By Monisha G Kumar Last Updated:
The Ambani family is an inspiration to millions. Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani got married in the year 1985 when she was just 20 years old. Together, they have built a happy nest for themselves with their three children, Isha Ambani, Akash Ambani and Anant Ambani.
Despite being the most influential family in the world and being one of the renowned names in the world of politics, business and glamour, the Ambani clan has always remained grounded. Nita Ambani had once stated in a throwback interview with iDiva:
"Wealth and power don’t go together. Power cannot be brokered. To me, power is responsibility. And I derive it from my family, my work, my passion and my very middle-class values.”
Nita Ambani is not just a successful businesswoman but a very graceful dancer too. While we have seen many videos of Nita dancing with her family or at her children’s wedding festivities, her solo dance performance on Madhurashtakam left us awestruck. In the throwback video, Nita’s grace and charm on the stage while explaining Lord Krishna’s activities conquered the hearts of millions, who gaped at her performance with wonderment.
The popular businesswoman, Nita Ambani, was also named in Forbes' list of 'the most influential women business leaders in Asia' and is also the first Indian woman to become a member of the prestigious International Olympic Committee (IOC). Not just this, when it comes to traditional outfits, there is no one better than Nita Ambani to pull it off with utter grace.
According to kalamtimes, Nita had once donned a saree worth Rs. 40 lakhs, and it was one of the world's most expensive sarees. The saree had handwoven art studded with some real diamond, gold, ruby, pukhraj, emerald and pearls. The highlight of Nita's handwoven saree was the blouse as it had a beautiful picture of Lord Krishna, embroidered on its back. The saree was designed by Sivalingam, the director of Chennai Silks.
The first shining lady of the Ambani clan had nurtured her family with love and care. In an interview with the Hindustan Times, Nita had revealed how she had given the right values to her kids and had said:
“Both Mukesh and I grew up in a middle-class, joint family. There was a lot of love, compassion, warmth and understanding, but we also had to give up a lot of things. Our children cannot grow far from the values that they grow up seeing. The kids saw us, Mukesh’s parents and my parents, and they imbibed our values."
Well, we are definitely in awe of Nita Ambani’s graceful performance! What about you? Let us know.