According to you how much profit does a tea seller make? Around Rs. 25K a month! But let us tell you about a tea seller from Pune, Maharashtra, who has set a benchmark for his competitors by making Rs. 12 lakh per month. Sounds impossible, right? But this tea seller is probably one of the richest in Maharashtra (maybe even India). Unlike pakora business, this tea selling business is also creating employment for Indians. Meet Navnath Yewle, the owner of one of the most famous tea stalls in Pune – Yewle Tea House. As per the reports, the idea of opening a ‘chai brand’ in Pune struck him in 2011.Also Read - Ganesha Chaturthi: Devotee Offers 10 kg Gold Crown to Pune's Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati

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Navnath said, “Basically, in 2011, I got the idea of making tea and that I can create a big business by making tea. I saw that in Pune we have Joshi Wadewale, Rohit Wadewala but there was no famous tea brand here. There are many chai lovers here and most of them don’t get the taste they desire. We studied tea for four years, finalized the quality of tea and decided to make tea into a big brand.” (Also read: Mumbai: Massive Fire Breaks Out in Chemical Factory in Ghatkopar) Also Read - Meet This Pune Girl Who Befriended & Cared For Over Dozen Parrots During COVID-Lockdown | Watch

Yewle has two outlets in the city and in a day, they sell around 3,000 to 4,000 cups of tea from each outlet and earns around Rs 10 to 12 lakh per month. He now plans to expand his business and make Yewle Tea House into an international brand. He added, “I think I feel there is a lot of employment here. Every outlet has around 10 to 14 employees. We are thinking of expanding to around 100 outlets, so this will employ many more people.” Yewle Tea House has got two centers in the city and every center has about 12 employees working in it. Also Read - Elgar Parishad Case: NIA Says Accused Wanted to Wage War Against Nation; JNU, TISS Students Recruited For Terror