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Unbelievable! These pigeons in Rajasthan own property worth millions! Read to know more

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Millionaire pigeons sound strange, but they are real in the small town of Rajasthan, India, and they have properties worth millions named after them. 

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Pigeon owning shops in Rajasthan

These pigeons are from the state’s small-town Jasnagar, which is situated in Nagaur. The pigeons own 27 shops which are named after them along with 126 bigha land and a cash deposit of Rs three million in their name.

There are 400 gaushalas in the town which are being operated on the land that belongs to the pigeons.

How and when?


According to Prabhusingh Rajpurohit, it all started when, four decades ago, a new industrialist floated a Kabutaran Trust in Rajasthan. 

All the arrangements were made after getting inspiration from the ancestors and the former sarpanch Ramdin Chotiya and his guru Marudhar Kesari. They motivated everyone in the town to supply water and food to the mute birds.

The industrialist who was the pioneer in the project was Sajjanraj Jain, said Rajpurohit. People started donating with open hearts just after the project was floated.

The people opened around 27 shops with the help of huge donations. This made each and every person in the town determined enough to ensure the protection of pigeons and make sure that the birds get regular grain and water. 

Even the trust was named after the pigeons and hence is known as kabutaran trust (Kabutar, which means pigeon in Hindi).

Income from the shops owned by the pigeons

Income from the shop pigeons The North-Eastern Chronicle

With a rent of Rs 80,000 per month, the shops are earning a lot of money which is actually a miracle.

On the other hand, the land is being rented; therefore, it also stands as a regular source of income to the trust. All the earnings are being deposited in the bank, and it has increased to Rs 30 lakh over the years.

The trust has been daily supplying three sacks of food grains for the last 30 years. Also, arrangements are made in Gaushala for around 400 cows when required.

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