No person in the world comes with the same destiny. The lines on every hand are unique that describe the fate of that person. Some matters like birth, death or choosing parents, etc. are not under the control of a human. These matters are pre-described by Allah.
On the other hand, Allah himself has given man the power to think and struggle. So there are some matters whose results are dependent on human passion and struggle.
To be rich or remain poor is also dependent on the efforts of the human being.
What is Necessary to Become Rich?
It is a fact that although everything happens on God’s decision, striving is also the task done by humans. Allah has made every individual with different capabilities.
To find your talent and utilize it, is man’s duty. So it is seen that mostly those people become successful in life whose passion and profession are the same. They work with love and strive with spirit. Eventually, they become wealthy.
So to become rich, it is necessary to:
- Determine your hidden qualities.
- Think about the profession where you can better show your talent.
- Set your goal.
- Show love for your job.
- Find ways of more and more learning.
- Make a belief in yourself.
Top Richest Men in Pakistan
The world exists with different kinds of people. There are rich and poor, determinant and looser. It is true that rich people continuously learn and grow. They are amazing people.
On the other hand, poor people think that they already know the picture. But human intention, passion, and efforts affect its destiny.
Here we provide unbiased information about The Richest Man in Pakistan spending a luxurious life.
Net Worth: $8.5 billion
Shahid Khan is the richest man in Pakistan, but he spends most of his time living in the USA. Shahid Khan is the owner of Flex – N – Gate. Till 2014, Shahid Khan’s net worth is $3.8 Billion.
The primary source of his earnings is from the business of Auto parts development.
2-Muhammad Anwar Pervez
Net worth: $4.6 billion
Source: Bestway groups, HBL
Muhammad Anwar Perwez is a Pakistani-British businessman 2nd among the richest men in Pakistan. Sir Anwar is the wealthiest Pakistani in the United Kingdom, with a net worth of $4.6 billion. Bestway Group and UBL are both owned by him. With a net worth of $4.6 billion, he is the richest Pakistani-born British citizen in the UK.
Pervez was born into a low-income family in 1935. After matriculation, he began working as a telephone operator. His first monthly salary was Rs.96 Meanwhile, when he was 21, he moved to the United Kingdom and worked as a bus conductor. He opened a shop in Earl’s Court in 1963. In the UK wholesale business, the company now has an 18% market share.
Net Worth: $3.4 billion
Source: Marriott Hotel, Pearl Continental Hotel, Orient Petroleum
He is the founder and chairman of Hashoo Group. In Karachi and Islamabad, he opened Holiday Inn Hotels. In the 1990s both hotels were called Marriott Hotels.
Pearl-Continental Hotels & Resorts is a great source of his income. Sadruddin Hashwani’s net worth is ₨155 billion (US$1.1 billion).
4-Muhammad Mian Mansha
Net Worth: $2.7 billion
Source: Nishat Group, MCB Bank, DG Khan Cement, Nishat Kia Motors Plant in Faisalabad, Owner of Emporium Mall, Nishat hotels, textile mills, car leasing company in Kazakistan.
Mian Mansha is also the chairman of MCB Bank. The acquisition of MCB Bank Limited (Muslim Commercial Bank) is another big source of his wealth.
His net worth is ₨.520 billion (US$3.7 billion) until 2019.
Mian Mansha is the founder and CEO of the Lahore-based international conglomerate Nishat Group.
He is not only the richest Pakistani but also the highest tax-paying man in Pakistan.
He comes from a wealthy Bengali family who immigrated to the United States In the 1930s. After the partition, his family returned to Punjab. They start a Cotton company that quickly grows Pakistan’s fabric manufacturing mill. In 2010, he was named to Forbes magazine’s list of the wealthiest people in the world.
5-Asif Ali Zardari
Net Worth: $1.9 billion
Source: Diversified, Agriculture, and Real Estate,
The eleventh president of Pakistan and a landowner from Sindh is well known as Asif Ali Zardari. He is the 5ht richest person in Pakistan. He is a Pakistani politician and the former co-chairperson of the Pakistan People’s Party.
His main source of income is politics and different businesses.
He is one of the Richest Man of Pakistan with a net worth of ₨.200 billion (US$1.9 billion).
Net Worth: $1.5 billion
Source: Bahria Town
A well-known name in the field of real estate is Malik Riaz. He is in the 6th position of the richest person in Pakistan. He is the founder of Bahria town, Bahria Icon Tower, Bahria Town Karachi, Bahria Town Rawalpindi, and Bahria Town Karachi. He is the owner of the largest private development company in the Asianamed, Bahria Group.
7-Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif
Net Worth: $1.4 billion
Source: Sharif Group, Ittefaq Group, Real Estate
Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is three times elected prime minister of Pakistan with a heavy mandate. He is the 7th richest person in Pakistan.
He has a great income source from properties. Nawaz Sharif has established many significant projects in Pakistan but unfortunately, he has been dismissed three-time from his prime minister seat, as similar happened to all prime ministers in Pakistan.
He was born into a business family, and so is the main source of his income. His father was the founder of the Sharif group and the Ittefaq group. Both groups operate in the field of sugar, steel, and textile industries.
Nawaz Sharif’s net worth is ₨150 billion (US$1.4 billion).
Net worth: $1 billion
Nasir Schon is the 8th richest person in Pakistan. He is a Pakistan-based renowned business leader and the owner of Schon Properties along with his brother Tahir Schon. This company was established in 1971 and got successful when it launches Real estate projects in the UAE.
He belongs to Karachi but currently, he is living in United Arab Emirates (UAE).
He purchased the 6th team of PSL Multan Sultans and made it the most expensive squad.
Net Worth: $ 0.95 billion
Source: Habib Bank Limited, Habib Metro, Habib University, Indus Motors Company
Rafiq M.Habib is a Pakistani 9th richest man with Rs 94 billion.
He is the owner of the House of Habib and Indus Motor Company and a well-known figure in the business world. The Habib family has a tradition that predates Pakistan.
The number of employees in the House of Habib is almost 10,000. His business has historical credibility.
Some other sources of his wealth are Habib University and head a conglomerate of 100 companies at least. Habib Bank Limited, Habib Metro, Habib Public School, and University, Indus Motors Company, Habib Insurance Company, and others are among the company’s many subsidiaries.
Net Worth: $0.9 billion
Source: Kohinoor Maple Party, Saigol Motors, Sajeel Motors
Tariq Saigol is the 10th richest person in Pakistan. Kohinoor Maple Party, Saigol Motor, and Sajeel Motors are all owned by him. He has also made significant investments in Kohinoor Textile Mills, Parks Electrons, and Kohinoor Electricity.
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Some Other Rich Men in Pakistan
Some Other names and their brief detail mentioned in the diary richest man in Pakistan is displayed in the following table
|Name most Rich Men||Source of Income||Net Wealth|
|Seth Abid Hussain||Green Fort
|₨84 billion(US$800 million)|
|Mian Muhammad Latif||ChenOne
Chenab Group, textile mills
|₨82 billion(US$780 million|
|Haji Abdul Ghafoor||Sitara Group
Sitara Chemicals, Sitara Energy, Sitara Textiles
|₨69.5 billion(US$660 million)|
|Sheikhani Family||Construction, land development, real estate||₨67 billion(US$640 million)|
|Byram D. Avari||Avari Hotels in Lahore, Dubai||₨52.6 billion(US$500 million)|
|Hussain Dawood||Dawood Hercules Corporation Limited
Engro Corporation, Favors
|₨52.6 billion(US$500 million)|
|Rafiq Rangoonwala||Cupola Group of companies||₨50.5 billion(US$480 million)|