Lessons you can learn from the Kerala Flood


kerala flood aerial view
  1. Religion, politics, caste, are useless during a catastrophe! Religion of humanism will exist until the end of time.

  2. kerala flood people helping others

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  3. Never mess with nature, they will take the shit out of you. You will start feeling helpless in front of the Power of Nature

  4. kerala flood aerial view

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  5. There are unsung Heroes and Legends all over the place who are ready to help others always

  6. kerala flood Heroes ready to help people

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  7. Never abuse, criticize, troll anybody. You never know who will be there for your assistance when you are stuck in an unfortunate situation

  8. Let there be any problem from Terrorists or Natural Calamities, Indian Defense Force are always there for you. We are always very thankful to them.

  9. Neighboring Tamil Nadu (Rs 10 crore) and Karnataka (Rs 10 crore), Andhra Pradesh (Rs 10 crore), Puducherry (Rs 1 crore), Jharkhand (Rs 5 crore), Delhi (Rs 10 crore), Maharashtra (Rs 20 crore), Gujarat (Rs 10 crore), Punjab (Rs 10 crore), Telangana (Rs 25 crore), Bihar (Rs 10 crore), Himachal Pradesh (Rs 5 crore), Uttarakhand (Rs 5 crore), Chattisgarh (Rs 3 crore) Madhya Pradesh (Rs 10 crore). This is the list of financial assistance Kerala has received from other Indian states. This shows the Power of Unity and how the whole Country is helping to fight such a big Natural Calamity.
    There is no doubt about the fact that our strength lies in unity. Several stories as well as real life incidences have proved the same in the past. We must thus follow the path of unity.

  10. Unity is strength

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  11. Be thankful every day, tomorrow is unpredictable and you can't even imagine what can happen with you at any time.

If you are willing to help Kerala. You can also help. Just Follow any of the below options:

  1. You can head to CM's Disaster Relief Fund (CMDRF) website to place your donation. There is also an option for direct funds transfer via netbanking.
    Below are all the account details.
    CMDRF Account details: Name of the donee: Chief Minister's Distress Relief Funds
    Account Number: 67319948232
    Bank: State Bank of India
    Branch: City Branch, Thiruvananthapuram
    IFSC: SBIN0070028
    PAN: AAAGD0584M
    Account type: Savings
    All contributions to the fund are 100% tax exempt.

  2. There are also many options to donate money to Kerala Flood Affected People using PayTM, Amazon India, Google Tez, Truecaller, OLA, Facebook, BigBasket and many others. You can reach there respective websites and donate the money as you want if you can.

"Small deeds Done are better than great deeds planned"



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