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This Bengaluru couple earns Rs 12 lakh a day by selling samosas

According to reports, the idea of ​​selling samosas came to Shikhar when he was studying and had a dream to sell samosas outside State Bank of India (SBI) branches. But, keeping in mind the norms of the society and the degrees he had, he decided to become a scientist. One day in 2015, when he saw a boy crying for samosas in a food court, he decided to celebrate India’s most popular snack and quit his prestigious job as a scientist, moved to Bengaluru and ‘Samosa Singh’ opened. At that time, Nidhi Singh was also working in a high position in a pharmaceutical company in Gurugram with an annual package of Rs 30 lakh. (Image: iStock)


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