One of the well-known figures in India is business mogul Anand Mahindra. He has never been a big fan of the status quo, despite being the chairman of the Mahindra Group. He serves the country and recognises India’s unsung heroes on social media. He is well known for being quite active on social media.
Aside from his business, he occasionally shares motivational and prosperous tales with the public. Recently, I told you about the inspiring story of an engineering dropout who founded the Hunger Langar project. Everyone in the area gave it a lot of attention and praise. Not only that, but he frequently responds to queries posted by users on social media.
A user questioned him a month ago about when he will be the richest Indian. A lot of online users were won over by Mahindra’s intriguing response. Read on to find out his response if you’re interested.
Here Is Anand Mahindra’s response to a curious Twitter user
Anand, the owner of Mahindra Group, responded to an intriguing question that had been floating around Twitter for a month on December 11. Vikrant Singh, a user, asked him:
“Your rank is 73rd when it comes to the richest man in India. When will it be ranked 1.”
To this Anand Mahindra said,
“The truth is that I will never become the richest. Because this was never my wish.”
Check out his tweet that so far has so far received over 13K likes and numerous comments and retweets.
Check out his tweet, which has already gotten over 13,000 likes, as well as a tonne of comments and retweets.
Intriguingly, Forbes India also published the list of India’s 100 wealthiest individuals for 2022. According to Forbes’ calculations, Anand Mahindra earns position number 91. His enormous net worth is $2.1 billion. Anand Mahindra is the chairman of the $19 billion (revenue) Mahindra & Mahindra business and a third-generation descendant of the Mahindra family.
Netizens praised the generosity in the reply of Indian billionaire Anand Mahindra
Many online users are praising the legendary Anand Mahindra. People praised him after seeing his kind response to the inquisitive Twitter user. In response to his post, a Twitter user wrote
Another user commented,
Some went like,
On the other hand, Mahindra plans to introduce five new electric SUVs in India and other countries in the following years (2024–2026). Additionally, according to Forbes, Anand gave up his position as executive chairman and changed his title to non-executive chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra in April 2020.