Zepto Co-founder Kaivalya Vohra Becomes Youngest Richest Person In The Country
Zepto Founder Kaivalya Vohra: The IIFL Wealth Hurun 2022 list...
Zepto Founder Kaivalya Vohra: The IIFL Wealth Hurun 2022 list of India’s richest people has been released. In this, the title of the youngest rich teenager has been won by Kaivalya Vohra, co-founder of the quick-commerce company Zepto.
Apart from Vohra, many other start-up founders including Alakh Pandey, co-founder of PhysicsWallah, have also joined this list for the first time.
Rich young man at the age of 19
According to the IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2022, Kavalya Vohra founded Zepto in the year 2020 along with Aadit Palicha. Its valuation has jumped by more than 50 per cent in the last one year. Kavalya Vohra has got a lot of direct benefit from this. Vohra has become the richest young Indian in the country at the age of just 19. He is the first teenager in the country, who has assets of more than 1,000 crores. At the same time, apart from Vohra, 20-year-old Aditi Palicha has also made it to this list. The report said that 10 years ago, the country’s youngest rich in the ‘Rich List’ was 37 years old.
Alakh Pandey also included
In this list, the co-founders of Unicorn Physicswala Alakh Pandey (30 years) and Prateek Maheshwari have made it to the place for the first time. Both Pandey and Maheshwari have personal assets of Rs 4,000 crore and are ranked 399 in the list of the richest 1,103 individuals. Physicswala is an edtech company founded by Alakh and Maheshwari during the Corona pandemic. In June, the company completed a funding round of $100 million for the first time. During this time its valuation is estimated at $ 1.1 billion.
62% increase list
The IIFL Wealth Hurun India Rich List 2022 says that the number of Indians with personal wealth of Rs 1,000 crore or more exceeded 1,100 for the first time in 2022. This number is 96 more this year as compared to 2021. In the last 5 years, this number has increased by 62 percent.
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