“Giving has been part of me. It is a teaching saves lives. It is a good practice that makes people happy,” says Bhanu Choudhrie. According to the business mogul, when many people become successful in what they do, they tend to forget others. To him, that is not a good thing. Bhanu Choudhrie is a strong believer that whatever one has, it is by the grace of the Almighty.
He also argues that the few that have are therefore, under the obligation to help the less fortunate, especially the poor that do not have anything to put on their table at the end of the day, don’t have a place to live or call home or even money to pay for school fees yet they are eager to learn.
Aware that he might not be able to help a great number of people, Bhanu Choudhrie centers on children that live with disabilities. Additionally, Bhanu Choudhrie decides to render a helping hand to a few abled young men and women. To the philanthropist, helping these classes of people does not only provide them with food on their table but also ensure the latter actualize their dreams. Refer to this article to learn more
“In the Hindu philosophy, it is an obligation to give. One that has the ability does not have a choice but to give. The good thing is nobody tells you the amount to donate or who to donate to,” says Bhanu Choudhrie. The businessman goes ahead to say what motivated him to start giving alms to those he considered vulnerable.
“When I was a young boy, my parents used to take me with then to children’s homes. We could visit the blind, orphaned, and those that did not have homes to live in. From infancy, my parents taught me the value of giving whatever little I have to those that need but do not have,” says the philanthropist.
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