You still haven’t spent all your money on alcohol and the food you consume after it, since it is still early in the month.
But still, you’ve been working hard for the money, right? You’ve been slogging for at least a whole week and pretending to slog for 3 to gather all this sexy cash. Yet not all are fortunate enough or wealthy enough to take advantage of the opportunities for schooling and vocation.
Check out These 6 most well-known beggars from India who give us a fresh perspective on performance.
#1 Bharat Jain
A Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus area resident, Bharat Jain is one of the most prolific beggars in India. The 49-year-old with his painstakingly earned fortune has made it to numerous publications. The man is supposed to make about 75,000 a month, which is why he hasn’t left his profession to join the business of his family despite repeated requests.
In Parel, he owns two flats worth approximately 80 lakh and rents his property to a juice vendor for about 10,000 to some 20,000 a month.
#2 Malana Khan
Lokhandwala remains one of the swankier locations in West Mumbai, teaming up with the battle actors and people who hopefully will recognize them. It is here that Malana Khan practices his trade. Identified to his peers as the “Massu,” he has turned into a science to demand. Arriving at the exact location at eight and continuing to inquire until the nightlife in the area ends.
He is the owner of an Andheri West flat, he takes a rickshaw to his designated location, changes into suitable attire, and makes around 1000 and a good night, targeting people streaming out of the pubs and restaurants of the area.
#3 Laxmi Das
After begging for 44 years, Laxmi Das has collected up to 90 kilos of coins that she used to open an account and apply for a credit card.
She started out at the age of 16 and she was extremely frugal and possessive of her coins according to her friend. Many of the coins have been minted in the past and are out of circulation, but a CBI spokeswoman, Shantanu Neogy said they would be approved by the bank irrespective.
#4 Krishna Kumar Gite
The man who has made his living primarily near Mumbai CP tank is a bit of an urban legend for the area’s residents.
He owns property in Mumbai’s Nallasopara district, and leaves his brother to handle all his finances.
#5 Sarvatia Devi
A Patna native, Sarvatia Devi, who had been begging after her husband’s death for 25 years, left her searching for new avenues.
But she’s gathered a fair amount after a long career by frequenting pilgrimage places where she says the police don’t bother. She received two insurance plans over time and she pays a premium of 36,000 a year for that.
#6 Sambhaji Kale
Kale and his family of four start western Mumbai’s Khar district.
He has reportedly done very well for himself, being the owner of an apartment in Virar and land in the Solapur district.