India is one place where you’ll find people doing all kinds of jobs and defying all odds to make a living. And thanks to the internet, we keep seeing such stories that motivate us to pursue our hopes and dreams. We have found another such story that is sure to put a smile on your face. The story of a man's hard work was recently shared on the internet by food blogger @foodyvishal on YouTube, and it has already warmed the hearts of many online.

The story is about a man from West Bengal, who sells momos in the evenings on the streets of Faridabad. But he couldn't find space in the local market due to high competition. This is when he came up with the idea of selling momos on his cycle. Isn’t that so creative?  

Although by now we have seen all sorts of street food items being sold on cycle including chaats, bhel, etc., we haven't heard of anyone selling momos on cycle! But here’s a man in his compact and fully functional makeshift cycle-momo shop, which is inspiring everyone on the internet. Since he can't have a stove on his cycle, he carries the steamed hot momos within the steamer, and the steamer is in a bucket with the label "Garam Momos" (hot momos). This label lets people know that it is a momo seller. 

The man carries all the needed equipment on the handles of his cycle. While on one side hangs a milk can filled with the staple spicy momo chutney along with a jar of mayonnaise, on the other side is a bag filled with disposable plates to serve the momos in. And if that’s not enough, he even carries dust bin bags for people to dispose of the plates as well. This man has thought of everything, hasn't so?

 

The video has 324k views and over 17k likes. People were all praise about the hard work. Here's what people wrote about his momo cycle: 

"I feel emotional (sic) for this man . I am amazed how he is managing the momo cart in the cycle. God bless this man" 

"God bless this man. He is very hardworking!" 

"God bless this hardworking man selling momos, may God bless this hardworking man selling momos with all the happiness and love" 

"Support this guy! He deserves it!" 

"Very inspirational. Truly hard working. Bit emotional too. Keep going strong brother." 

What did you think about this momo cycle? Let us know.