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This Campaign Asking to Do Something Special for Your Domestic Help Will Warm Your Heart

Most of us, who have left our homes in pursuit of jobs and employment, have often found solace in our domestic helps amidst the fast-paced environs of the bustling city life.


This article is powered by Jaypore.

When was the last time you had a heart-to- heart conversation with your domestic help, or shared tea with them, or spared just a few minutes to inquire about their wellbeing?

Most of us, who have left our homes in pursuit of jobs and employment, have often found solace in our domestic helps amidst the fast-paced environs of the bustling city life.

Working at multiple places, yet holding a special spot for you, your didi often ends up being your woman Friday—being the invisible force that holds your life together and makes your living space a lot more like home.

From talking about work to dealing with personal stuff, sometimes your didi’s pearls of wisdom offer more comfort than any of the consolatory advices your friends or colleagues quip in.

More like a confidante who has etched a place in your life that is much more than just a help — how else would your house seem more like home if it had not been for her?

Speaking along these lines is the heart-warming advertisement by Jaypore that asks each one of us to take some time and do something special for the women who come into our homes each day, and work for it like it’s their own.

A little something that tells your didi that she is one of a kind and that your life just wouldn’t be the same without her.

A small token of love that makes her feel special and not like just someone who cooks, cleans or does your laundry.

Watch the video by Jaypore and feel inspired:

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Written by Lekshmi Priya S

Shuttling between existentialist views and Grey's Anatomy, Lekshmi has an insanely disturbing habit of binge reading. An ardent lover of animals and plants, she also specializes in cracking terribly sad jokes.