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India's rich club grows to 1,103; Zepto's Kaivalya youngest in Hurun list

More than 82% of the billionaires on the list are above the age of 50, and only 0.6 per cent of the rich in the list are below the age of 30, said the Hurun India study

Kaivalya Vohra, Zepto, Aadit Palicha
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(L-R) Kaivalya Vohra, CTO, Zepto and Aadit Palicha, CEO and Co-founder, Zepto

Puneet Wadhwa Mumbai
One hundred and forty nine new individuals joined the rich list club of 1,103 Indians across 122 cities who cumulatively accumulated a wealth of Rs 100 trillion. Bengaluru -based Kaivalya Vohra, 19, of grocery delivery application Zepto is the youngest self-made and the youngest rich individual, according to IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2022.

The report found 1,103 Indians with a networth of Rs 1,000 crore each — an increase of 62 per cent over five years. There are 221 billionaires (Rs 100 crore networth) in India on the 2022 list — down 16 compared with last year, while

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First Published: Sep 21 2022 | 7:52 PM IST

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