The coronavirus pandemic has given rise to superheroes from all across the country. From Bollywood star Sonu Sood arranging charter flights for stranded Indian students to celebrity chef Vikas Khanna hosting the world’s largest food drive, it’s truly heartwarming to see these acts of kindness. But it’s not just celebrities who are helping those in need. Tamilarasan, a tea seller from Madurai in Tamil Nadu spends a part of his income to feed the poor and homeless during these trying times. In spite of his earnings taking a hit due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the selfless tea seller offers free tea. And sponsors three meals a day for the underprivileged.
Tea Seller From Madurai Serves Free Tea & Spends Part Of His Earnings To Feed Needy
Tamilarasan, a chaiwala in Alanganallur, Madurai uses a part of his earnings to feed the poor and homeless. He sells tea on his bicycle every morning and evening in the surrounding villages of Alankanallur, Mettupatti and Pudupatti. The tea seller earns a decent daily income from this. Whenever Tamilarasan sells tea, he also offers it free of cost to the poor and needy. They flock at the roadside near the temple gates. He also stated to ANI that the reserves a portion of his income. This mainly goes into feeding the underprivileged thrice a day. Did you know an Indian tea seller couple travelled the world together?
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Tamilarasan Dreams Of Opening His Own Tea Shop & Helping More People
The selfless tea seller also said to ANI that he dreams of setting up his own shop in the region and helping more people belonging to a weak economic background. Tamilarasan informed that he applied for a loan in the past but the application was rejected as he had no collaterals to give to the bank. Meanwhile, his selfless act of serving free tea and spending a part of his income for the needy is truly appreciated by netizens. He is definitely the hero we need during this pandemic. So, here are 11 superheroes of India that get us through this pandemic.