She took him in but later gave him to her mother to look after.
Mrs Wilde and Mr Patel were thick as thieves for five years, until he was told he had to go home She said: 'The picture was put online and I got a message on my i Pad asking 'are you Ida Moreland?
Mrs Wilde, 83, was shocked to find is one of the world's richest men and a multi-millionaire businessman 'It turns out he'd spent years searching for his adopted Scottish family but we moved out of Glasgow and he couldn't find us.'The division of India and Pakistan displaced more than 10million people, and led to as many as a million deaths.
At the time Mr Asgar's father was also a wealthy businessman who was concerned for his family's safety and wanted his children to seek refuge in the UK.
Mrs Wilde's great aunt took Mr Asgar in after he turned up on her boarding school's doorstep completely terrified with three other children who had fled India during Partition.
After leaving the adopted family in Scotland, Mr Patel, now 78, returned to his homeland and built up one of the largest logistic companies in India.
A great-grandmother has been reunited with her long-lost brother after being split up 60 years ago - to find out he is one of the richest men in the world.
Ida Wilde, 83, never thought she would see her adopted brother Asgar Patel after he was forced to leave her Glasgow home and return to India.
He wanted to stay with us.'It wasn't an easy decision, but we knew he had to leave to be with his own family.'Saying goodbye to her adopted brother at the train station in Glasgow was 'heartbreaking' and although they exchanged Christmas cards, the pair eventually lost touch.
But sixty years later Mr Patel decided to message Mrs Wilde on Facebook on the chance it was actually her and she might even reply.