- A business merchant in India, Ajay Munot, decided to use the money he had saved up for his daughter's wedding
- Ajay revealed he was going to use the sum to buy a gift for his daughter whenever she decided to get married
- Instead of getting the gift, he built 90 homes on two acres of land for poor people in his community who cannot pay for shelter
A kind man, Ajay Munot, has given his daughter a nice wedding gift as he built a total of 90 houses for the homeless in her honour.
Before the special day, the man had years ago put aside some funds for the wedding. As time went by, he started seeing many people in his community suffering and that disturbed his spirit greatly, Understanding Compassion reports.
With the amount he had saved up for his daughter’s wedding, the man thought that he could use the same fund to give people decent homes.
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When the cloth merchant told his daughter about the idea, the lady accepted it, saying that it is a beautiful initiative, ANI News reports.
They gave out the keys
With the money, he was able to buy two acres of land and build 90 units of houses for those who cannot afford shelter.
After the lady’s wedding, she and her husband handed the keys to all the beneficiaries. Ajay said he hopes people would give out of their abundance to help poor people just like he has done.
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Stranger surprised homeless woman
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a homeless woman's regular greeting to a stranger set in motion a chain of events that would see her have a place of abode.
Sixty-year-old Smokie was built a beautiful tiny house that moves on wheels by a man she usually greets every morning.
Smokie had a place of abode before now in the US but lost it after the demise of her husband, forcing the friendly woman to take shelter by the roadside.
Despite her situation, the woman still showed a positive attitude to life and this was how she developed a relationship with her benefactor Elvis Summers.