In today’s growing prices a full meal at Rs.5 is what catches the eye. Dadi ki Rasoi which means Grandma’s Kitchen. In Noida, at Ganga shopping complex this happens daily. Mr. Anoop Khanna has been doing it in Noida sector – 29 for years.  Lunchtime and feeding to 500+ a home-cooked daal chawal without any demands in return. It has customers from rickshaw puller, daily wage worker, maids, even students and passer by’s.

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Meal for all is what I call it.
Many have contributed his helping hands in various ways, sponsoring days raw material on occasion of daughter’s birthday party or even newly married couples. His family has extended a very helping hand in his effort which he now pledges to carry forward until the end. Nearby society people are also joining the similar effort after getting motivated by him.
Anoop ji is ensuring that every individual gets the basic needs of Roti, Kapda & makaan i.e. Food, Clothing, shelter. He also runs “Sadhbhavana store”, that gives underprivileged people clothes, shoes and books. He also has pharmacy store and tries to be avaialble 24 hours.
Anoop ji respects a person’s self esteem and don’t want to treat the people who are financially weak as beggars. He tries to make things economical but ensures that quality and taste of the food is intact.
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“Small steps bring big changes in our society” this is Anoop’s motto in life. These are the real helping hands, who share love, care, food, and humanity.
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There are many unsung real-life champions who have helped or contributed towards the betterment of our society, Let’s learn from them and be a helping hand.
This is part of my Positive Humans series I have been writing on people who are an inspiration, motivation with their attitude of gratitude and ever helping nature. To meet such motivational humans click and read here.

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This post is part of the #WATWB We Are the World Blogfest, a monthly event created by Damyanti Biswas. “We Are the World Blogfest” which seeks to promote positive news. Sharing these stories that show compassion and the resilience of the human spirit increases our awareness of hope in our increasingly dark world. For more information, visit:   http://www.damyantiwrites.com/we-are-the-world-blogfest/ 


18 Comments

Preeti's Panorama · 1st October 2018 at 19:40

Such an inspirational story and I like the simplicity with which you present the story. Such Individuals need to be known by many. They are the stalwarts of humanity. #readbypreetispanorama

    PraGun · 2nd October 2018 at 07:40

    Thank you for reading

eshachaks · 2nd October 2018 at 07:53

Inspiring to say the least.. Thank you for bringing us these stories

aditi · 3rd October 2018 at 02:11

Such people strengthen my belief in humanity. Hats off!

Sonia Chatterjee · 3rd October 2018 at 05:00

Such an inspiring story. The world needs more men like him.

shravmusings · 3rd October 2018 at 07:11

I hope to see this kind of positive news every day so that we also can emulate them.

    PraGun · 3rd October 2018 at 07:45

    Yes you are right, such ppl are motivation.

Sanjota Purohit · 3rd October 2018 at 15:15

Unsung heroes! May God give him lots if happiness, peace & love. Very inspiring!

Sudip1210 · 4th October 2018 at 18:10

Be the change that you wish to see. An inspiring tale!

Abhijit Ray · 5th October 2018 at 04:49

Heartwarming!

Priyanka Naik · 6th October 2018 at 12:32

They say feeding someone is the most blessed deed there is. A truly inspiring story of an unsung hero!

    PraGun · 6th October 2018 at 13:40

    Yes, rightly, said, thanks for stopping by

Damyanti Biswas · 29th October 2018 at 04:30

This is a wonderful initiative! Thanks for sharing this.

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