Rajendra’s work had turned into something far greater than he’d first expected – he had created a carry on impact for generations to come.
In 2005, Rajendra decided to buy 5 rickshaws for some of the village boys in the Dhangadhi area in Western Nepal. The boys were all born into the Chaudhary caste, and therefore automatically locked into a life of slavery and unemployment. The rickshaws allowed them to earn an income, pay off their inherited debts and thus become free.
One of the boys felt so inspired and grateful for what 3 Angels did for him, that he decided to buy 5 new rickshaws to pass on to others locked into the low caste slavery. Rajendra’s work had grown into something far greater than he’d first expected – he had created a carry on impact for generations to come.
All 5 of the village men are still working within the rickshaw transport business, saved from poverty and slavery. All thanks to Rajendra, and the five rickshaws.