Indian businesspeople

EENI- School of International Business

Sub-subject Sub-subject: Hindus Businessman. The Richest Indians. Syllabus:

  1. Hindu Businessman
    1. Srichand Hinduja
    2. Kumar Mangalam Birla
    3. Senapathy (Kris) Gopalakrishnan
    4. Shri Mukesh Ambani
    5. Kiran Mazumdar
  2. Indian Muslim Businessman
    1. Yusuf Khwaja Hamied
    2. Azim Premji
  3. Jain Businessman
    1. Sahu Jain
    2. Bhavarlal Hiralal Jain
    3. Ajit Gulabchand
    4. Gautam Adani
  4. Sikhs Businessman
    1. Ajaypal Singh Banga
    2. Hardeep Singh
    3. Malvinder and Shivinder Singh
    4. Dr Singh Jogishwar
  5. Zoroastrians Businessman
    1. Dr Cyrus S. Poonawalla
    2. TATA Family
    3. Adi Godrej
    4. Nusli Wadia
  6. Indian billionaires


Sub-subject “Indian businesspeople” is studied...
  1. Masters (e-learning): International Business, Asia, and BRICS Countries
  2. Doctorate in Business in Asia
  3. Course: India

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Sample of the sub-subject: Indian Businesspeople in the economic area of the Hindu Civilisation
Cyrus Poonawalla Parsee Businessman

Description Sub-Subject Description (Indian businesspeople):

  1. The Forbes list of billionaires of India is elaborated on an annual assessment of wealth and assets compiled.
  2. Combined net worth of the hundred richest men in India in 2012 is 250 trillion dollars (241 trillion in 2012).
  3. India now has 61 billionaires.

Ten richest Indians:

Name CompanyReligion
Mukesh Ambani
Lakshmi Mittal
Azim Premji
Pallonji Mistry
Dilip Shanghvi
Adi Godrej
S P Hinduja
Savitri Jindal
Ravi Ruia
Kumar Mangalam Birla
Reliance Group
Arcelor Mittal
Shapoorji Pallonji Group.
Sun Pharmaceuticals
Godrej Group
Hinduja Group
Jindal Group
Essar Group
Aditya Birla Group

This list does not include some prominent families like the TATA family members (Parsees).

In all cases; we can see deep ethical values, an attachment to their religion, and a very high degree of responsibility to society, philanthropy is a common factor of all these businesspeople.


Azim Premji Indian Businessman

Kumar Mangalam Birla (Hindu Businessman)

Srichand Hinduja (Hindu Businessman)

Adi Godrej (Indian Zoroastrian Businessman)

Manoj Bhargava (1953, India, the United States resident) is a businessperson, philanthropist, and founder of 5-Hour Energy. Bhargava is the richest Indian in America. He lived as a monk in the mountains of India for twelve years. Through its foundation, the company donates forty-five percent of their profits to philanthropy. Hinduism.

Vinod Khosla (1955) co-Founder of Sun Microsystems and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers. He donated 500,000 dollars to Wikimedia. Hinduism.

Dr. T. Romesh Wadhwani (India, 1947) Founder, President, and Managing Director (CEO) of Symphony Technology Group. Hinduism.

Religions and International Business

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