“Children who are raising in poor families while facing bad situations and still turn our to be kind to others, are the real heroes of today and tomorrow.”

Picture : Streets of (Dharavi)Mumbai

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PS – DharaviΒ is in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.Β It houses one of the largestΒ slumsΒ in the world.

Dharavi slum was founded in 1882 during the British colonial era. The slum grew in part because of an expulsion of factories and residents from the peninsular city centre by the colonial government, and from rural poor migrating into urban Mumbai (then called Bombay).Β It is currently a multi-religious, multi-ethnic, diverse settlement.Estimates of Dharavi’s total population vary between 700,000Β to about 1 million.
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54 thoughts on “Heroes”

  1. yes truly said…
    Also readers from West please just don’t see India as of poor,shabby people and of the snake charmers.
    India is very much different and despite its variety there are those poor living in places like dharavi…

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    1. Exactly Anand. And thankfully I have a few friends from foreign who reads my blogs on India and poverty. When I ask their views on India, they are like so impressed by the people here. I’m glad that they respect India as much as we do. πŸ™‚

      Thanks for stopping by, Anand πŸ™‚

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  2. It is sad you know. It makes my heart ache. But I agree, they’re heroes. Most of them. The one’s who choose life. It is brave to accept everything the way it is. It takes a lot of courage and not everybody does that. Many of them find the way. Sadly, they are very few. The heroes.

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    1. Yes Eva. πŸ™‚
      What makes me seeing this beautiful picture of this child is his ‘broad smile’ although, he has nothing great in his life to lose but still he carries that smile all day long. πŸ™‚

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      1. It is inside you na. How you percieve life. You see kids like these everyday. At traffic lights and outside malls and restaurants. They are still happy. Finding happiness from smallest of the things. There is a lot to learn from them. Kehte hai na bade log, bhagwan paise bohot ko deta hai, dil wo apne pyaro ko hi deta hai.

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  3. How playful these kids look despite burden of poverty and emptiness. The innocence shines on their faces. They are the real “Heroes”.
    It feel so sad to see majority of our country is dwelling like this. 😦

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    1. Yes, you’re cent percent true Shreya. But motive to share this thought here is not to tell the world that how people (in slums) are going through such situations. I really love the happiness of this child who has nothing to lose while we (middle class and higher class) has so many things but we still crave for more and more. We’re becoming greedy in that case. Hence, even I too apply this funda in my life to be happy with whatever I have. It’s great when you know that you own nothing, hence you can’t lose anything.

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  4. Time is a big teacher! It’s all about time. I also feel that it’s is inner self that makes a person realize about right and wrong, also I’ll add those who have experienced dead so closely, they care for life in the same way people who have seen such situation would know kindness is a vital factor to be human!

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  5. You know Sumit, I am so glad you shared this post. This is a subject too close to my heart… Often I have seen those deprived children being really happy and cherishing what little they have. I have seen them sleeping without any problem on cold, hard floor. I have seen them playing on the roads with dirty or no clothes on. I have seen them sweating in the sun and yet being so full of life. They are the real heroes who know how to live life even if without any comforts. The key to life is to find happiness in little things and they are so capable to do that. They are the truly rich children around. On the other hand, the children of rich, or middle class who have enough facilities in life seem to be crying over little things and not enjoying the fortune they own. It makes me sad and I am inspired to learn a lesson from the deprived kids. Great post!!

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    1. Thank you Zigyasa. That’s true. Even I’ve seen so many children who does not have anything in their lives. But all they have is a freedom to live their lives with whatever they have. On the other hand, we have everything but we still crave for more and more. And ultimately, we lose what we have. So, this post teaches us to be happy with whatever we have and we should be grateful to God for given us what we need the most rather than what we want to Show off to the world. πŸ™‚

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  6. A thing very close to my heart! Poverty struck children. But it also shows how materialistic most of the well-off family children are and how charming is the smile of the poor, because they are at peace with what they have!
    A wonderful one Sumit!

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  7. This is beautiful Sumit πŸ™‚ There’s a saying that if you focus on what you have you will always have enough, focus on what you don’t have and you will never have enough. This child is happy and that’s what he’s focused on. πŸ™‚ Very lovely reminder for all ❀

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  8. This is sooo strong and powerful Sumit….and yeah when a person stays soft and kind after all the struggles and hardships then that is indeed commendable….the picture is extremely cute…..a great one. β™‘πŸ‘

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