Best entrepreneurs in India
With a new era on the horizon, people are inching more towards entrepreneurship than regular office jobs. Apart from the importance of entrepreneurs in the overall economy, another major reason for this increasing shift is innovation. The drive to create something creative and make it available for the masses has inspired millions. However, success is never easy and does not come only by wishful thinking. To be one of the successful entrepreneurs in India, one needs to work hard, have determination, talent, and some luck.
Some of the best entrepreneurs in India
The list compiled below consists of entrepreneurs that have motivated generations to dream and transform it into reality.

1) Ratan Tata
Ratan Naval Tata was always destined to become a businessman as he was born into a business family. But, the path of becoming an entrepreneur and a philanthropist concurrently is his own making. He served as Tata Group’s chairman from 1990-2012. After a scuffle with the former chairman, Cyrus Mistry, he retained the position of interim chairman for a brief period.
During the time he led the organization, he took extensive measures to ensure that the brand gained global recognition. He ventured into new markets, and as a result, revenues and profits skyrocketed to 40-50 times more. Eventually, the Tata Group has successfully claimed a name for itself in communications, tea, motors, IT service, and many more.

2) Anand Mahindra
Anand Gopal Mahindra, for his generous donation, was honored in the form of the renaming of Harvard Humanities Center to Mahindra Humanities Center at Harvard. He is the grandson of Jagdish Chandra Mahindra, who co-founded Mahindra & Mahindra. He is now serving as the Mahindra Group's Chairman. The organization has delved into several markets and have successfully gained a foothold in each one of them. They have companies in the aerospace, aftermarket, farm equipment, agribusiness, automotive, logistics, finance and insurance, real estate, defense, retail, and many more. He received the Padma Bhushan in January of 2020.

3) Lakshmi Mittal
An Indian raised but the United Kingdom's based business tycoon, Lakshmi Mittal is the CEO and chairman of ArcelorMittal. With numerous achievements procured throughout this life, Mittal’s tale is one that seeks to motivate people to achieve their dreams. His company is indeed the largest steel-making organization globally. Massive wealth, immense fame, and a prospering family have not deterred this man to aid people in need. Furthermore, his diversified contributions ranging from the field of medicine, sports, education, and even the pandemic make him a revered philanthropist.
4) Dhirubhai Ambani
Born to a school teacher in Chorwad, Gujarat, Dhirajlal Hirachand Ambani, is an inspiring tale of success amidst all difficulties. Famously remembered as Dhirubhai Ambani, he was honored with the Padma Vibhushan after his death. The intriguing story of how he subsequently built an empire from the ground is bound to inspire millions.
Today, he is easily recognized as the top 10 entrepreneur in India. Now, his two sons, Anil Ambani and Mukesh Ambani manage Reliance Industries. Anil Ambani usually manages entertainment, telecom, power, infrastructure, and the financial sector. Mukesh Ambani generally manages energy, petrochemicals, telecommunications, retail and textiles, and the natural resources market. Reliance Industries received the rank of 106 in the Fortune Global 500 list due to revenue of $82.3 billion in the year 2019.

5) Rahul Bajaj
Jamnalal Bajaj, the founder of the Bajaj Group, had a major role in India's struggle for freedom. He was a well-known associate of Mahatma Gandhi. Due to his involvement with Indian politics, he was unable to invest much time or energy to his rising empire. The acclaimed global corporation cannot truly ignore his massive contribution now.
His grandson Rahul Bajaj is now the chairman of the Bajaj Group. From eventually escalating the turnover to 120 billion INR to receiving a Padma Bhushan, Rahul Bajaj has indeed proved himself. Today, Bajaj Group has extended to the automobile industry of three-wheelers and two-wheelers, iron and steel, finance, insurance, home appliances, lighting, and travel.
6) Narayana Murthy
Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy co-founded Infosys with six other people with a mere capital of 10,000 INR offered by his wife, Sudha Murthy. He then went on to serve as the company's CEO from 1981 to 2002. His ingenious ideas and remarkable entrepreneurship have played a major role in what the establishment is now today.
Being hailed as a genius in the business world, Murthy received many awards. After he served for 21 long years as the company's CEO, he subsequently became the chairman from 2002 to 2011. Upon his retirement, he was titled as the chairman emeritus. He received the Padma Shri in 2000 and Padma Vibhushan in 2008.

These are the stories of some of the most inspiring entrepreneurs in India. Their tale of success is one that resonates with those who seek to overcome obstacles and attain success.

Author's Bio: 

My Self Anu Bhardwaj. I Am A Digital Marketer.