Community Stories

There are always people coming and going from Sewa Ashram. Some are patients, who are found on the roadsides of Delhi and experience the healing and love of the community before returning to their families. Others are visitors and volunteers who come for a visit on a trip to India, to lend their skills on a particular project, and to seek understanding about poverty. Most have a quite profound personal experience as they share in the daily life of our community and confront the reality of urban poverty in Delhi. Here are their impressions and thoughts:

March 19, 2012 0

Dinesh parked his rickshaw in the shadow of a tree. He had no strength left, no breath. For more than five months he was coughing up blood. His lungs seemed filled with water. Appetite had left him long ago, no need to for food. Dinesh placed the seat of his rickshaw in such a manner […]

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