List of people who became Rich within a quick span of time, details inside

There is nobody in this world who wants to lead a frugal life. Everyone wishes to do their dream job. Though we all dream of getting a job in a reputed company, very few of us actually get the offer because they push themselves beyond boundaries to accomplish their mission.

Their ability to look at life with a fresh and positive perspective sets them a class apart from most other people. Though we all dream of being successful very few of us actually get to relish the taste of success and this is due to the fact that many of them give up dreams midway owing to lack of perseverance or loss at some point or some distractions.

Story of Rakesh Jhunjhunwala- The man who earned a whopping ₹284 crore in just 6 years

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala’s story is one that needs to be told to inspire the young entrepreneurs of India. Do you know how much did Rakesh earned in 6 years? He was able to earn a whopping Rs 284 crores by investing in the Escorts Group, the leading tractor manufacturers. In 2013, Rakesh Jhunjhunwala purchased 50 lakh shares of the company for the very first time in his life.

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By December 2015, he had a staggering total of 1.12 crore shares. He took a next decisive step as he sold 12 lakh shares and kept 1 crore shares of the company in the December 2017 quarter. Today, his overall stock in the company is worth Rs 648 crore.

In September 2013, the stock was trading around 80 rupees, hence the 50 lakh shares would have been estimated at around Rs 40 crore. At the current value of Rs 648, the 50 lakh shares purchased in the year 2013 is now estimated to be around Rs 324 crore and thereby, giving him an incredible profit of Rs 284 crore.

Nonetheless, the economic slowdown did cause damage to his auto industry in 2019. The stock price of the Escorts group saw a decline of 8.2 per cent due to this. But for the second quarter (Q2), Escorts had reported a marginal rise in its September quarter (Q2FY20) net profit at Rs 101.5 crore against Rs 101.2 crore in the same quarter 2018.

Escorts has now reported a 1.6 per cent rise in tractor sales at 13,353 units in October. As far as the Domestic tractor is concerned, the sales last month were at 13,034 units as compared to that of 12,867 in October 2018, an increase of 1.3 per cent, it said.

Exports remained at 319 units as compared to 273 in the same month of 2018, a growth of 16.8 per cent, the company added in a statement.

Through hard work, grit, determination and reputation for being dedicated to his internal moral compass, he was able to build a business empire.

Inspirational story of Adarsh Jalan who quit his IT company job and built Rs.200 crore empire.

In the early 2000s, Adarsh came to Bengaluru in the hope of starting his own software business. After 5 years of working in the IT stream, he decided not to continue in the same field of work. He started new innings in his life when he came to know that gherkins were being sold by farmers to big global companies in the streets of Bengaluru. Being from a business family that has ventured into a lot of products barring food, closest being tea, Adarsh made use of the jackpot to better effect.

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He had set up Neo Foods in 2005, where the company directly started working with farmers, assisted them, taught them and build a close connection over a transaction.

His route map to success was observed on day one when Neo foods became an export company, having 100 per cent of exports to foreign countries like Russia during its initial days.

Then, once the export empire became balanced, the company has now ventured into domestic markets since 2014 which is operated by the better half of Adarsh, Mrs. Shalini Jalan.

More than 2000 stores in the country and a dedicated family leading the business, Neo foods has also managed to expand the business, starting from just pickled vegetables to quality fruits and vegetables.

Initially, the company faced logistics issues, communication gaps with farmers and moreover, they hard to convince retailers to start selling a new product. However, they have now tie-ups with big names like Spencer’s for their increased sales.

IT couple quits high-paying jobs & opens Tea stall, plans to convert lakhs to crores

In today’s world, money speaks volumes. Wherever you go, the first thing that people about is your earnings. Isn’t it? When you’ve landed into your dream job, then the transition becomes quite easier for you to grow from strength to strength.

On the contrary, we have also seen people getting paid handsomely but with less job satisfaction. But the equation is going to be the same as the majority of the people run only behind money and not behind their favourite jobs.

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We must appreciate people like Nitin Biyani and Pooja who like to stand on their own without having to depend on bosses. Both are husband and wife and they are giving entrepreneurship goals. Nitin and Pooja were working in software companies and much to their work standards, they got paid handsomely 15 lakhs per month but were least satisfied with their jobs.

Nitin opened up his previous work experience with software companies where he plied his trade for 10 years. The couple decided to quit the lucrative high-paying jobs and start new innings in life by opening Chai Villa in Nagpur almost a year ago. It was when their life started to change. When you follow your heart, everything is peaceful. Today, they earn up to Rs.5 lakh every month.

“I have been working for 10 years as an engineer in companies like IBM and Cognizant, but my wife and I wanted to do something different in life so we started this shop and now we earn up to Rs 5 lakh every month,” he added.

