Nita Ambani: Living in the sphere of values and traditions

Having grown up in a middle class family, Nita Ambani has had a humble beginning. Her family hailed from a little suburb of Mumbai where her father worked as a senior executive in a business house while her mother was a dedicated homemaker, biding the family together with ties of tradition, values, customs and love. Many years later when Nita married Mukesh Ambani – a budding businessman from the affluent family of Dhirubhai Ambani – she never quiet lost touch with her roots. Till today, she proudly hones her family bred values and traditions just as fervently as her mother would. Irrespective of being one of the most powerful lady in India today, Nita Ambani is earthly rooted, and that draws for her many praises and accolades from people from every sphere of the community.

Today, she is a wife, a mother, chairperson of Dhirubhai Ambani International School (DAIS), co-owner of IPL team Mumbai Indians, an active social welfare activist, a philanthropist, an educationist and a compassionate humanitarian. Not only is she an integral part of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and its philanthropic arm, Reliance Foundation, she has molded herself into a good manager of many an undertakings of Reliance and outside of Reliance. For instance, while at one hand she can be seen working rigorously over administrative operations of her team Mumbai Indians, on the other, she is actively spearheading Project Drishti, a unique initiative by RIL and NAB. She dons many hats, but the strength to carry these off ever so zealously comes from the fact that she has grown up with values that respect institutions like education, social welfare, community service, empowerment, independence and many more. Nita’s feet are so traditionally grounded that till today, she is an ardent disciple of Indian classical dance along with her daughter who follows her mothers’ footsteps faultlessly. These little things only go on to reflect how even the most eminent personalities like Nita Ambani hold traditions and values systems ever so dearly in these modern times.


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