Bombay Oxygen

10.

Price: Rs. 13,400.10

The company’s main activity was manufacturing and delivering industrial gases, which was phased down on August 1, 2019. The company has large financial investments in the form of shares, mutual funds, and other financial assets, and the income from these investments is a source of revenue.

P&G

9.

Price: Rs. 13,257.10

Procter & gamble hygiene & health care ltd is one of india’s most rapidly rising fmcg companies. With a market capitalisation of Rs. 42,717.03 cr, it is currently trading at a pe of 73.37 and has given a return of 0.99% in the last 1 year as of may 2022.

Bosch

8.

Price: Rs. 14,290.00

Bosch is one of the most expensive share in India, with a market capitalisation of Rs. 41,801.05 Cr. It is a part of the German multinational company Robert Bosch (or just Bosch), headquartered in Germany and operates in the Auto Ancillary industry.

Nestle India

7.

Price: Rs. 17,120.15

Nestle India ranks 7th on our most expensive share in India list. With a market capitalisation of Rs. 162,594.02 Cr as of May 2022. Nestle is a food processing company with a wide variety of products, including Maggi, Kit-Kat, Nescafe, and Every day. It is the Indian subsidiary of Nestlé, a Swiss multinational company.

Abbott India

6.

Price: Rs. 18,149.60

Abbott India is currently the sixth most expensive share in India, with a market capitalisation of Rs. 38,190.06 Cr. Abbott India is currently trading at a PE of 47.82 and has given a return of over 11.87% in the last year. Though it is the most expensive share on the market at present, investors believe that it is worth the price tag given the company’s strong track record and promising future prospects.

3M India

5.

Price: Rs. 18,034.45

3M India Ltd is next on our most expensive share in India list, with a market capitalisation of Rs. 20,261.30 Cr. 3M Company USA holds a 75% equity stake in the company, and it has a diversified portfolio of products in dental cement, health care, cleaning, etc.

Shree Cement

4.

Price: Rs. 21,838.00

With a market capitalisation of Rs. 79,416.61 crore, Shree Cement is the fourth most expensive share on the Indian stock market. This cement manufacturer is headquartered in Kolkata and was founded in Beawar, Ajmer district, Rajasthan in 1979.

Honeywell Automation

3.

Price: Rs. 31,640.50

Honeywell Automation India Ltd is currently the third most expensive share in India with a market capitalisation of Rs. 27,889.66 Cr. It is a part of the Honeywell group from the USA and is well-known for providing integrated automation and software solutions. The product portfolio offered by Honeywell Automation India Ltd covers environmental and combustion controls, sensing and control, etc.

Page Industries

2.

Price: Rs. 42,482.20

Page Industries is the second most expensive share in India, with a market capitalisation of Rs. 47,436.18 crore. The company operates in the textile industry and manufactures and retails innerwear, loungewear, and socks.

MRF

1.

Price: Rs. 98,599

Madras Rubber Factory (MRF) is currently the most expensive share in India, with a share price of Rs. 98,599. The company has a strong history, dating back to 1946 when it was founded. MRF specializes in tyres for cars, bikes, trucks, and buses. It is the largest tyre manufacturer in India and has a wide range of products.