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4-5 lakh revenue from Bishnupriya Manipuri Online

Since its inception of the blog in 2007, when I look back, and see what I have gained from it, I see I have earned a lot. The combined source of income from this blog has been touching staggering figure of Rs 4-5 lakh in a year since its inception.  If one calculates, in a month, the blog churns out Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000 per month. An unimaginable, tax-free, invisible complete passive money.


In the year 2010-2012, due to global slowdown, and other economic reasons, the blog saw bitter days with revenue swinging between Rs 2 lakh to Rs 3 lakh per year . In comparison to 2007-2009, the blog underperformed. However, after long haul of slump, the blog is again at its peak. It has become a money spinning machine.

Supposedly, in the financial year 2013-2014, the income from this blog has to be shown to the Government. After all it will reach over Rs 9 lakh in this period. And I wish to cross the figure anyhow, my hands and legs are deep into the blog, in an effort to monetize to the hilt. I am wondering how and where to park this amount of money, so that I can buy a home or a piece of land!

I am thankful to the Bishnupriya Manipuri Online who has given me wings to fly; big dreams to cherish...


Alas! April fool day means making fool of oneself. 

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