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50% of richest individuals share these zodiac signs, shows Hurun Rich List

SynopsisThe winner is Cancer, with a 10 per cent share on the list. And with Rs 1.41 lakh crore wealth, Shiv Nadar is the richest Indian from the Cancerian club. Overall, new entrants on the rich list from the Aries grroup had a good year and registered a 55 per cent increase in cumulative wealthDo you believe in astrology? A casual glance on the Hurun India Rich List 2020 that figured 828 rich individuals showed nearly 50 per cent of richest Indians shared five sun signs: Cancer, Virgo, Gemini, Aries and Capricorn.
The winner is Cancer, with a 10 per cent share on the list. And with Rs 1.41 lakh crore wealth, Shiv Nadar is the richest Indian from the Cancerian club.
This is followed by Virgo (9.60 per cent), Gemini (9.50 per cent), Aries (9.3 per cent) and Capricorn (9.20 per cent). Data showed Shapoorji Pallonji’s Shapoor Pallonji Mistry is the leader of the Virgo pack, while ArcelorMittal’s LN Mittal, Reliance Industries’ Mukesh Ambani and Nirma’s Karsanbhai Patel are the richest in Gemini, Aries and Capricorn clubs , respectively.
Overall, new entrants on the rich list from the Aries grroup had a good year and registered a 55 per cent increase in cumulative wealth, followed by Scorpions at 52 per cent and Pisces 35 per cent. Geminis had a bad year, with an erosion of around 3 per cent cumulative wealth.
Among other zodiac signs, the Leo Club contributed 8.5 per cent, Scorpios 8.4 per cent, Pisceans 7.6 per cent, Librans 7.3 per cent, Tauruns 7,1 per cent, Aquariuans 6.9 per cent and Sagittarians 6.6 per cent.
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Wipro’s Azim Premji is the richest among Leos, whereas Asian Paints’ Ashwin Dani led the Scorpion pack, Avenue Supermarts’ and investor Radhakishan Damani among Pisceans and Sun Pharma’s Dilip Sanghvi among Librans.
Overall, Reliance Industries’ Mukesh Ambani was the richest Indian on the list. As per the yearly report, Ambani’s personal wealth rose by Rs 2,77,700 crore to Rs 6,58,400 crore, and he retained the richest Indian title for the ninth year running.
Ambani’s wealth is now bigger than the combined wealth of the next five in the list included Hinduja Brothers, Shiv Nadar, Gautam Adani, Azim Premji and Cyrus S Poonawalla.
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