Mysore, Oct 23: A Mysuru man left his job in January last year to show his 70-year-old mother holy places in India on his scooter. Manoj Kumar, CEO of Naandi Foundation shared this story on Twitter which has caught the attention of thousands of netizen. Businessman Anand Mahindra is also one of the netizens who wants to offer a car to the son in appreciation.
While talking to New Indian Express, the son D Krishna Kumar told that his mother has been confined to the kitchen until his father passed away. She had never stepped out of the town. Kumar wanted to give his mother a dignified life for all the sacrifices his mother made.
According to Orissa Post, Kumar with her mother have travelled for seven months on the scooter. They have covered many holy places in India. They were carrying essentials on the scooter during this remarkable journey.
When Manoj Kumar shared the story on Twitter, netizens could not resist themselves to appreciate the kind act by the son. Mahindra wrote on Twitter that he would like to gift him Mahindra KUV 100 NXT so that he can take her mother on pilgrimage in the car next time.
This is a Gap Year I wish I had! Dakshinmurthy Krishna Kumar from Mysore left his banking job and travelled with his mom on a— Manoj Kumar (@manoj_naandi) October 23, 2019
scooter. A total of 48100 KMs. The reason? His mother had not stepped out of her town & he wished to show her India! #TuesdayMotivation pic.twitter.com/HlVJVcAXkH