Mukesh Ambani Net worth | Early Life | Career | Quotes | Bio

Mukesh Ambani net worth

Mukesh Ambani Net worth | Early Life | Career | Quotes | Bio

Mukesh Ambani net worth

  • Reliance was founded by his late father Dhirubhai Ambani, a yarn trader, in 1966 as a small textile manufacturer.

Early Life

  • Mukesh Ambani was born on April 19th, 1957 to Indian Business Legend Dhirubhai Ambani and his wife Kokilaben Ambani.
  • He has three siblings, one younger brother, Anil Ambani and two sisters, Deepti Salgaocar and Nina Kothari.



  • Mukesh Ambani is Founder and Chairman, Reliance Industries.
  • In 2010, Mukesh Ambani set up the biggest grassroots petroleum refinery plant in Jamnagar.
  • In 2016, Reliance sparked a price war in India’s hyper-competitive telecom market with the launch of 4G phone service Jio.

Net Worth

  • $40.5 B in US Dollars (December 2017)
  • 40,200,000,000 rupees or 4020 Crores



  • “You have to manage money. Particularly with market economies. You may have a great product, but if your bottom line bustm then that’s it.”
  • “I have turned into a big nature fan as well… I can afford it more today. These childhood influences have shaped me into what I am today.”
  • “The organizational architecture is really that a centipede walks on hundred legs and one or two don’t counts. So, if I lose one or two legs, the process will go on, the organization will go on, the growth will go on.
  • “Relationships and trust. This is the bedrock of life.”
  • “Today I see a billion people as a billion potential consumers, an opportunity to generate value for them and to make a return for myself.”
  • “I think that our fundamental belief is that for us growth is a way of life and we have to grow at all times.”
  • Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of self-reliance can be attained by making use of Internet and technology.”
  • “Any business that has the soul purpose of making money is not worth doing.”

  • “Dance to your own music and take some risks in life, because it is often the risk taker who changes the course of history… and contribute to the well-being of millions of lives.”
  • “I personally think that money can do very little. And this has been my experience all across.”
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