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Video: Sikh Toddler Helping Clean Up After ‘Langar’ At Gurdwara Wins Hearts - WATCH

Darpan News Desk IANS, 22 Nov, 2019

    A Sikh child’s ‘selfless service’ at a gurdwara, the video of which has gone viral, has melted hearts. There is a one-minute clip of the small boy helping at the gurdwara.

     

    The video surfaced online, where the boy at the gurdwara was seen helping clean up after a ‘langar’. The clip was shared by the Facebook page: I Love Dhubri.

     

     

    Donning a black kurta-pyjama, the boy can be seen picking up the steel plates and placing them in the basket. Later, he pushes the basket to the washing area. The boy’s initiative to lend a helping hand at such a tender age won people’s hearts.

     

    Since its being shared, the video has garnered over 3.2 million views with close to 6,000 comments.

     

    One user wrote: “God bless you babaji”, another said: “May God bless you kiddo. Worth sharing. Love you kiddo”, one commented: “Aww so adorable”.

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