Writing this story I am pretty convinced that Rolls Royce is not just a luxury car, but something with which you can showcase your revenge. And by the end of this article, I think you will agree with me too. Remember the story of Maharaja of Alwar who was shooed away from a fancy Rolls Royce showroom in London after the salesman failed to recognise him? He later bought all the six cars in the showroom and used it for collecting waste in his city. Recently, a man from London made fun of a Sikh man’s turban, little did he know he was a billionaire and held his cultures very high. Also Read - Newlywed Couple in Uttarakhand Ditch Car, Return Home From Wedding Venue on a Tractor to Support Farmers
Reuben Singh, the proud Sikh took to social media and challenged the man that he will match his turban with his Rolls Royce cars for a week. And now, social media users are finding it hilarious how an Indian on foreign land handled a situation. While one may call it a display of wealth, it also shows how people hold their culture and tradition close to hearts. Also Read - This Kerala Entrepreneur Converted His Rolls Royce Phantom into a Luxury Cab
Here is his tweet:
Check out his turban matching Rolls Royce collection:
Maharaja Jai Singh on his visit to London was walking on the Bond Street in London dressed casually when he spotted the Rolls Royce Phantom II Tourer wanting. However, he wasn’t entertained, so he went to the showroom and bought all the six cars in the showroom and also brought it to India. After reaching India, Maharaja ordered all those six Rolls Royce cars to be used for cleaning and transportation of city’s waste. Rolls Royce’s reputation went a downhill and affected their revenue. They then apologised to the Maharaja and offered new six news cars. Accepting the apology, the Maharaja stopped using the cars for carrying waste.