Handed some bottles of drinking water to less privileged individuals at the bus stop on a highway. I handed out these bottles on a particular highway where there’s no vendors or little shops alongside the road. People have to walk a distance from the nearby shanty to get a bus. It’s a tiring walk for many. A drink of water can be very rejuvenating. – Ritesh Barot Nairobi.#WaterTaxi
“Gave him a bottle of water today. He sits in the train station and is crippled /can’t walk. He was very happy to receive the bottle and I was thinking of one thing :
God bless you all, who are Water Taxis for the less privileged, and for sharing with all their thoughts too about what they do, becus many people are shy of admitting they do such acts regularly, and God bless you all for being part of this initiative by RB and Siddhi and giving me too an opportunity to feel that happiness. The Happiness of helping a fellow human being in need. ”
– Hema Sastry New York.
“One can survive without food for some days, but not without water… Water also contains oxygen… We breathe oxygen.
On our way for tennis class to Juhu with our mother we saw poor children opposite a (Parleshwar) mandir. We gave them water bottles.” – Ayaan and Ahaan.
Ankita Shah Himanshu Shah
Dear donor pals.
Mr Amitab Bachchan (the Producer BBC Worldwide and Star Plus) have honored us #BicycleAngels, on their TV show ‘Aaj Ki Raat Hai Zindagi – Ek Safar.’ (Hindi) #AajKiRaatHaiZindagi #AKRHZ
My brief interview with Mr. Bachchan, for our collective efforts, will showcase on their episode tomorrow:
29 th Nov
8 pm (30 minutes duration)
on Star Plus.
And I believe, by meeting me they have honored you and our beneficiaries for our collective efforts.
The episode on Bicycle Angels can be also be viewed on the web, by downloading the BlueStacks App and the Hotstar App (which is included in the BlueStacks App.)
I realized lately, thanks to Bicycle Angels, that the less privileged get water for all purposes, but rarely they have access to good drinking water.
But Thanks to my pals Vinayak and Siddhi I realized we privileged beings can donate drinking water to those who live or work off streets when we commute. Especially when we travel daily.
So I bought a water bottle today and handed it to a kid. He was a street performer and his name was Ram. He was from Phalton, Maharashtra.
I hope you lovely peeps do the same, someday, and if you would like to send us a selfie with the bottle you donated, any where in the world you may be, post it in this group along with your thoughts and who you are.
As for about me, I am just an average Joe and I am an author a writer and an aspiring filmmaker. 🙂
And now I am also a happy #WaterTaxi I hope you be one too.
Water Taxi. #WaterTaxi
Water Taxis’ are arriving soon. A non profit social initiative by my dear pal Siddhi Sanghvi and myself. To provide drinking water to children and adults who work/live off pavements and streets.
If you want to offer a bottle of drinking water, to any one any where in the world you may be, you are welcome. You could be resident anywhere in India or the world. Please inbox me for details.