OmOm, posted on on 16th May, 2018, 199 Views

Meet Rahul Taneja Who Served at A Restaurant in Jaipur, Fixed Tyre Punctures, Now Owns A Jaguar worth Rs. 1.5 Crore.

We take birth and die one day while there are folks amongst us who come up from where they belonged to and change things around them along with setting an example for the rest. Yes, Name-Rahul Taneja, City-Jaipur, Old Profession-Waiter and Current Profession-Event Management.

Surprised!!! ….Obviously and his journey from being a servant to a billionaire is not only absorbing but also awe-inspiring. So, let us start.

Born in a hand-to-mouth family in a very small village of Mandala Tehsil, Madhya Pradesh, Rahul Taneja, the youngest of all 5 siblings, started working at a very young age with his father at an automobile repair shop where he used to fix punctures. However, he had one thing in mind that born as a poor does not mean that you die as a poor and a quest to achieve something in life took place. He left home and started serving in a restaurant for two years, became a hawker, sold fire-cracker on Diwali, colors on Holi, and kites on Makar Sankranti. Worked on a ‘Dhaba’ during the day and ran an auto during nights.

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This struggled ended when a few boys of his locality complemented him for his personality and advised him to try in the upcoming Mr. Jaipur contest. And guess what? Rahul won the title. Besides, he contested and won the Mr. Rajasthan title as well. But he did not stop here and became the Male of the Year. All these achievements fetched him a lot of modeling assignments that establish him in the arena. Later, he did some events and from there he entered into the business of event or wedding management. Swedge Farm, Jaipur inhabitant, Rahul Taneja is the founder of Event and Wedding Management company Live Creations.

Rahul shares a very interesting thing about himself that is his love for a particular number, and that is No. 1. He is so passionate about getting this number that recently he bought the VIP number-RJ 45 CG 0001-by paying 15 lakhs at an auction for his latest Jaguar worth ₹. 1.5 crore. One of the RTO personnel has revealed that this is the most expensive number someone has grabbed in the state. His and line and mobile’s last seven digits are also 1.

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