As per Forbes magazine latest edition, industrialist Mukesh Ambani is India's richest for ninth time in a row with a net worth of USD 18.9 billion.
Flipkart's co-founders Sachin and Binni Bansal made their debut in the country's top 100 rich list of the Forbes magazine. They stood at 86th position with a net worth of USD 1.3 billion each.
According to Forbes report, the combined wealth of Indians top 100 richest stood at 345 billion, as compared to USD 346 billion in 2014.
Here are top 10 richest people in India 2015.
Wealth: 18.9 Billion
Mukesh Ambani is India's richest for ninth time in a row with a net worth of USD 18.9 billion. He remained richest despite his wealth dropping by $4.7 billion.
Wealth: $18 billion
Dilip Shanghvi is the owner and founder of Sun Pharmaceutical Industries, India's most valuable drug company.
Wealth: $15.9 billion
Software tycoon in India, 69 year-old Azim Premji. He is a chairman of Wipro Limited, a company founded by his father Mohamed Premji.
Four Hinduja brothers including Srichand and Gopichand control the multinational conglomerate Hinduja Group.
Wealth: 14.7 Billion
Shapoorji Pallonji Group is now run by older son Shapoor. This year the company will celebrate its 150th anniversary. AS per Forbes, Mistry's biggest source of wealth remains his 18.4% stake in Tata Sons
Wealth: $12.9 Billion
Shive Nadar is a cofounder of the $7 billion (revenues) HCL Group.
Wealth $11.4 Billion
Godrej Group, which is 118 years old is run by nine members of the Godrej family.
Wealth: $11.2 Billion
Lakshmi Mittal slipped from his top 5 position to 8 position this year.The biggest steelmaker, was hit by rising imports from China.
Wealth: $7.9 Billion
Cyrus Poonawalla first time entered top ten list as his privately owned Serum Institute of India, managed by his son made profit.
Wealth: 7.8 Billion
Kumar Birla slipped from last year 9 position as wealth shrank as shares of his aluminum maker. His Cement unit Ultratech has acquired 4 factories from rival Jaypee Group in the past year for $1.4 billion.