Viral Video Of Differently-Abled Man Selling Tea In Indore Inspires The Internet
Image Credit: Image: Instagram @@Youtubeswadofficial

The internet is a place of possibilities. With just a click of a button, one can find all sorts of content online. From entertaining and informative to funny and even inspiring, the internet has it all. Remember how social media helped Baba Ka Dhaba, or made Kaccha Badam singer an overnight sensation. 

Thanks to social media, today we have another inspiring story of a differently-abled tea seller in Indore. Netizens are applauding the efforts of this tea seller who has gained the attention of many people with his hard work to earn a living despite being differently-abled. 

In a video shared by food blogger Gaurav Wasan on his official Instagram handle, @Youtubeswadofficial, we can see a tea seller in the middle of a narrow lane in the market area. The man, named Ramesh, has an amputated arm. Despite the adversity, he has a container full of tea on one hand, and a bucket full of kulhads on the other. As per @youtubeswadofficial, Ramesh lost his hand in an accident. He sells the Kulhad chai in Sarafa Bazar, Indore, only for ₹10. Take a look at the short video here:

The video went viral in no time, garnering more than 495K views, close to 30k likes and hundreds of comments, in just one day on social media. People couldn’t stop applauding the strength and dedication of the man. “Inki Mehnat Ko Mera Salaam (My salute to his hard work)”, wrote the blogger in the caption. Netizens dropped comments applauding the tea seller. One person wrote, "Salute. I wish that his every wish comes true." Another person said, "Lots of wishes to this hardworking man." Some user also added, "Now this is called hard work. Not like those people who are able to do anything but prefer begging. Salute to him."

Several people have also asked for his contact details and wish to help him out. A user said, "Do you have his number and may be if we all can chip in and he could get an artificial limb?" Another user said, "We need to support these people. Please tell where to contact." 

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