The ‘Samosa’ story!

You observe a lot of people during travels, not just from your open eyes but also from the eyes and ears of your subconscious mind. And believe it or not, but it stays somewhere etched in your mind for a longtime provided it’s something unique and draws your attention instantly.

A similar instance, I tell you here.

I was on a visit to a nearby slum area for collecting soil samples for our Experiment. A Slum Rehabilitation project is the underlying reason.

So, it was a moderate day with bits and pieces of clouds giving symptoms of the upcoming rain. We had to be quick enough as the soil sample had be in dry state. Our team was constantly busy with the work. Once my work was done, I thought of clicking some pictures of the nearby locality for the project.

I strolled in the locality and observed something that got me drained with emotions. There was a little ,dusky girl in not so clean clothes trying to put off the accumulated water on the thatched room of their dilapidated hutment. 

Once she was done with the work,she descended from the roof and noticed her Father coming along with a packet of paper wrapped stuff. As the man entered their not so defined entrance, the girl ran and jumped into her father’s hands.The man held her girl high and revolved her around himself.

Following this, the little girl brought a steel plate and placed the stuff brought by her Father. It was Samosa( An Indian Snack!) Three in number and red and a green sauce accompanied it.

Source: via Google Images

The girl, her Father and her Mother sat down on the ground and guess what before they could start eating, the little girl grabbed two small pieces of the snack dipped it in the Red sauce and landed each of the two pieces respectively in her Father’s and her Mother’s lips. 

That moment was no less than a heavenly scene. The family was so happy, so contented, so innocent and rejoiced at the smallest of the small moments. Touch wood, but Their smiles are much more original than the fake smiles that are generally observed these days. They had that charm,that innocence and the feeling of bliss!!

May God Bless them and preserve their smile.



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