Today, we see a lot of people asking for food, and money at traffic lights, and on footpaths. We call them beggars. While seeing them, can anybody guess that they come under the category of some of the richest people in the country, i.e. they are the richest beggars of India? Torn clothes, pale skin, handicapped at times, penniless, nobody can predict who are they. Moreover, nobody can even imagine that they own such a huge capital.
A major population of India includes middle-class people who are having a typical 9 to 6 job and a burden of home loans. Businessmen work day and night to feed their families. Some people are so busy settling their careers that they don’t hope to come under the category of upper-class people. On the other hand, some beggars are the richest in the country.
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Just imagine that you are trying to figure out how can you be a millionaire, and what degrees you can gain to be a successful person. Now imagine a beggar asking for a penny at traffic lights and being an owner of a magnificent home. Will you feel that your degree is a waste? You definitely will. Well, I do too.
The young youth is traveling overseas for a decent career and a satisfying job with a great position. Some people are studying for 16 hours to have a job at the central level and bear the fruit of all the allowances and comfort they could have. Some are working so hard to lead a luxurious life.
Now think that there are many beggars with torn clothes and innocence in their eyes asking for money on footpaths. Think that they made a career in begging. Well, we have heard about having a career to travel overseas and earn crores. But we have never thought that people traveling only on footpaths of the smallest lane of the country would earn the same.
Beggars don’t always seem to be penniless. Some own properties in crores. Many beggars are entrepreneurs as well. Can you imagine a person saying “Allah ke Naam par dede baba” when he knows that Allah has given much more to them than the person he is asking for a buck? Now that’s something insane to imagine. But, it is a reality people are not aware of. It is one of the most ignored topics in the world because nobody has seen the other side of it.
So, discussing the most ignored topic here, let’s know about some of the richest beggars of India. Yes, the richest beggars of India.
Bharat Jain: In the list of the richest beggars of India, Bharat Jain stands in the first position. Bharat Jain is the owner of two apartments, each worth Rs.70,00,000. He earns around Rs.75,000 per month through begging. Moreover, Bharat is an entrepreneur who has hired many other beggars. He trains them on how they can effectively get and earn such a huge amount. Bharat begs in the streets of Mumbai and earns around 3 lakhs per month.
Shambhaji Kale: he ranks in the second position on the list of the richest beggars in India. Shambhaji Kale owns two houses and one flat through which he earns a certain amount every month via rent. Shambhaji begs on the streets of Mumbai and Pune and earns around 1 lakh per month through begging. Moreover, he has made certain investments in land and bank to fulfill his future needs. Here, people gain multiple promotions to earn lakhs. On the other hand, there are some of the richest beggars who earn the same amount through begging.
Pappu Kumar: After Pappu met with a major accident, he started begging at a railway station in Patna. Pappu, from the list of the richest beggars in India, owns assets of Rs.1.5 crores. He is often removed from the station by police forces.
Krishna Kumar Gite: he earns around Rs. 1,500 per day. According to the investigation reports, Krishna Kumar also has an apartment of Rs.5,00,000.
Lakshmi Das: Lakshmi Das is one of the women on the list of the richest beggars of India. She started begging when she was 16 years old. Now, Lakshmi earns around Rs.30,000 per month and also pays her insurance premium.
So these were some of the richest beggars in India. All these people from India earn lakhs in a month but it seems that they are homeless and innocent. Nobody knows about a person who is begging at a traffic signal, neither one knows about his properties. Such people are building their careers in begging.
Well, the world seems unusual after going through these things, but it is indeed true that nobody can judge a person by his or her appearance. Some may dress the best and still don’t have anything while some may roam the streets of India and be an owner of massive properties.
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