In today's time, there are many stories that awaken hope in people and compelled them to become self-reliant. Today, we are going to tell you a similar story. The Government of India had imposed a lockdown in March to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The lockdown caused millions of people to lose their jobs and forced millions of people to return to their homes from cities. In the meantime, there were many people who became self-reliant.
A man Ashwin Thakkar Thakkar resides in Ahmedabad. According to a news website report, Ashwin Thakkar is blind and he worked as a telephone operator at a hotel in Ahmedabad. During May-June, Ashwin started selling raw mangoes, and then he started a business to sell Gujarati snakes.
"I had never done business before and I didn't think my business would last so many days", Ashwin told the news website. I started with Carrie, then, and now I am selling Gujarati snacks. Being blind, it was difficult for me to deliver, to bring goods, but with a strong will, I succeeded in business. My wife also supports me. We are thinking of opening a sweet stall on Dussehra and Diwali. Ashwin Thakkar sells home-made snacks with his wife Gita, and the family is trying to meet ends with the money they get after selling these goods. In this way, Ashwin and his wife have set a great example to the people by becoming self-reliant.
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