The shop was laden with lights and lanterns. People exited their cars with elitism. Ladies drenched in glitter entered the door with vanity. Men with heavy wallets strolled through the sprawling lawns. Children held their parents’ hands with excitement. Just beside the heavily decorated door, a pair of eyes searched for something. They looked for … More HER EYES – HER DREAMS – HER HOPES!
For an Indian, it is perhaps too common a sight to find wandering beggars and homeless people in the crowded metropolitan streets that are perpetually choked with exhaust fumes and dust particles that never settle, starved and abused beyond what is considered to be humane. Children, women are abused by sex traffickers and criminals who … More Right to Beg