In the past few years, many Indian startups have entered the unicorn list. These Indian startups are not just getting popular in the country but are leaving and international impact.
From receiving global fundings to launching thei IPOs, Indian entrepreneurs are taking their startups to new heights. Starting their enterprise at such a young age, these entrepreneurs have become an inspiration for us all.
While the companies became rich with time, their founders added tend folds to their net worths too. Here are top richest self made Indian entrepreneurs under the age of 40.
1. Divyank Turakhia
Divyank Turakhia is an Indian-born serial entrepreneur, self-made billionaire, and investor. He founded Media.net, which he sold in 2016 to a Chinese consortium for $900 million, which was the third-largest ever ad-tech deal.
Net worth: Rs. 12,500 crore
2. Ritesh Arora & Nakul Aggarwal
Ritesh Arora is the co-founder, and Chief Executive Officer of BrowserStack while Nakul Aggarwal is the co-founder and CTO of BrowserStack.
Net worth: Rs. 12,400 crore each
3. Neha Narkhede
Neha Narkhede is the co-founder and former CTO of Confluent, a streaming data technology company. She co-created the open source software platform Apache Kafka. Narkhede now serves as a board member of Confluent.
Net worth: Rs. 12,200 crore each
4. Nikhil Kamath
Nikhil Kamath, co-founded Zerodha, which is India’s largest trading platform by volume. He founded the startup with his older brother Nithin in 2010.
Net worth: Rs. 11,100 crore each
5. Riju Ravindran
Byju Raveendran is an Indian entrepreneur and educator who co-founded Byju’s.
Net worth: Rs. 8,100 crore each
6. Sachin Bansal & Binny Bansal
In 2007, Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal founded Flipkart. The company was later acquired by Walmart at $16 billion in 2018.
Net worth: Rs. 8,000 crore each
7. Bhavish Aggarwal
Bhavish Aggarwal is the Co-Founder & CEO at Ola. Ola is today leading the ride sharing industry along with its international counterpart, Uber.
Net worth: Rs. 7,500 crore each