Cake for each other

And then he fed me with his own hands, before eating it himself.

It just shows, how attached these kids are to us and all we have to do is devote some of our time and give our love to these children

Sanjay, whom I had met last year, came running to me as soon as he saw me. He kept hugging me and saying “Soham bhaiyya tame pachaa avya!” (Soham bhaiyya, you have come back.) I too shared similar joy. Later we were cutting a cake as it was Chirag sir’s birthday. When the cake was distributed to the children, instead of eating it first, Sanjay came to me with the cake and told me “Pehla tame khaavo, pachiajj hu khaish” (First you eat some, only then shall I eat) and then he fed me with his own hands, before eating it himself.

It just shows, how attached these kids are to us and all we have to do is devote some of our time and give our love to these children. I would like to thank Samvedana for giving me this opportunity to interact with these kids and for this beautiful learning experience.

– Soham Shah

It is very embarrassing when they call you Akshit Bhaiya and you don’t remember their names. I feel so bad and so from now onwards, I have started saving their pictures with their names. I hope I will be able to remember all their names till next year.

– Akshit Kariwala

Samvedana has taught me more about tolerance and life. It has taught me what a challenge as well as fun it is to tackle kids.

– Ruhani Dalal