Distribution of Food to Beggars, Daily Wagers, and Autorickshaw Drivers in Hanamakonda, Warangal, Telangana
The ancient Bhadrakali Temple that is situated in Hanamakonda in Warangal District, Telangana is synonymous with the magnificent Koh-i-Noor diamond that was believed to have adorned one eye of Goddess Bhadrakali during the reign of the Kakatiya Dynasty in 7th century A.D.
On the occasion of Sri M's birth anniversary also celebrated as Founder's Day, 6th November, this venerated spot served as the perfect venue for the Hyderabad Satsang Seva Mission team to distribute 50 food packets to the beggars, who usually gather at the entrance during weekends and the festive season, and to people along the way.
A freshly-prepared, delectable lunch that comprised of vegetable biryani, potato curry, raita, savories, sweet bananas and laddoos with a packet of water was served.
Some expressed gratitude eloquently for the hot meal, whereas other daily wage worker and auto drivers simply smiled as they received their sustenance for the day, gladdening the hearts of the servers.