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World Health Day 2016 @ Feeding India

By Shikhar Tomer “Awareness is like the sun when it shines on things they are transformed.” Thick That Hanh Awareness is golden. Being in the know of your consciousness, your surrounding, Your mere habits. It works a great deal for your... Continue Reading →

#Feeding India Diaries: Big Fat Indian Weddings

We all just love weddings, don’t we? And we all have our own reasons to love weddings, mine is food. I just love food. For the man who is extremely and dangerously hungry, no other interest exists but food. He... Continue Reading →

A Letter to Santa

Address: The footpath, Opposite New Delhi metro station, Delhi, India. Date: 14th December, 2016 Dear Santa, How have you been? I have been waiting for you or your letters since long, but none came. Like every year, I waited for... Continue Reading →

Ankit Kawatra selected as Queen’s Young Leader !

try spotting Ankit in the picture above! Feeding India founder a.k.a - Indian Hunger activist Ankit Kawatra wins Queen’s Young Leader Award!! And the wishes keep showering in: "This man is not going to stop till he actually ends hunger." Srishti Jain,... Continue Reading →

Painstakingly Negligent

Twinkling eyes, Barren lips, Burning throat and scorching heat. One droplet to overflowing teardrops. A collection of nodding heads huddle, What will suffice this thirst for hunger? This appetite, no feast can gratify. I am hunger. I am silence, and... Continue Reading →

#Feeding India Diaries: The Meal That Brought Tears In My Eyes – Pulkit Malhotra

By Pulkit Malhotra My journey with Feeding India has been an amazing one. I joined the organization way back in August 2015 and from then I have transformed myself into a better human being. Whether it’s the “SuperHero of the Session”... Continue Reading →

Down the Memory Lane: spending time with children

“Don't you wish you could take a single childhood memory and blow it up into a bubble and live inside it forever?”  ―  Sarah Adison Allen, Lost lake Away from the teeming hustle and bustle of our busy lives, sometimes... Continue Reading →

Ankit Kawatra gets selected as 1 of the 17 United Nations Young Leader for the Sustainable Development Goals

On 19th September 2016, Ankit Kawatra was announced as a United Nations Young Leader at the Social Good Summit in New York. Ankit has been recognized by the United Nations for his leadership and contribution to the achievement of the 2030... Continue Reading →

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