Richest women in India: HCL’s Roshni Nadar Malhotra, Falguni Nayar. List of top 10 women



The true essence of a developing country is where the women are the rising stars. The best example have been the leading women of the country, Roshni Nadar Malhotra the chairperson of Indian tech giant HCL Technologies Limited, is the richest woman in the country for the second year in a row with a wealth of ₹84,330 crore, according to the ‘Leading Wealthy Women 2021’ report published by Hurun India in collaboration with Kotak Private Banking.


Women empowerment and the rise of women in the country have been a perfect example of the proud India. The position of the second richest woman in India has been secured by Falguni Nayar, Nykaa founder and chief executive office (CEO) and her net worth is ₹57,520 crore.


The ‘Leading Wealthy Women 2021’ report is the third annual list of India's wealthiest women entrepreneurs and professional managers. These list have been generated through a snapshot


The other women who have pushed their limits to be among the top 10 richest women in India are:

Rank

Name

Company

Wealth/Net worth (INR)

1

Roshni Nadar Malhotra

HCL

84,330 crore (wealth)

2

Falguni Nayar

Nykaa

57,520 crore (net worth)

3

Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

Biocon

29,030 crore (wealth)

4

Nilima Motaparti

Divi's Laboratories

28,180 crore (wealth)

5

Radha Vembu

Zoho

26, 260 crore (wealth)

6

Leena Gandhi Tewari

USV

24,280 crore (net worth)

7

Anu Aga & Meher Pudumjee

Thermax

14,530 crore (net worth)

8

Neha Narkhede

Confluent

13,380 crore (net worth)

9

Vandana Lal

Dr Lal PathLabs

6,810 crore (wealth)

10

Renu Munjal

Hero FinCorp

6,620 crore (net worth)



The list has a total of the 100 richest women in the country. Some notable entrants into the list included Lenskart co-founder Neha Bansal who has a net worth of Rs, 1,540 crore, and LEAD school co-founder Smita Deorah with a wealth of ₹1,390 crore.


These women have been legendary in their niche and proved one can achieve it all if they have willingness to complete it.


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