Help Yeasin Pathan

Who is Yeasin Pathan

Md Yeasin Pathan belongs to a rare breed - a Muslim fighting the odds of ignorance, indifference and intolerance to save 34 crumbling Hindu temples in a West Midnapore, West Bengal.

The lone crusader has been on a 33-year-old mission in Pathra, a two-hour drive from town. Despite receiving death threats and poverty, Yeasin at 62 has remained undeterred.

A retired school-peon, he has invested his personal money, time, effort in saving Indian heritage.

Why he needs money:
Yeasin needs funds for the treatment of kidney disease and heart blockage.
Its an urgency as his first surgery will happen on July 11, 2016.

Awards and Accolades 

Md. Yeasin Pathan, protected those archaeological structures throughout his life. He was awarded KABIR by the then President of India for his work that brought together two religious communities.

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Please donate and save a real hero and son of India.

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25th November 2016
Dear Supporters,

Yeasin consulted cardiologist Dr Robert Mao and nephrologist Dr Rajeev Annigeri at Apollo Hospitals, Chennai in September. After seeing the results of tests conducted for check-up, Dr Annigeri has said that he will advise further course of action after 6 months of review. Yeasin continues to be on oral medication till then. 

Yeasin had come down to Bengaluru in the second week of November to get a second opinion. His appointment at Narayan Multispecialty Hospital got pushed indefinitely because of unavailability of the doctor. Yeasin also met doctors at Arya Vaidya Sala at Bengaluru to explore Ayurvedic treatment. However, the doctors advised against Ayurveda considering Yeasin’s current health condition. 

Seeking a secondother opinion, Yeasin is currently considering hospitals in Kolkata. Yeasin says “I have travelled to several cities to explore treatment, but I have not gotten a positive response anywhere yet. I will continue to try because I wish to live a long life for Pathra Archaeological Preservation Committee and for my family.” So far, almost half of the campaign’s funds have been used for tests, medications and travel across the country for the same. 

Yeasin continues to strive for restoration of temples despite his poor health. His efforts in restoration of temples have been covered again by mainstream media in the recent past. Here are the links.

Here are a couple of photos from his visit to Bengaluru :

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SURAJ donated Rs.3,000

You have done an extrordinary work throughout your life. I salute you for our courage and sentiments. You will recover soon Sir .. Get Well soon. Here is a small token of support from my end. Thanks Suraj Gupto

Sumantto donated Rs.1,500

Wish him a good health and all the best for his very sensitive en devour he is on. We all wish and support his noble cause.

Nishikant donated $50

Good Luck Yeasin with your health.

Tushar donated Rs.2,500
Anonymous donated Rs.2,500

Wish him all the best

K donated Rs.2,500