61st recipient of livelihood bicycle: ‘If my father had not died, I would never have come here; I would have preferred to live and work in my village.’
Mohamed Moiuddin. (58)
Bread and Farsan seller.
Moiuddin is from Madras (Chennai). He has been selling bread since 30 years. He arrived in Bombay (Mumbai) in 1978.
Back in his village in his childhood, they were a family of three brothers, and his mother. His father died when he was a child.
After their father…
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I am living in Mohali (Chandigarh).
I have Hero Hawk and i am riding it for last 1 year.
Anyone interested to make a Cyclist Group in Chandigarh or Mohali.
please let me know.
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60th recipient of our help (a wheelchair) : “…. When someone gives him a toffee, or any kind of gift, he will always say, - Please give me two more!, or, … next time please get me three, because I have two brothers!”
Vinayak Burla (7)
Vinayak lives at Prabhadevi; he was named after God Sidhivinayak, being born premature he had a poor chance at survival, so they named him Vinayak, as they wanted their premature born to be safe in His care.
He studies in the 1st Std at…
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Dubai One's (Tv) Peeta Planet Travel series' Mumbai Episode, of Bicycle Angels: http://vod.dmi.ae/media/250472/Peeta_Planet_08_05_2014
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59th recipient of livelihood bicycle: ‘…. She stopped, she got off, she asked if I was okay. For me that was good enough.’ (Smiles)
David Rajakani. (62)
Over the past few months, ever since I founded Bicycle Angels in September (with the immense help of my donor pals, Thank You peeps), I would often notice on my walk or rides, an old man, a bread seller, quite frail, riding his bike, an old and frail looking one, very slowly, lost in deep thoughts, stopping…Continue
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Welcome to the fold, sir. We still need to work hard and be persistent at it, without being loud.
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59th recipient of livelihood bicycle: ‘….I don’t feel any need to keep money not belonging to me. The money was not mine in the first place, to begin with, because it was not my earnings. What can I possibly do with money that does not belong to me!?’
Atul Kumar. (18)
Dhobi. (Washes and iron clothes)
Atul is from UP, he arrived in Mumbai a few weeks ago. He lives with his father’s brother in Bandra west; his uncle is a Dhobi too.…Continue
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Almost all racers want to ride a Ferrari. The pristine beauty of that Italian red car makes every racer drool on the track. Some own a Ferrari just for the sheer joy of driving one. When someone drives a race car, they either find out that the car is not for them or they believe they can be the next British Formula One racing idol…Continue
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57th recipient of livelihood bicycle: ‘… I am satisfied with the knowledge that whatever I earn will not leave with me. The only thing I can possibly take with me on my death is the goodwill my family and I will earn in our lifetime.’ Chaurasia. (50) Profession: Bhel seller. Chaurasia sells Bhel at the corner of Perry Cross Road, Bandra west. He is from Benares, UP. I asked him when did he arrive first in Mumbai?, he replied, ‘When I first came here, the fare to Mumbai from UP was Rs 75. The…Continue
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