I am fundraising to help Tulsiram build his home back for his family

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Please help us support and help build a home lost in Nepal earthquake for this man, Tulsiram Sharma whom many of you already know living in Indore, India. He belongs to a village name Dhangling, District Malunga. A small village located in the belt of Kali Gandhi river. The population is only 600-800 people.

People who are from my hometown Indore, India know this man Tulsiram really well. He's been at our home for past 29 years. He's been a part of our family, moreover has served and cooked food with the biggest heart and smile always to many people across the city. Lot of people like him from small villages around Nepal come to varied parts of India and abroad looking for small jobs. Probably you may know someone working either at your own home or at a neighbor. They leave their family to make their ends meet. They usually only go visit their village once a year to see their family. Their life is full of struggle and hardship. Today his hardship has risen a bit more. He has lost everything in Nepal. He's lost his home and every bit inside it. His family has nowhere to go and is sleeping in open fields. They are desperate for food and clothes and a lot of aid is not yet available in this village.  

At this time when his family is in need, he can't even travel to see them. We would like to share with you how difficult is his journey from Indore (India) to his village Dhangling (Nepal). He has to catch 2 trains from Indore to reach Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh), 3 buses to eventually reach his village Dhangling in Nepal. And later walk for an hour to reach his home with heavy luggage on their back. The total travel time is around 36-40 hours. 

Tonight when you eat food, sleep on your bed, do remember their are many people who don't have this for a moment. Please support them.
We sincerely hope this man's hardship will be admired by you all and help him relief his struggle to rebuild a memory lost for himself and his family. Every penny counts.


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Rs.13,700
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Siddharth
Siddharth donated $50
Sanam
Sanam donated $100
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Anonymous donated $50