10-Year-Old Student Takes His Granny’s Footsteps; Donates Rs 30,000 Savings For Treatment Of Poor Patients

A 10-year-old boy named Gurkiret Singh did a great job at such a young age and won hearts of the people.  The little student donated his all-time savings of Rs 30, 000 to the poor and needy.  The little boy has a big heart and donated all of his savings for the treatment of poor patients at PGIMER, Chandigarh.  The boy saved the money from ages and, without any second thought donated all of it for a good cause.

Gurkiret studies in Sydney, Australia and stays with his family.  According to the reports, Gurkiret Singh is taking the footprints of his grandmother Harbajan Kaur who donated all her savings that she saved all her life.  She donated about Rs 60 lakh for the welfare of poor and needy.

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Sikh family donates 60 lakh for the welfare of the poor

Talking to a leading daily, Harbajan Kaur said, 'It is pleasing to see that my third generation is also carrying forward the teachings of Sikh gurus, who emphasised on the joy of giving.'. She also added that the poor people need our help and we must come together to do as much as we can for them.

The entire family is into donating and it is true inspiration for many.  The family which believes and spiritually follows the teachings of Sikh gurus walks in the path they laid.  According to the Sikh guru teachings, one should help poor and needy and enjoy the joy of giving.  We guess the teachings of the gurus as as well as Mrs. Kaur hit the little boy hard as he started donating at a very young age.

In the last four months, the family has donated Rs 2,20,000 for the treatment of poor patients.  Talking about the donation he made, Gurkiret said that he had been saving money for donation and helping the poor.  He revealed that the main purpose of his saving is for donation.  Till date Kaur has donated approximately Rs 22 Lakh for the treatment of 37 patients at PGI.

The family inspires other families to come forward and help others in need.

by Neetu Panwar | Wed, May 01 - 10:40 AM

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