With plenty of tea and coffee flavours to choose from, the stall has perfected the attracting the customers. “Chai Villa sells more than fifteen types of tea and coffee. The shop offers various kinds of snacks too and also takes orders through WhatsApp and Zomato. The stall also has special containers for delivering tea in offices, banks, and hospitals. We have also hired a lot of people and want to expand our chain,” Nitin Biyani said according to ANI.

Chai Villa on an estimate serves more than 2000 cups of tea in a day. Nitin and his wife are happy with the success and he wants to take this business to a different level. Right now, he is looking for investors who can help him open more such stores in other cities as well.

Nitin said adding that the shop was on many social networking sites and even the customers are turning up in numbers to get a new experience. One of the customers, Hritesh, said, “I like this place as we get different types of tea at affordable prices here and it is very hygienic.”

Munaf Kapadia quit his job at Google to sell Samosas, has a turnover of Rs 50 lakh

Getting a job at Google is no small feat for most of the aspiring IT geeks. Life is settled when you get a job at Google. The company offers a handsome paycheck. You can take pride in being part of the multi-national giant company. But have you ever heard of a guy quitting a high-paying job at Google to sell samosas? Quite shocking, isn’t it? But for Munaf Kapadia, he just had to quit the job in a bid to follow his passion.

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To quit Google company for the sole purpose of selling samosas might be a stupid idea for others but not for Munaf Kapadia who followed his heart. Today, his business has a yearly turnover of Rs. 50 lakhs. He is now the proud owner of The Bohri Kitchen (TBK) in Mumbai.

Munaf did what he felt was right. He completed his MBA from Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee Institute a few years ago. He was then employed by Google. He started his venture at Google working abroad. However, after a few years, he looked at life from a different perspective. He decided to start a business on his own and so he returned to his motherland India.

Munaf’s mother Nafisa always had an eye for cooking. She is fond of watching cooking shows on television and is a great cook. He was taken with the idea of opening a food chain after picking up some important tips from his mother. Initially, he let a few people sample his mother’s spicy food. Gradually, The Bohri Kitchen started to gain a lot of customers.

There is a huge demand for TBK’s samosas among iconic celebrities and five-star hotels. Apart from samosas, Nargis, kebab, Dabba gosht and many other spicy recipes are being sold here. The idea to invite people over for a paid meal was a hit and that’s how The Bohri Kitchen, a concept food dining experience in Mumbai, was born.

There is a demand for TBK’s samosas among famous celebrities and five-star hotels. The company now has a turnover of Rs 50 lakh and it is expected to reach greater heights in the times to come. Munaf, the ambitious guy aims to expand and increase the yearly turnover to nearly Rs 5 crore in the coming years.

From letting people taste a sample to making the people wait in long queues to get the samosas, Munaf’s TBK gained good recognition. Munaf couldn’t have asked for a better result and he credited his historic success to his mother. He has been featured in the Forbes Under 30 list.

Peyush Bansal quits lucrative job and builds a company which has annual revenue of 500 crore

Getting a job at Microsoft is no small feat for most of the aspiring IT geeks. Life is settled when you get a job in this elite company. The company offers a handsome paycheck. You can take pride in being part of the multi-national giant company. However, there are smart brains who don’t consider Microsoft as the final destination as there are several other paths to become much more successful and the story of Peyush Bansal is one that needs to be told to inspire the youths of the nation.

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Peyush Bansal had the vision to establish the online optical store Lenskart in 2010. Today, he is currently on the list of the most successful startup entrepreneurs in the country. Just like every other entrepreneur, his journey in becoming the most successful person was quite tough with many challenges.

Peyush’s father who was a chartered accountant always wanted his son to have a secured job and gave absolutely everything to provide him with a good education. Peyush studied hard day and night and then finally obtained an engineering degree from Canada.

Peyush was placed with Microsoft, USA. He then had a staggering salary package. However, he got bored after working for a few years.

In the year 2007, Peyush decided to return to India and his parents were unhappy with his decision. Peyush invested plenty of time in planning his own business venture. At that time, E-commerce was a whole new concept and it was then Peyush started a search portal named “” which offered information to students about accommodations, carpool services, books and part-time job opportunities and so on,

Peyush operated the portal for about three years and in 2010, India witnessed the fast growth of online businesses.

He wanted to achieve great success in life and so he decided to launch four new websites namely,,, and for selling eyewear, watches, bags, and jewellery online.

Over the years, Peyush concentrated only on Lenskart and eventually, he was able to make it India’s biggest online optical store.

Lenskart has offline stores opened now across all major cities in India with advanced facilities. Currently, Lenskart provides eyewear to around 1000 people each day in more than 1500 cities in India. The company also provides daily eye checkup facilities to over 500 at their home.

