The post explains that it was his 70-year-old father-in-law who taught him how to live a good life. After retiring from the military, he started a grocery store in Belgaum, Karnataka. Still running the shop. He lost his fingers in the Kargil war while serving in the army. After voluntarily retiring as Havildar, Choru Peedika was left behind. Kamath tweets this along with a picture clicked sitting with Patil at the shop.
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This unchanging lifestyle is inspiring, says Kamath. He is 70 years old. But he goes to the market alone to buy groceries for the store. The regular commute is on a decades-old scooter. Mother-in-law is the only helper in the shop and at home.
Even when Kamath and his wife Seema acquired billions of assets, the father was not ready to give up the shop. .Nitin Kamath says that father’s eyes sparkle when he asks about the profit of various products in the shop. A box of peanuts worth Rs.200 is collected and sold for Rs.250. Maximum profit of 25 percent. But the satisfaction is great. No complaints about anything. Will not complain to anyone. Nitin Kamath also says that when he told his father that he wanted to marry his daughter nine years ago, he was advised to find a government job.