Manu Kumar Jain revisits childhood memories, shows off impressive coin collection

The Xiaomi India MD's collection also includes pre-historic copper and gold coins.

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Manu Kumar Jain has managed to save every Indian coin since 1947 - from half a paisa to 10.
NEW DELHI: Did you know Manu Kumar Jain is a numismatist - a person who likes to collect coins?

The Xiaomi India MD took a well-deserved break from promoting the yet-to-be-launched Mi Notebook on Thursday, and spent all of his Sunday sorting out his coin collection.

The 39-year-old share a picture of himself on Twitter alongside half of his precious coins.



Boasting about his childhood hobby, the Global VP of Xiaomi revealed details about the coins he has in his collections. He had coins from over 50 countries, dating back to more 200 years. His collection also includes pre-historic copper and gold coins.

He also has managed to save every Indian coin since 1947 - from half a paisa to 10.

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During the coronavirus pandemic, Jain is making sure he enjoys every Sunday to the fullest. Last month, the tech boss indulged in a rain dance with his mask on. He stepped out to enjoy the beautiful Bangalore weather with all necessary precautions.


He also performed padmasana (lotus position) in yoga to relax his mind and body. He stressed on the need for positive actions during such uncertain times.


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