Hinduja family

About Hinduja family

Birth Day: November 28, 1935
Birth Sign: Sagittarius
Residence: London, England, UK
Alma mater: Davar's College of Commerce R. D. National College
Occupation: Chairman, Hinduja Group
Spouse(s): Madhu Hinduja
Children: 1 son (deceased) and 2 daughters
Parent(s): Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja Jamuna Parmanand Hinduja
Relatives: Gopichand Hinduja (brother), Prakash Hinduja & Ashok Hinduja (brothers)

Hinduja family Net Worth

Hinduja family was born on November 28, 1935. Four close-knit siblings, Srichand, Gopichand, Prakash and Ashok, control multinational conglomerate the Hinduja Group. Their group's businesses range from trucks and lubricants to banking and cable television. The brothers own valuable real estate in London, including their home Carlton House Terrace and the historic Old War Office building in Whitehall. Srichand and Gopichand live in London and Prakash resides in Geneva while the youngest sibling Ashok oversees their Indian interests from Mumbai.
Hinduja family is a member of Diversified

💰Hinduja family Net worth: $19.4 Billion

2013 $8.3 Billion
2014 $10 Billion
2015 $14.5 Billion
2016 $14.5 Billion
2017 $15.4 Billion
2018 $19.4 Billion

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Srichand Parmanand Hinduja was born on 28 November 1935 in Karachi, Sindh province, British India. The second son of Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja and Jamuna Parmanand Hinduja. He was educated at Davar's College of Commerce and R. D. National College, both in Mumbai.


Hinduja began his career in his father's textile and trading businesses in Mumbai, India, and Tehran, Iran. One of his first big coups, in the early 1960s, was the acquisition of the overseas rights to the Indian blockbuster Sangam. Hinduja distributed and promoted the film in Middle Eastern markets and its success earned him millions. Other successful businesses Hinduja initiated in his early career included the sale of food commodities (onions and potatoes) and iron ore from India to Iran.


With the acquisition of Ashok Leyland (from British Leyland) and Gulf Oil (from Chevron) in the 1980s and the establishment of banks in Switzerland and India in the 1990s, Hinduja became one of India's best known Business tycoons alongside such names as Tata, Birla, and Ambani. In 2012, the Group acquired the US firm Houghton International, the world's largest metal fluids manufacturer, for $1.045 billion.


In 1988, their daughter Shanu married Suren Mukhi, the son of Narsi and Janki Mukhi, another London-based Sindhi trading family.


On 19 May 1992, their only son, Dharam Hinduja, died a few days after receiving 70% burns from self-immolation in a hotel room in Mauritius, as part of a suicide pact with his wife, who survived. He had secretly married Ninotchka Sargon, a Roman Catholic Australian, at Chelsea Register Office in January that year.


The October 2013 issue of Forbes Life estimates the Hinduja home in London's Carlton House Terrace down the Mall from Buckingham Palace to be worth $500 million, making it the third most expensive private home in the world.


In 2014, Hinduja was the UK's wealthiest person, with an estimated wealth of GBP 11.9 billion ($20.04 billion) according to the Sunday Times Rich List.


As of March 2016, Forbes ranks SP and GP Hinduja as the 58th richest in the world, with a net worth of $15.2 billion. This makes him the 4th wealthiest Indian-origin Business magnate in the world.