You must have seen beggars in almost every intersection, street, locality, bus and train of the country. Seeing their distressed condition will surprise you about we give five or ten rupees to them. But, imagine that the beggar to whom you give change turns out to be a millionaire, what will be the feeling on your face, it will be worth seeing. Today, the beggars about whom we are going to tell you about are actually among the richest beggars in India. These beggars have all the facilities which a common man might not have. They have sound bank-balance, their children study in a convent school.
In this list, Bharat Jain comes at number one, he lives with his family in the Parel area of Mumbai. Bharat is the richest beggar in India, yet don’t be surprised if he is seen begging on the streets of Mumbai. According to the news published in the magazine, Bharat has two flats in Mumbai. The cost of these flats is around 70 lakhs. Apart from the Parel area of Mumbai, he begs in different areas. Earns around Rs 75000 every month.
In the list of richest beggars in India, the second number is Lakshmi, a resident of Kolkata. Lakshmi started begging in Kolkata from 1964 at the early age of 16. She has spent more than fifty years of life in begging. She has raised lakhs of rupees from begging.Lakshmi’s earning is around one thousand rupees per day.
Geeta, a resident of Mumbai, comes at number three in the list of rich beggars. Geeta begs at Charni Road in Mumbai. It is said that she has her own flat and she lives with her brother. Geeta earns about 15 hundred rupees every day by begging. Earns so much every month that even graduates and post graduates are not able to earn this much.
Chandra Prakash Azad
According to the media report, Chandra Prakash Azad, who is dependent on begging, has his own house in Govandi. Unfortunately, he lost his life in an accident in 2019. After his death Mumbai Police had found all his properties and everyone was shocked after this revelation.
Pappu lives in Patna, is considered one of the richest beggars in India. He is from Bihar and his bank balance is more than 1 crore. Still, he begs people by saying that he has not eaten or drank anything for many days. Often people give begging after pitying his condition. Pappu Kumar sends his children to a convent school.