Aryaman Birla is the son of industrialist and businessman Mangalam Birla. Aryaman Birla Family, Net Worth, Sports Career, Business , Biography and Facts read all here.He has a huge opportunity in the form of a deal with an IPL team (Rajasthan Royals), and he is famous for turning the tournament into a player among the superstars. He is currently enrolled in the University of Mumbai’s commerce program for students who complete their studies through distant education.
Aryaman Birla Wiki/ Bio
|Full Name||Aryaman Vikram Birla|
|Born ( Age )||9 July 1997 (age 23)|
|Birth Place||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Education||Commerce Degree from University of Mumbai|
|Profession||Crickter / Business Man|
|Wife / Girlfriend||NA|
|Father||Kumar Mangalam Birla|
|Siblings||Sisters – Anaya Birla, Advaitesha Birla|
|Net Worth||70 Thousand crores ( eastimated )|
Aryaman Birla Family, Parents
Aryaman Birla Parents are Kumar Mangalam Birla, Neerja Birla.His Father’s name is Kumar Mangalam Birla and his Mother’s name is Neerja Birla who is an Indian philanthropist.His Grand father Aditya Vikram Birla was an Indian industrialist and his grandmother Rajashree Birla is an Indian philanthropist.
On November 25, 2017, he made his debut for Madhya Pradesh in the first-class competition that was part of the Ranji Trophy 2017-18. He was acquired by Rajasthan Royals in the 2018 Indian Premier League auction in January of that year.
In November of 2018, he made his debut in first-class cricket by scoring a century for the first time. Due to issues with his mental health, he decided to take a break from playing cricket in 2019, just in time for Rajasthan Royals to bid on him in the IPL auction in 2020.
Lesser Known Facts
Aryaman left his range in Mumbai to move to Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, where he felt he had a better chance of establishing himself in cricket.
Despite coming from one of India’s wealthiest families, Aryaman prefers to remain humble and avoid expensive things.
He travels in non-AC train coaches and stays with the team wherever they go.
For him, cricket is more important than anything else.