Nita Ambani is one of the most known faces in the world of business and is the founder and chairperson of the Reliance Group. She is currently the wealthiest person in India and she has come a long way, I mean a journey of a middle class girl is always interesting and inspirational for all. So let’s know about her today.
So take a look down below at the list and know some of the lesser things about Nita Ambani!
1. Her history.
Nita Ambani was born on November 1st, 1963 to Purnima Dalal and Ravindrabhai Dalal in Mumbai. She also has a sister named Mamta Dayal who is a school teacher. Nita Ambani completed her graduation from Narsee Monjee College of Commerce and Economics.
2. Her early career
Before getting married to the business tycoon, Mukesh Ambani, she was just an ordinary school teacher and also a professional Bharatnatyam dancer. She loves dancing because in this way she thinks she connects to herself and the God.
3. How her fate changed.
Thanks to her dancing skills that brought her good luck. At an event Nita Ambani was performing and Dhirubhai Ambani was present there with his wife Kokilaben and they were just so impressed by her Bharatnatyam skills that they decided then and there only to make her their daughter-in-law.
4. Her motivation to Mukesh Ambani
Mukesh Ambani was really new in business when Nita Ambani married him and he was trying to set up a plant of his own in Patalganga. It was Nita Ambani at his back to supported him and motivated him as an educationist and then they together opened a school and started teaching rural children. After Patalganga they started setting up such schools in different rural areas and helped a lot of children with their education. In the year 2010 Nita Ambani only founded the Reliance foundation with other Ambanis.
5. Her work for society
She has opened a lot of charitable trusts for the welfare of the needy and she always came up with bright ideas to support them. And She is the one who initiated the CSR arm of Reliance Industries which is now the largest private foundation of India. She is also the first woman of India to become International Olympic Committee’s member.