Top 15 Unknown Facts About Mukesh Ambani

Well, who isn’t aware of this name? Mukesh Ambani is the owner of India’s most valuable company, Reliance Industries, which has many subsidiaries. According to the Forbes list, he is the richest man in India, one of the world’s wealthiest and most influential people. Let’s get to know some of the unknown things about him, which many people are not familiar with.

Top 15 Facts About Mukesh Ambani:

1. He Wasn’t Born In India: 

 Mukesh Ambani
source: indiatvnews

Yes, that’s true. Most people think that he was born in India, but he wasn’t. Mukesh was born in Yemen, and his family moved to Mumbai a year after his birth. 

2. He Owns An Armored BMW 760i: 

BMW 760i
source: motorbeam

Being the richest man in India, his security is something that must be ensured. He owns a customized armored BMW car, which is worth $1.4 million. This car, designed in Germany, is bulletproof and also protects from an explosion.

3. First Person In India To Buy A Maybach 62: 

Maybach 62
source: car and driver

Along with all his other valuable and expensive assets, he was the 1st person in India to own a Maybach 62. He purchased it as a gift for his wife’s 50th birthday, which cost him $500,000.

4. He Wanted To Become A Teacher: 

Dhirubhai Ambani International School
source: edudwaar

During an event, Mukesh Ambani confessed that he wanted to become a teacher before his father brought him into his family business. He has a school in Mumbai, and along with his wife, desires to become a teacher later in life.

5. He Has The Most Expensive Home In The World: 

Anitilia
source: pinterest

Mukesh Ambani’s home, Antilia, is the most expensive in the world. It is a 27-storeyed building which cost him around $1 billion. The house has all the amenities and luxuries one could ever imagine. Its garage can hold more than 150 cars, and three helicopters can land on the roof of his house.

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6. His Father’s Legacy Inspires Him:

 Mukesh Ambani and his father
source: forbes

Mukesh’s father, Dhirubhai Ambani, started his business in 1966 as a small textile company. After he died in 2002, he divided his wealth between his sons, Mukesh and Anil. He still believes that the real owner of the company is his father and not him.

7. The Environment Ministry And Indian Navy Objected To His Home: 

Anitilia
source: facttek

Although he has the most expensive house in the world, it went through many controversies while it was being built. It was highly objected to by the Indian Navy and the environment ministry as they opposed a helipad’s formation over his house.

8. He Had An Arranged Marriage: 

 Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani
source: jansatta

Mukesh Ambani’s wife, Nita Ambani, was earlier a classical dancer in India. She was chosen by Mukesh’s parents when they saw her perform in a show. It was thus his parents who wanted him to marry her.

9. He Proposed To His Wife In A Car: 

 Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani
source: odishasahasa

Although he had an arranged marriage, he did propose to Nita. He proposed him in his car in the middle of the road and asked for an answer immediately.

10. His Favorite Vacation Spot Is South Africa: 

 Mukesh Ambani's vacation
source: bollywoodshaadis

Since we all know he loves animals, he loves spending his leisure time in South Africa watching various kinds of animals.

11. He Is A Vegetarian: 

 Mukesh Ambani
source: masala!

The Ambani family is very spiritual follows strict vegetarianism. He has even banned all the non-vegetarian food items from his store to promote vegetarian food.

12. He Gifted Nita A $62 Million Jet: 

 Mukesh Ambani's jet
source: born rich

Mukesh gifted Nita a $62 million jet for her 44th birthday. It has all the amenities that one could ever think of, such as a master bedroom, lavish bathroom, office, and other luxuries.

13. He Has A Highly Customized Vanity Van: 

 Mukesh Ambani's vanity van
source: biztechindia

Not just his cars, but his vanity van as well is truly exclusive. It has two bedrooms, a large meeting room, a kitchen, and a sky lounge on the roof. The van is also fireproof and bulletproof and costs around $5 million.

14. Reliance Contributes A Total Of 5% Of Tax Revenues In India: 

Reliance
source: wikipedia

Reliance is such a big player in the industry that it contributes to around 5% of India’s total tax revenues. The company alone has an asset of over 11 trillion Indian rupees. It occupies quite a significant part of the Indian economy.

15. He Is A Stanford Drop Out: 

Mukesh Ambani
source: financial express

After completing his engineering degree, he went to the USA for further studies. But later on, he dropped out from Stanford to help his father build the giant Reliance Industries.

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