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Meet the Chai Wala who makes ₹12 lakh per month, here is his full story

There are several methods to make money nowadays. There is nobody in this world who wants to lead a frugal life as all would dream for a luxurious life. Meet the Pune’s Chaiwala. Meet Navnath Yewle, a chaiwala (tea seller).

He happily runs his tea shop in Pune and you”ll be amazed after hearing his earnings per month. It is Rs. 12 lakh a month! Yes, you read it right! He has some big ideas as well.

Credits: ANI

Navnath wants to turn his stalls into an international brand, something which is working towards fulfilling his dream. Talking about his progress with regards to his tea selling business, he has already hired 12 people and has been running 3 tea centres in different parts of the city to generate good income.

It was in the year 2011, he decided to open a tea stall and the rest is history. It’s because of the mix of hard work and smart work put together, he was able to come up to this level and he still has a long way to go to meet his demands.

Navnath earned his customers by serving top-quality tea. The taste of the tea at his stall saw a gradual increase in customers. Navnath Yewle told in an interview that they sell around 3,000 to 4,000 cups of tea from each outlet in the different parts of the Pune City and earns around a whopping Rs 10 to 12 lakh per month.

His ultimate dream is to open 100 stores in the next few years and also to provide employment to the youths of the nation. From what we can learn from this success story is that anything is possible in life if you have the will to do things.

Life offers us chances to grow, it gives us opportunities to become rich, it gives us chances to succeed and  Navnath Yewle was smart enough to write a success story for himself. The process of betterment can go on and on in life without a stop.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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