New Delhi: It is a known fact that Patanjali Ayurved has equalled itself among the commercial giants in the Indian market, but what is being interpreted as a new development is nothing short of becoming an astounding revelation.
CEO of Patanjali products Acharya Balakrishna has joined the club of India's richest with his wealth amounting to an astounding Rs 25,600 crore. Balakrishna's name has been added to FMCG sector of Hurun India Rich List 2016.
The list has been topped by Dabur's Anand Burman in the FMCG sector with a net worth of Rs 41,800 crore. Britannia's Nusli Wadia has fallen behind Burman with a net worth of Rs 20,400 crore.
Patanjali, although it had a shaky start, is now among the fastest growing companies in India, even setting competition against large Muti-National Corporations (MNC).