Gautam Adani Net Worth 2020: Bio, Assets, House, Car, Career

Gautam Adani Net Worth is $25.2 Billion (1.8 Lakh Crores INR). Industrialists play a major part in shaping the economy of a country. They are the one who dream big, take risks, diversify the funds in different businesses and create jobs and resources for others. Mr. Gautam Adani is one such amazing Industrialist. Also read Net Worth details of RajnikanthAamir KhanSalman KhanDeepika Padukone and Karan Johar

Known as Port King of India, Mr. Gautam Adani was born on 24th June 1962 in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. He attended Sheth Chimnalal Nagindas Vidhyalaya School in Ahmedabad. He enrolled in a bachelor’s degree in commerce at Gujarat University, but dropped out after the second year. So, like most billionaires, he is also a college drop out.

In spite of all these achievements in his pocket, Mr. Adani is a very humble, down to earth and philanthropic person.

Let us now have a look over his net worth:

Mr. Gautam Adani Net Worth

According to Hurun Rich List, Gautam Adani is the fifth richest person in India with a net worth of around 25.2 billion USD, which is, around 1.8 Lakh Crores INR!!!

Most of his wealth comes from his 62% stake in Adani Ports & Special Economic Zone Ltd. He holds a 75% stake in Adani Enterprises, Adani Power, Adani Transmissions and Adani Gas.

NameGautam Adani
Net Worth (2020)$ 25.2 Billion
Net Worth In Indian Rupees1.8 Lakh Crore INR
Monthly Income And Salary15000 Crore +
yearly Income180000 Crore +
Last Updated2020
Gautam Adani Net Worth

Gautam Adani Assets

Mr. Gautam Adani’s House: Mr. Adani has a Palatial Bungalow at Sarkhej – Gandhinagar Highway, Plot No. 83, Sector 32, Gurgaon, India. Apart from this, he has got a lot of real estate properties globally.

Mr. Adani’s Cars: As we can expect, the car collection of Mr. Adani is quite huge. He has got luxury cars like BMW, Mercedes, Ferrari, Limousine, etc.

Mr. Adani’s Jets: i. Mr. Adani owns a 2009 Bombardier Challenger 605 with serial no. 5787 having enrollment no. VT-APL.

  • He owns a 2013 Embraer Legacy 650 with serial no. 14501144 having enrollment no. VT-AML.
  • iii. He also owns a 2007 Hawker 850XP with serial no. 258835 with enrollment no. VT-AGP.

Gautam Adani Net Wealth

Gautam Adani moved to Mumbai for work and established his own diamond brokerage firm at Zaveri Bazar. In 1988, he established Adani Exports Limited, now known as Adani Enterprises Limited, dealing in agricultural and power commodities.

In 1991, after globalization, he ventured into trading of metals, textiles and agro products. 1995, the managerial operations of Mudra Port in Gujarat were outsourced to Adani Group. Today Mudra Port is the largest private sector port in India, with the capacity of handling close to 210 millions tons of cargo per annum.

Adani group is also the largest private thermal power producer of India. Adani’s group interests include power generation and transmission, edible oil, real estate and defense.

In 2019, Adani got the permission to start work on the Australian coal mine, the Carmichael project in northern state of Queensland, one of the largest coal mines of the world. Adani group also owns Abbott Point Port of Australia. In 2019, the Adani group won bids to run all six domestic airports that the Indian government had put up for privatization, giving it a PAN India presence and making it the largest private player in the airport business by number of sites. They will upgrade and operate the airports of Lucknow, Trivendrum, Mangaluru, Ahmedabad and Guwahati.


  • Gautam was born in a Gujarati Bania Family having a business background.
  • He has worked as a diamond sorter for Mahindra Brothers for around 2 years.
  • He gives 3% of his income for philanthropic activities.
  • With his amazing negotiation skills, he sealed a deal of 6000 crores within 100 hours.
  • His country is the biggest power producer in the country.
  • His Infrastructures group is one of the most renowned groups in the field.
  • He focuses on trying and trying instead of obsessing about his previous results.

The port-rail linkage policy of the government was crafted after he had approached the then Railway Minister Nitish Kumar.