Savitri Jindal is the current Asia’s richest woman. She is the chairperson of the OP Jindal Group, India’s third-largest producer of steel. Jindal has been consistently ranked India’s richest woman by Forbes for the past few years.
Jindal is the widow of the late Om Prakash Jindal, the founder of the OP Jindal Group. After her husband’s death in 2005, she took over the leadership of the company. Under her leadership, the company has grown to become one of the largest steel producers in India.
Jindal has also been involved in philanthropic activities. She has set up the OP Jindal Foundation, which provides educational and medical assistance to underprivileged children. She also supports various charities and has been a patron of the Art of Living Foundation.
Jindal’s wealth is estimated to be around $8.7 billion. She is also the wealthiest woman in India and the second wealthiest woman in Asia.
Jindal is a strong advocate of women’s rights and empowerment. She has spoken out against gender inequality and has been an active supporter of women’s education.
Jindal is an inspiration to many women in India and around the world. She is a living example of how hard work and dedication can help one achieve success. She is a role model for many aspiring entrepreneurs and businesswomen.
Jindal is set to remain Asia’s richest woman for the foreseeable future. With her strong leadership and commitment to philanthropy, she is sure to continue to be an inspiration to many.