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Billionaire Indian Daughters Who Are Making Their Father Proud With Success

| Published on October 24, 2019

When you belong to a rick family, the younger generation has two options: Well, you could either be a comfort at home and gorge on your family’s wealth or hustle harder to prove that it’s not just your family that finances your leisure.

Here is a list of girls who chose the later and bagged grand success even after having the leisure of larger-than-life properties:

1) Ayesha Thapar

Daughter of Thapar group’s Vikram Thapar, she is a graduate in economics and mathematics. After finishing her education at Wellesley College in the USA, she worked as the Managing Director of Indian city Properties Ltd. ICP is actually a real estate arm of the KCT group with a focus on real estate, infrastructure, capital, and engineering goods, etc

2) Isha Ambani

The daughter of the Ambani family who got recently married, born to Mukesh and Nita Ambani, has studied Psychology and South Asian studies from Yale University in the USA. She was ranked by Forbes in 2008 as second in the list of ‘ Youngest Billionaire Heiress’ and has worked as an analyst for consulting firm, Mckinsey and Company. After this, she became a board member of Reliance Jio and Reliance Retail too.

3) Ananya Birla

The eldest daughter of Kumar Mangalam Birla and the sixth generation in the renowned Birla family, she has studied economics and management from Oxford University, UK.

She is popular for her skills as a musician and also being the founder of two ventures of her own at such a young age. One venture is Mpower, which spreads awareness regarding mental illness and the other venture is CuroCarte which is an in-house quirky handcrafter product shop.

4) Vanisha Mittal

Born to Lakshmi Mittal, she heads the LNM holdings as a director. After her graduation in Business administration and then a Master’s in South Asian studies from both renowned and prestigious colleges, she worked at Mittal shipping Ltd. After her marriage to Amit Bhatia, she also heads the department of strategy for Aperam.

5) Nandini Piramal

Daughter of Ajay Piramal, she has finished her MBA from an Ivy League College, Stanford University. She has worked as an analyst in McKinsey and Company and multiple live projects during her educational journey. Currently, she heads Human Resources at the Piramal group, being a married woman with two kids.

These gorgeous girls proved that being rich doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t finish your education, it doesn’t mean you give up on your career, in fact, it means you learn more, work harder and achieve better in life.

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