- An Indian family has gained popularity for living in a red and white house and wearing only the colours
- The head of the family, Sevenraj, wanted to be unique and so he adopted the colours as what he would be known for
- His wife and two children respect this tradition and they all live as a red and white family in Karnataka
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A family in Karnataka, India, only owns red and white things as a way of standing out in the world.
The head of the family identified as Sevenraj said when he was 18, he swore he would only wear red and white clothes till he dies, The Standard reports.
According to Sevenraj, he was only known in his town but today his popularity has transcended the shores of India due to his uniqueness.
The colour of Sevenraj's furniture is red and white. His home appliances and toilet seats are also red and white.
Speaking about his uniqueness, the Indian man said:
“I always wanted to be unique and living with these colours make me a unique person in the world. I was 18 and a big fan of Gandhi—his loincloth and glasses was his identity. Just like him, I wanted to be the unique person in the world."
He said people laughed at him when he started but today he is known around the world for his uniqueness. According to Sevenraj, people usually request for selfies at traffic signals.
Sevenraj added that some people send red and white gifts to his house.
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The Briggs family is from the Niger Delta and it is one of the richest families in the country. Late Chief Olu Benson Lulu-Briggs, the family's patriarch, founded Moni Pulo Limited, an oil exploration and production company.
Some other families on this list included the Tinubu and the Saraki families.
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