For 8 Years Now, This Ahmedabad Group Has Been Distributing Free Food for Iftar

A group in Ahmedabad that has been distributing free food for people to break their fasts during the month of Ramzan, for eight years now.

“Anyone who thinks sitting in a church, mosque or temple can make you the best disciple of God, is wrong. The biggest religion is humanity,” believes a group in Ahmedabad that has been distributing free food for people to break their fasts during the month of Ramzan. And they have been doing so for the last eight years now.

Abbas Qureshi, Bismilaah, Farooq, Sharif Khan, and Ayub Khan work together on the preparation of food every evening. About 150 to 200 people break their fasts at their stall on a pavement.

This is their story as shared with the Humans Of Amdavad Facebook page:

Eight years ago one of our group member saw many commuters of our community breaking their fast in the month of Ramzan…

Posted by Humans Of Amdavad on Tuesday, July 5, 2016

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