As of September 2019, Lenskart had over 500 stores across 70 cities in India. The company had an overall valuation of $1.5 billion by December 2019 after Softbank invested around $275 million.

Financial backers of Lenskart are TPG Growth, International Finance Corp and Adveq Management. Ratan Tata (of Tata Sons) and S Gopalakrishnan (of Infosys) have also invested in Lenskart. In March 2018 Wipro Chairman Azim Premji invested 400 crores in the group taking the valuation of the firm to 3000 Crore.

By the year 2016, Lenskart had become one of the two top optical chains in the country along with Titan Eye Plus. Its manufacturing facility in Delhi manufactures 300,000 glasses a month.

Apart from India, Lenskart also has a factory in Zhengzhou (China) which manufactures about 50% of the production. Lenskart had launched the eyewear brand John Jacobs in the year 2017 and for that brand aimed to touch a staggering Rs 500 crore in revenue in two years. In, 2018 the company became profitable.

The ‘Eyewear Retailer’ is in advanced talks with Japanese group SoftBank including the private equity firm Kedaara Capital for investment.

It should be noted that in October 2017, Lenskart’s first brand ambassador was Katrina Kaif. In March 2019, the company roped in Bhuvan Bam as their first male brand ambassador.

Lenskart Solutions posted annual revenue of Rs 486.2 crore in FY19, which is up by 56.3 per cent from its reported revenue of Rs 310.9 crore in the previous fiscal, documents filed by the company with Registrar of Companies (RoC) revealed.

Meet Griffith David- This Man made Rs 1.5 crore by selling sauces

We all know that Subway has always been one of the healthier choices as far as the fast-food industry is concerned. However, there is one particular outlet which holds the record for selling the most submarine sandwiches annually across all Subway outlets globally. Here comes the best part. The outlet is in India.

Meet 50-year-old Griffith David Bengaluru-based entrepreneur who owns the Subway Franchise at the Bengaluru‘s Kempegowda International Airport. The outlet is so popular that it bakes fresh bread up to 10 times per day in a bid to meet its massive demand.

While speaking about his outlet, David told SMBstory, “My outlet at Bengaluru airport was awarded number one in unit sales worldwide in 2015 and 2019. It is in a great location, open 24/7, managed efficiently and serves only fresh food. Further, we ensure the line moves quickly. This way, we are able to sell around 1,200 subs each day,” he added in a statement.

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With IT background and an MBA degree from Thunderbird School of Global Management, Arizona, David was pretty much interested in entering the food industry but had no prior experience and it was then he made up his mind to take up the Subway franchise. As the days progressed, Griffith slowly acquired the franchise for five more Subway outlets.

During his IT days, Griffith worked with Intel and Yahoo and used to manage teams and business units in countries like Asia, Europe, and North America.

Besides these franchises, Griffith had the Habanero Restaurant chain in several cities like Bangalore, Hyderabad, & Chennai. Despite good reviews & loyal customers, the restaurant was not able to generate expected profits. At this time, Griffith came up with a different strategy.

With the first-hand experience, he had received from managing these Subway outlets he then started Habanero Sauce business from scratch in 2012.

Having Subway franchise along with his restaurant business, Griffith entered Habanero Sauce business which took him to a whole new level. The Habanero business toady has a total revenue of Rs 1.5 crore and has 30 employees working under him.

There are several social media platforms in the digital world. Majority of the users surf these sites for entertainment purpose and to interact with their friends, relatives etc. Many people think that spending time on social media is a mere waste of time. You’re wrong if you come up with this statement. Besides all this entertainment stuff, one should take note of the fact that social media also serve as the best opportunity to build a career.

The youths who didn’t get a job outside the world have started to jump into the online world for a better future. For the unversed, there is a post called Social Media Brand Manager where they earn around Rs.16-18 Lakh.

These experts have a sound knowledge of social media platforms and are responsible for handling the social media reputation of a company. They observe the kind of comments what people post on social media for their company and then try to make necessary adjustments only to ensure that there the company’s image on the internet is good.

19-yr-old youth Avinash Mada made ₹80 lakh from Instagram in 6 months

List of people who used Social media effectively and became super-rich in life
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Avinash Mada has established himself as one of the richest youths in the country. So, how did he manage to become rich with the help of social media? Let’s learn about it. The more he started surfing about Instagram, the better he learnt that there is a massive chance for him to build a strong foundation.

At an age where youths are pursuing studies in college, this 19-year-old B.Tech student of LPU has managed to find a way to earn massive income out of Instagram and that too within 6 months of time.

