The desire to serve others is innate, as these three men demonstrate on this episode of Amazing Indians. There is Manimaran, the founder of the World People Service Centre, who devotes himself to caring and treating leprosy patients abandoned by society. In the tiny, drought ravaged village of Shivni, Uddhav Khedekar worked for six years to build water conservation methods to bring water to the community. Meanwhile, Kanailal Saha sells kachoris to provide funding for his school, Little Planet, designed to educate underprivileged children. Their compassion and self-sacrifice has saved numerous lives, and promoted a ripple of change in their respective communities. Not only are all three men amazing Indian citizens, they are also extraordinary people.


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