92-year-old lady serves water to lakhs of passengers at Railway Station- Please help her

A heart-touching picture of a 92-year-old woman serving water to the passengers has gone viral all over the social media platform. Everyone is already praising the old lady for her efforts that were embellished to perfection even at an elderly age. The old lady has been doing a great work by running an active team at Gwalior Railway station.

This makes life easier for the passengers who don’t have to deboard the train to fetch some water. We have seen passengers losing their path or failing to board the train on the account of filling the water somewhere at the station, particularly at a busy railway platform.

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But the old lady and her team value passengers’ lives a lot. This is why they have been serving water altogether to over lakhs of passengers at the station. We must share and spread this news so that someone might help the old lady and her team.

Author’s opinion:

Well, what is the old lady doing at the station? What is the need to stress at this age where she is supposed to take care of their health? We need to appreciate her duty. When she is single-handedly doing all by herself, what happened to her sons? There could be a possibility that her sons abandoned him and maybe she found her new life at the station by serving water.

According to Indian culture, Parents are placed on par with Gods. The apt phrase, ‘Respect your parents, teachers and elders’ just sums up the whole nation’s philosophy. India is well known for its virtual importance of discipline and moral values, which we take pride in being an Indian.

The unconditional love that mother has for her children is unmatched that she handles her child with complete care and protection. We run short of adjectives and superlatives to describe the relationship between a mother and her child.

A mother is one who takes care of us even before we were born and continues to do the same until her last breath, that pretty much sums up how children mean a mother. Likewise, a child, after gaining consciousness and maturity, starts reflecting the love on mother.

Respect your mother!

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.