Your neighbourhood samosawala may be earning Rs 1 lakh a month, just like his counterparts in Delhi and Mumbai
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Eating street foods in India has earned the country multiple laurels in the global front in terms of quick bites. While samosa and pakora can be considered a staple diet during evening in many Indian households, you have often felt pity on the man who sells it. Most of the time we tend to believe that samosa sellers in India are poor. Not only so, you must have noticed that some good-at-hearts wouldn’t take back change of balance just to make the street food hawker earn a little extra. But do you know that many of them actually don’t like that and they feel insulted. The reason behind this is, as many as 45% of street food vendors (including samosa wala, jalebi wala around your neighbourhood) just don’t have a self-esteem but earn almost a lakh of rupees every month.
While this may sound like an isolated story, other Quora users have found that most reputed kebab sellers of
The most reputed breakfast in Delhi and UP, chhole batore would make you feel hungry at anytime of the day. If a Quora report is to be believed, many of them sell some 500 plates of chhole batore all through the day. They earn no less than Rs 1.5 lakh a month.
One such snacks seller in the
However, just because a half of the fast food vendors, do keep in mind that not all samosawala earn the same and they shouldn’t be ignored. Have a samosa every week, pay on time and let the economy flow.
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