A time for feasts, prayers and fireworks, Diwali is one of the most important festivals in India. It is known as the festival of lights as people illuminate oil lamps or candles to symbolise the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.
People illuminate their homes with oil lamps and draw rangolis – traditional designs made using colourful powders – outside their doors to welcome good luck and positivity into their lives.
With the help of his free kitchen, HARIOM SEVA, which he has been in the run for quite some time with the support of his family helping him to feed poverty-stricken people and give them happiness for sometime and also make their festivals enjoyable. This free kitchen has been a constant support in Manas’ life and the biggest investment that is giving rewards in terms of happiness, satisfaction and blessings from people.
Thus, on Divali, Manas organised a free kitchen and distributed Chole Masala (an authentic North Indian style curry made with white chickpeas, freshly powdered spices, onions, tomatoes and herbs) with rice.