When you are the son/ daughter of a very rich billionaire father, you have got two options.
You can either choose to comfortably spend your father’s entire wealth and enjoy a too
luxurious life or you can choose to work harder and prove your worth. Below is a list of
some of those billionaire Indian daughters who took to the second path and made their
fathers proud not with just their father’s larger-than-life properties but with their own
1. Ayesha Thapar
Ayesha Thapar, Daughter of Vikram Thapar did her graduation in Economics and
Mathematics from Wellesley College in the USA. Then, she worked as the Managing
Director of Indian City Properties Ltd. which is a real estate arm of the KCT group
with focus on real estate, infrastructure, capital, and engineering goods, etc.
2. Isha Ambani
Born to Mukesh and Nita Ambani, Isha Ambani completed her education in Psychology and South Asian studies from Yale University in the USA. She is ranked as second in the list of ‘Youngest Billionaire Heiress’ by Forbes in 2008. She has also worked as an analyst for Mckinsey and Company which is a consulting firm. Adding to this, she is a board member of Reliance Jio and Reliance Retail too.
3. Ananya Birla
Eldest daughter of the sixth generation of the Birla family, Ananya Birla has studied
economics and management from Oxford University, UK. Apart from being popular
for her musical skills, she runs two ventures of her own namely Mpower and
4. Vanisha Mittal
Daughter of Lakshmi Mittal, Vanisha Mittal completed her graduation in Business
administration and Master’s in South Asian studies both from prestigious colleges.
After that she worked at Mittal shipping Ltd. Now, apart from being the director of
LNM holdings, she is the head of the department of strategy for Aperam.
5. Nandini Piramal
Born to Ajay Piramal, Nandini Piramal has an MBA degree from Ivy League College,
Stanford University. Have been worked as an analyst in McKinsey and Company, she
now heads the HR at the Piramal group.
Above are few of the many girls who have been successful in proving that being rich
doesn’t mean that we give up on education and career. A better life is earned with
hard work and not father’s wealth always.