Agra’s has its personal ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ & it wants your assist  |  Photo Credit score: Instagram
Previously few days, desi netizens have come collectively in a means by no means seen earlier than to vary the lifetime of an 80-year-old meals vendor, who was struggling to make ends meet as a result of ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
‘Baba Ka Dhaba’ wants no introduction now. It has maybe turn into the shining instance of how social media can be utilized to carry a few constructive change within the lives of individuals individuals who have been hit by a disaster.
It began with a video that an aged meals stall proprietor in Delhi’s Malviya Nagar, who was seen crying as he was not capable of promote sufficient meals to make ends meet. His small store named ‘Baba Ka Dhaba’, which he runs along with his spouse Badama Devi, is situated proper reverse Malviya Nagar’s Hanuman.
After the video was shared by Gaurav Wasan on his Instagram account @youtubeswadofficial, it shortly went viral on a number of platforms, with netizens requesting everybody to eat meals from the stall or donate some cash to assist the aged man.
In lower than 24 hours, the video went massively viral and scores of individuals confirmed as much as Baba Ka Dhaba to eat meals. The sudden spike in clients managed to place a smile on the Kanta Prasad’s face, who receives assist from his spouse.
Because the video circulated, netizens reminded everybody that there are millions of different ‘Baba Ka Dhabas’ in India that require our assist to remain afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic.
One such crisis-hit eatery in UP’s Agra has been highlighted by a meals blogger on Instagram.
Instagram consumer Danishtha, who goes by the deal with ‘a_tastetour’, shared a small clip of a 90-year-old man who sells Kanji Vada in Agra. Though he has been promoting the snacks for over 40 years within the metropolis, the pandemic has dealt a heavy blow to his day by day earnings.
“My kanji bada wale uncle. He has been promoting kanji badas for nearly 40 years and as of right this moment, he’s 90 years outdated. Due to this pandemic, he will get to earn solely ₹250-₹300 in a day,” wrote Dhanishtha.
The blogger provides that the stall is situated in Agra’s Kamla Nagar close to a Want Bakery. She requested her followers in Agra to go to the stall in an effort to enhance his day by day earnings.
“All of us ought to assist these in want. Begin from your individual space, your metropolis, after which see the way it all modifications and let’s attempt to spotlight each story we’re capable of,” she wrote.
Since being shared, the video has garnered over 1.7 lakh views.