Benevolent venture by Indian business families are increasingly being led by women.
Fortunately society is changing ; women are playing an important role for social impact .
In India many leading business foundations are led by women . And also they are playing an indispensable role in deploying the philanthropic capital of their families or companies.
As you know Roshni Nadar Malhotra of HCL technologies is the richest Indian woman with networth ₹54,850 crores according to Kotak Wealth Hurun Leading Wealthy Women list 2020. Also on the top in Hurun India’s Philanthropy list. (Source : Mint)
Then Rajashree Birla, Rohini Nilekani, Nisaba Godrej also closely involved in their family business but equally involved in philanthropy.
Kiran Majumdar Shaw of Biocon manages her own foundation for cancer prevention and treatment.
We can consider women’s philanthropy has deep roots in India. They have made notable benefaction to social progress.
Basically in business world women are most successful.