The Most Expensive Homes Of The Super Rich In India
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The Most Expensive Homes Of The Super Rich In India

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 28 November 2014, 12:22 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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BENGALURU: Home is where heart is and when it comes to accommodate people, the heart have no boundaries. But the super riches of India have built homes not only closer to their heart but also gave in lot of efforts and money into it. As compiled by Yahoo, let us have look at the most expensive homes built in India.



# Antilia



Antilia is reputed to be the world’s most expensive home, and the proud owner is Mukesh Ambani, the richest man of India.



Antilia sits on Mumbai's tony Altamount Road and is 27 storied with 400,000 square foot area. The majestic home is named after a mythical island in the Atlantic, as fascinated by the tycoon.



The building has reportedly has six underground levels of parking, three helicopter pads, a 'health' level, and requires about 600 staff to maintain it. As the media reports go, the house costs around $1 billion.



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1: On one side the Supper Rich People who Occupy more AREAS for their Luxurious Living like Ambanis. Whereas on the other hand More than 50% under preveilaged live in the Shanty Hutments and struggling both ends to meet. this shows unequal distribution of Wealth and the Middleaged structure rule in DEMOCRATIC INDIA?
Posted by:Kamath - 30 Nov, 2014
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