The young entrepreneur who is behind two successful start-ups is now seen as a youth icon in India. He helps people to improve their marketing strategies, teaches them how to earn more and more clientage and followers. He charges each client up to $1,000-2,000.

He added that he had started it all as a hobby as he made an Instagram Page and started to post memes on it. Very soon, he discovered that the followers started to expand with time and companies have also approached him on a product-promotional basis.

He went on to claim that anyone who is into digital marketing can get into this business and earn up to 3-6 Lakh per month with ease.

Talking about Avinash’s clients and future plans, he has clients ranging from E-Commerce Masters to Skin Care Products and as many as 7 freelancers across the world are working with him. He is also offering an IG Empire course to youngsters in which he will teach them how to earn money using small tricks and techniques on Instagram and how to improve the base of followers.

He has been busy working on this course and has recorded around 100 videos which he will offer to his students and charge up to $500-1000 from each one of them.

8-yr-old kid has earned ₹185 crores in 2019

List of people who used Social media effectively and became super-rich in life
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Usually, 8-year-old kids probably play video or PC games, assemble toy bricks, solve some puzzles, watch cartoons and so on. In an age where kids play with toys, this 8-year-old elementary school kid, Ryan is making millions in revenue in a year from his YouTube account, according to Forbes.

Ryan ToysReview, popular YouTube star took the No. 1 spot in 2018 on Forbes’ annual list of the highest-earning YouTube accounts.

Ryan the 8-year-old “host” of Ryan ToysReview, a famous toy-review channel on YouTube, jumped from No. 8 to No. 1 on Forbes’ annual list of YouTube stars who are earning the most money.

A family-run YouTube channel named Ryan ToysReview earned about $22 million in pretax income from June 1, 2017, through June 1, 2018, according to Forbes, up from $11 million the year before. The estimate of $22 million put Ryan ToysReview ahead of controversial star Jake Paul ($21.5 million).

In 2016, The Verge profiled the channel and Ryan’s parents, who have shot and produced the account’s frequently (nearly daily) released videos since Ryan ToysReview started in March 2015.

Ryan ToysReview started out at a slow pace until a July 2015 video went viral on social media platforms. The video shows Ryan opening and reviewing a box containing more than 100 toys from Pixar’s “Cars” series. The video has close to 935 million views.

The channel keeps the young kids engaged in the latest activities as it reviews new toys or kids’ food products. The most interesting part is that the videos feature some enthusiastic commentary from Ryan with off-camera guidance from his mom and dad.

Ryan also signed a deal with Walmart to sell a toy line- “Ryan’s World” exclusively in over 2,500 US stores and Walmart’s website. Besides that, he has a brand collaboration deals with Colgate, Nickelodeon, Roku, etc. Additionally, he has his own set of toys and merchandises that his followers love to afford that is being sold at Target, Amazon and Walmart. The kid even has media deals with networking giant Hulu.

Ryan ToysReview has a massive fan-following with as many as 26.7 million. Today, the eight-year-old is the highest-paid YouTube star in the world this year.

A girl named Chelsea earns Rs.9 lakh/hr by playing games at home

Money is an important factor these days. You get paid based on your work standards. If you are a hardworking person, you may earn a good amount and if you combine both hard work and smart work, then earning handsome money would be easy.

Earlier, people used to earn money only through offline segment but now, the internet offers a broad spectrum of options for the people where they can earn money and lead a luxurious life. Well, one can’t deny the fact that the internet has changed the way we live our lives in the contemporary world. For a fact, online games are addictive and it attracts more people.

List of people who used Social media effectively and became super-rich in life
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Earning money by playing online games is such a super cool job. Isn’t it? This Australian girl, identified as Chelsea, is living her dreams just by playing online games. She finished her degree in agriculture but her full focus is on computers and gaming so she made up her mind and chose her own path where she could find a job with fun and entertainment.

After completing graduation, Chelsea was looking for ways to earn money and her life saw a turning point when she came to know about the online gaming fun-filled job. She liked it from the word go and she started to work on that and gradually became an expert. You’ll be amazed after knowing her income. She plays video games and earns 8 lakhs per hour. Yes, you read that right! 8 lakhs in just 60 minutes.

You must be figuring out how she is making so much money just by playing games. To dig deep, she gets paid for the advertisements that are displayed during her live gaming streaming and this is how she manages to earn a staggering amount. For watching her play, the online users splash the cash and pay for the subscriptions. Not just that, many other popular companies are also paying her for playing games made by them.

When the girl plays, it’s a win-win situation for both sponsors and Chelsea as companies draw the target audience through live streaming and she earns more. Chelsea has over 46.6 lakh followers on the microblogging Instagram platform and she bags additional money through sponsored posts on Instagram as well.