Mumbai accountant rejects 100-crore business to become a monk
Mokshesh Sheth, a 24-year-old chartered accountant from a wealthy family, has taken up monkhood. He has given up his career and a family business worth over Rs. 100 crores to become a Jain monk.
Sheth managed his family business for two years after becoming a chartered accountant. In a ceremony in Gujarat, he gave ir all up.
This means Mokshesh will be unable to enjoy life like most other people do. He has to be detached emotionally from other people, places, or things.
He will be known as Karunapremvijay Jee from now on.
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