Humanity exists! Kerala family celebrates Eid by feeding biryani in an orphanage
A man named, Abdul Kareem Sait, and his family decided to observe the holiday by serving biryani to an orphanage that is home to 70 kids in Kerala's Panayappilly.
Eid-ul-Adha, also known as Bakrid, is celebrated by Muslims across the world with great enthusiasm. But this year, one family celebrated the festival differently. A man named, Abdul Kareem Sait, and his family decided to observe the holiday by serving biryani to an orphanage that is home to 70 kids in Kerala's Panayappilly.
According to media reports, Kareem’s son Zameel Sait, said they have been helping the needy ever since they started making biryani. He further said, “It is not just during Eid, we serve our food to the deprived on many occasions, including the special day in our house. We served this orphanage in the previous years also. The kids wait for our arrival every year."
Kareem currently runs a restaurant named 'Kareem Sait's Biryani' along with his family. He is known to have been preparing traditional Kochi style biryani for the past 20 years through his catering service called ‘Tasty Caterers’.
Such instances of people going out of their way to help the needy make us believe in humanity. In similar news, Hyderabad’s hunger activist, Syed Osman Azhar Maqsusi, was awarded the top UK award recently for feeding thousands of people every day as part of his food drive ‘Hunger Has No Religion.’