Sonia Gandhi Net Worth

How much is Sonia Gandhi worth?

Net Worth:$2 Billion
Date of Birth:December 9, 1946 (77 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.63 m, 5 ft 4 in
Profession:Political Wife
Nationality:N/A
Sonia Gandhi Net Worth:
$2 Billion

Chairperson of the Indian Parliament’s United Progressive Alliance and former wife of Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. In 1998, she became the President of the Indian National Congress party.

She studied English through the Bell Educational Trust in Cambridge, England.

Despite being a native of Italy, she was active in Indian politics.

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Career

Sonia Gandhi’s political career began after the assassination of her mother-in-law and the active participation of her husband Rajiv Gandhi as the prime minister of the country. She joined politics by joining the Indian National Congress (INC) in 1997, 6 years after the assassination of her husband in 1991. A year later, she became the party leader of the INC.

Personal Life

She had two children, Rahul and Priyanka, with her husband Rajiv Gandhi.

She became active in Indian politics after her husband, Rajiv Gandhi, was assassinated in 1991.

Inspirational Quotes by Sonia Gandhi

The Congress has faced many difficult times in the past, much tougher than today. But we have never lost heart; we have repeatedly demonstrated our resilience by remaining committed to our vision, values, and the beliefs that have always sustained us.

Sonia Gandhi

In politics, you win and you lose. You come up in power, you go down; it's part of life.

Sonia Gandhi

I am aware that people at large are constantly angry with the Congress because they feel we are shouting. We are making noise, but there is a very serious reason for it. Parliamentary rules are not being followed.

Sonia Gandhi

This great country, this India, is woven of the rich individual strands of our regions, languages, religions, traditions, and communities through the ages. Yet its vibrant beauty can be seen only as a whole, a single seamless fabric, much greater than the sum of all the strands.

Sonia Gandhi

My father sort of relented. He saw Rajiv, and he said he is a good man. But his more worried about his daughter, because I was going far to a place completely different... with completely different customs. He felt that perhaps I would not be able to accustom to these new ways.

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