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14 Things In India You Must Know That Didn’t Really Suck In 2020

14 Things In India You Must Know That Didn't Really Suck In 2020

Here are a few good things that happened during the pandemic amidst a year filled with disaster and chaos.  

1) A government school teacher from Chattisgarh brought education to the children’s doorstep by traveling with a blackboard strapped behind him. He went around by conducting Mohalla classes for the students who weren’t able to attend the online classes.

2) A couple from Orissa named Eureka & Joana celebrated their wedding feast by serving special meals to about 500 stray dogs and making it more pawsitive. 

3) Community kitchens were set up in different districts in Kerala. In order to serve meals during the lockdown. Some people came forward from various districts to help the food distribution community in cooking.

4) This was the year where 2 long lost best friends from kindergarten were reunited and left the place puzzled. 

5) Ngurang Meena had set up a free library in Arunachal Pradesh on the roadside to help and encourage people to develop a reading habit. And provide free access to those who are unable to access their libraries because of Covid. 

6) Lakyntiew Syiemlieh, A school dropped out in 1988. A 50-year-old woman from Meghalaya cleared her class 12 board examination. Her love for learning kept her motivated and made sure she completed her studies 32 years post her educational gap.

7) A baby boy was delivered mid-air in Delhi to Bangalore flight and the entire airline crew helped and welcomed the mother and the baby in the most humble and pleasing manner. 

8) A 90-year-old grandmother learned how to operate a laptop and proved that learning something new has nothing to do with your age. This woman from Kerala proved it by acquiring a skill during the Pandemic. 

14 Things In India You Must Know That Didn't Really Suck In 2020

9) Dr. Sanket Mehta risked his own life just to save an elderly covid-19 patient. This unbelievable commitment during the pandemic made him a superhero. 

 

10) We met and adored these cute little dancers in 2020.

11) While a bride missed her Nikah ceremony just by being hospitalized in the Covid center. All the patients and residents in the Kerala covid center planned a surprise party for the bride.

12) Revana Siddappa is an elderly man who sells saplings in Bengaluru. His sales doubled after a man tweeted about him and urged people to go and buy plants from him. 

13) During this period we all were introduced to the ‘Husband of the century’. Where a man built a statue of his wife.

14) Last but not least we all remember  “Rasode Mein Kaun Tha” by Yashraj Mukhate which went viral and was named as the ‘best meme fest of 2020’.

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Written by Sayeda Fathima

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