It is not a Tata, neither a Birla nor an Ambani. It was Osman Ali Khan, the last monarch of Hyderabad. His Exalted Highness Nawab Sir Mir Osman Ali Khan Siddiqi, Bayafandi Asaf Jah VII GCSI GBE, was the last Nizam of the Princely State of Hyderabad and Berar. He ruled Hyderabad between 1911 and 1948 until it was annexed by India.Mir Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII was the world’s richest man in the 1930s and the 1940s, with a wealth of over $2 Billion. That was 2 percent of the entire American economy at that time with a personal worth of $236 billion, he is the richest man in India so far. Pay later with Paytm
Currently, Ambani is the richest man in India with a worth of $30 billion who is nowhere when compared to Hyderabad Nizam. Osman had the richest collection of jewels ever known in Indian history, which includes 25,000 diamonds and over 2,000 emeralds. He is ranked sixth as the richest Indian on the 24 richest people of all time prepared by a known website. He was a successful ruler during those times. His collection of jewels was marvelous that many rulers of the country wished to purchase it. He had all types of jewels, which is worth having. Facebook
The jewelry of Osman Ali Khan was later bought by the Indian government whose value is $70 million.
It is said that during the Kings’ gatherings, when Nizam showcased his Gems and other jewelry, many Kings tried to auction them but couldn’t afford the jewels. Nizam also owned a pink diamond, which was auctioned for $40 million. He was born in 1886 in Hyderabad during the British rule and died in 1967. He ruled Hyderabad with all his royalty and courage. In 1937, Nizam was the cover of Time magazine, labeled as the richest man in the world. He is marked as one of the wealthiest men in the world.Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII is the fifth-wealthiest figure of the modern period (net worth of $210 billion).
Elyuxen, a student newspaper where students get to work as well as publish all the news related to colleges in and around Hyderabad. It is the first ever student newspaper in South India which is successfully running. The beauty and the tagline of this newspaper is it is *For the student, by the student, of the student