Hinduja Group is an international multi-industry group has its head office in London. Hinduja is owned by London-siblings Srichand Gopichand, Prakash and Ashok. Siblings are eager about revamping the delayed power projects and infrastructure nearly with capital of $10 billion. Their fortune stepped up by the Ashok Leyland's stock. Mean while the shares of IndusInd Bank also raised and now values about $1 billion. Gulf oil investment have benefited because of US-based Houghton. The siblings are reviewing about enrolling Houghton on the New York Stock Exchange and in the Africa and Middle East trades on Nasdaq Dubai. Srichand and Gopichand are the off-spring of Parmanand Deepchand Hinduja, who co-founded Hinduja group in 1914 functioning in Mumbai at start and then in 1919, international functioning of Hinduja has provoked in Iran. Head office of the company was migrated to Europe's London city due to the Islamic revolution. Srichand and Gopichand migrated to London in 1979 to extend the export business. Sibling Prakash takes control of the group finance in Geneva, at the same time Ashok manages the Indian Group companies, and all the 4 siblings are orthodox, teetotaler and fruitarian, they also dress up in same way.