Top 20 Self Made Millionaires from India – Young Successful Entrepreneurs

How to become a young millionaire in India?

Everyone wants to be rich. Young people are more ambitious & earning 7 figures in your early 30’s is a huge success itself.

Among the rat race of government job exams, engineering & medical, there are some gems who made it large in the business world.

Let’s check success stories of these unsung heros from Indian entrepreneur world, who are self made millionaire under the age of 30 & 40.

Self Made Millionaire from India – Under 30

Success stories of these self made millionaires will inspire you to step ahead & make it large.

Ritesh Agarwal – Founder & CEO of OYO

Ritesh started his career in a very early age of 17. He founded OYO Rooms when he was only 21 & raised 25 million dollars. The rags to riches story of this college drop out took many turns. He is 26 years old now.

His company is backed by giants like Softbank, Greenoaks capital, Lightspeed. His success story is filled with peaks & valleys. Net worth of this Indian self made millionaire is one of the highest among all young entrepreneurs.

Yash Bhanage- Founder of The Bombay Canteen

The Bombay Canteen presents food with story telling. It is a very unique & fresh concept in India. Yash Bhanage got many accolades for his restaurant and he made his place in prestigious Forbes list “30 under 30”.

Gagan Biyani, CEO of Sprig

The achievement list of this self made millionaire is endless. He has also worked with world’s best companies like Udemy, Accenture & Microsoft.

Sprig has raised $57M from Greylock Partners and Social Capital Partnership.

Azhar Iqbal, Co-founder of Inshorts

Inshorts has raised almost $24 millions in 5 rounds. It is one of the highest rated news app.

Keshav Bansal, Owner of Gujarat Lions

After completing a business degree from IILM Delhi, he pursued his dream of being entrepreneur.

He received many accolades for his extra -ordinary entrepreneurial skills.

Rahul Yadav, Former Co-Founder& CEO

He is one of the controversial name among young entrepreneurs. Rahul Yadav is also known as the bad boy of India startups.

He is all set to comeback with is upcoming project Intelligent Interface. Co-founders of Flipkart, Paytm, YouWeCan and Micromax have invested in his project.

Self Made Millionaire from India – Under 40

Kunal Bahl, CEO of Snapdeal

Snapdeal has received 12 rounds of funding & it has successfully acquired Freecharge, and other 12 e commerce platforms.

Kunal Bahl is an alma mater of University of Pennsylvania. He has been listed in Fortune’s 40 under 40 list. He is inspired by Jack Ma, CEO of Alibaba.

Bansal Brothers, CEO of Flipkart

The net worth of Sachin Bansal(35) & Binny Bansal(36) is 9010 Crore.

Both of them have a never bruise attitude & hence they have taken every rejection very constructively. Flipkart ranks 2nd in largest Indian e-commerce website.

Rahul Sharma, CEO of Micromax

Apart from Micromax, he is founder of YU televenture also. Rahul Sharma’s net worth is 4000 Crore Rs. & he has completed 40 glorious years of his life. His recent venture is AI enabled electric motor bike.

Ankit Bhati & Bhavish Agarwal, Founder OLA Cab

They both are Alma maters of IIT Bombay. Their constant efforts drawn attention of the chairman of the SoftBank(Japanese multinational telecommunications company).

They never looked back after the funding they received for their dream project. Bhavish Agarwal is a former employee of Microsoft research. He is generally known as a typical geek & passionate coder.

Vijay Shekhar Sharma, CEO of Paytm

Yes, he is India’s youngest billionaire with most successful mobile wallet with a mind whopping net worth of 1.3 billions.

He founded Paytm in 2001 with the name One97 communication. He has been a brilliant mind always. After the immense success of Paytm, he is enjoying it utterly. He is definitely on the ninth cloud.

Smart. Strong. Silly. Straight up. Sometimes I forget myself in a book 📓.