 billion (Rs. 24000 crores).
2. Byju Raveendran
Byju Raveendran is a 40-year-old school teacher. Byju and his wife Divya Gokulnath co-founded the online edtech company Byju’s in 2011. After launching the edtech app in 2015, he got investment from Facebook Company’s CEO and his wife Priscilla Chan’s limited liability company. Now he is one of the topmost billionaires in India, with a net worth of around Rs. 22,500 crore.
3. Vijay Shekar Sharma
Vijay Shekar Sharma is one of the youngest billionaires in India. He is the founder and CEO of the mobile payments company, Paytm. He founded his first company One97 Communications, in 2000. The company offered content like news, cricket scores, ringtones, jokes, and exam results on your phone. And later, by 2011, he launched Paytm. His net worth is Rs. 17000 crores.
4. Amod Malviya
Amod Malviya and two others named Sujeet Kumar and Vaibhav Gupta co-founded B2B Commerce Company called Udaan for small and medium businesses in India. Amod Malviya had a net worth of Rs. 13000 crore.