Not Mukesh Ambani, this person from India has the largest residence in the world!

Everyone is familiar with Antilia, the home of Mukesh Ambani. It is one of the most expensive houses in the world. It is the most expensive house in India and Asia. However, when it comes to the largest residence, it is owned by a former cricketer in India. If this house is valued in modern times, it will be more than Antelia. The cost of Antilia is estimated to be Rs 12,000 crore.

This residence is close to the royal family of Gujarat. This residence of the alleged Maharaja Samarjit Singh Gaikwad of Gujarat is the largest private residence currently valued at Rs 20,000 crore. The name of this residence is Lakshmi Mittal Palace.

Samarjit Singh Gaekwad’s journey

Samarjit Singh Ranjit Singh Gaikwad was born on 25 April 1967 to Ranjit Singh Pratap Singh Gaikwad and Shubhangani Raje. He was a former first-class cricketer and administrator. He went to Doon School, where he enrolled and captained the domestic cricket, football and tennis teams.

He has a wealth of more than 20 thousand crores.

In May 2012, after his father’s death, Samarjeet Singh was crowned as Maharaja. The royal ceremony was held on 22 June 2012 at the Lakshmi Vilas Palace. Samarjeet Singh got ownership of Lakshmi Vilas Palace in 2013. According to Financial Express, Samarjit Singh Gaekwad has received a total inheritance fund of Rs 20,000 crore.

How wide is the palace?

The palace is spread over 500 acres and is bigger than Buckingham Palace, the residence of the British royal family. Apart from the mansion, he is also in charge of the Shahi Mandir Trust. It includes 17 temples in Gujarat and Benares.

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