[Watch] The Story Of A Chaiwalla From Cuttack Who Is Changing Lives Of 70 Underprivileged Children

The Logical Indian

May 3rd, 2015 / 11:57 PM

Meet Mr D. Prakash, a hero who is a little man by our standards but is indeed a great man by all accounts, going by his good and selfless deeds. Rao, 58, a tea stall owner in Cuttack, runs a school for 70 underprivileged children for free. He has donated blood 205 times till now. There’s more to the story of this remarkable man!


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