#mumbaigram hashtag on Instagram | inst24

#mumbaigram hashtag on Instagram | inst24

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“I’m new to Mumbai and still figuring things out. I miss my parents a lot, but you know what, you tend to find family in places you least expect. My flatmates and I hired house help to maintain the house. We had just moved in and she already judged that we had no idea how to cook a meal. She had Sundays off, so we were going to order food from outside. But, you won’t believe, she actually cooked extra food at her house and bought it home for us, so that we could have a hot and home cooked meal. She made me feel like I was home for the first time since I moved here. I guess it just goes to show that family isn’t only about blood relations and that kindness and love still exists today.”

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“Mumma always gives us two ice-creams but he always eats mine! I tell him I’ll complain to mumma but then he starts crying and I feel very bad so I give him a ‘last warning’ -- but then next time, again he eats my ice-cream!”

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“During my summer vacations, my mother and I would often experiment in the kitchen and try out new recipes together. My childhood was spent making little tit bits for dad and him complimenting my cooking! It was a feeling I loved. This one time we went to the Golden Temple in Amritsar and when I saw the langar there, I felt really motivated to feed people like that. Then, my brother spotted a local Gurudhwara truck feeding the homeless in London and asked me, ‘Why can’t we do something like this in India?” That’s when my mother and I decided that we would atleast give it a try. My mother and I began our initiative, ‘cook for a cause’ where we made dips and pickles and gave all the proceeds to charity -- we donated around 25,000 Rupees just like that. To understand more about food, I cooked in the Akshaya Patra kitchen in Thane. When I served these hungry kids their midday meal -- their expressions were priceless. These meals were the only reason they were living. I knew then that I had to do more for these kids. So mum and I decided to write a cookbook of all the recipes we’d tried over the years. I was juggling my 12th boards at this point, but I knew that the marks had their own place … this was something I just had to do. Finally we self published our book and so far we’ve sold over 200 copies. By February we will be making a donation of 3 lacs to Akshaya Patra which will feed 90 children… for the entire year! I’m 17 today and I feel like I’ve already found my purpose. I want people to know, that if you ever think that what you’re doing for society won’t make a difference, remember that the sea is made up of drops of water. If we all do a little bit, it’s going to be a lot one day, and that’s the only thing we need to focus on right now… one step at a time, one drop at a time.”

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