Have you stumbled upon a YouTube channel named Nawab's Kitchen Food For All Orphans? If you've not, check it out because it's all about Nizami biryani, baking a black forest cake with an oven, thick shakes, and charity. Charity, how? With his cooking channel of roughly 7,00,000 subscribers from around the world, Khwaja Moinuddin has fed thousands of hungry people to date.
This Hyderabadi internet sensation distributes the dish prepared for the video to children in orphanages. You can catch a glimpse of that in his videos and it makes our heart warm. An MBA graduate, who has worked with media channels like ETV and ABN for about 13 years, he wanted to make a difference in the social sector and braved to start something new. Since that thought, he chewed away many cookbooks from many parts of India and did everything from scratch — travelling in search of an outdoor shoot location and procuring ingredients, vessels, etc.
He believes that this act of his makes him feel like a superhero and we wish there were more Samaritans who thought like that. A single act of kindness can make a difference. You will be surprised to know that one of the largest food distributions that he and his team did consist of a 1,000 people outside Mahatma Gandhi Cancer Hospital. If that's not amazing, we don't know what is.
You can get in touch with Khwaja at firstname.lastname@example.org to start a conversation.
This story was first reported on The Better India. Read the full story here.