Of the many reasons why one may choose to give up a life of luxury, for a 24-year-old Indian millionaire monkhood was his.
Mokshesh Sheth, a young adult, chartered accountant and a member of one of India’s most affluent families, has decided to leave behind his materialistic life and become a Jain monk, reported India’s NDTV.
Sheth, the eldest son of Mumbai-based businessman, Sandip Shethm, will be giving up over $15 million.
The monk-to-be has been running his family business for the last two years.
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