10 Best Inspirational Story
1. Transparent Public Toilets Turn Opaque When in Use
The toilets were put in in Japan’s capital this month, coinciding with a nationwide campaign to terminate the city’s old school public toilets earlier than the now-delayed Summer Olympiad. Originated ahead of a cluster of trees within the Shibuya district, the stalls stand out sort of a Piet Mondrian painting, bearing tinted walls with colors like mango, watermelon, lime, violet, and teal.
2. To build a fire station, this person donated land worth 1 crore
Due to the absence of a fire station in Midnapur area, there has been a demand from the local residents for a long time that a fire station should be built there. In view of this, Moloy Das, the owner of the metal fabrication unit and resident of Daduranga village in Sabong, has donated his 0.4-acre land located in the nearby village of Bonoi for setting up a fire station, which was worth Rs 1 crore.
3. PUNSARI VILLAGE: INDIA’S FIRST ‘ADARSH GRAM ‘
PUNSARI, village with a population of 60, 000 people is located in Sabarkantha district of Gujarat and is situated 90 kms away from ahmedabad near parvati hills.The village has caught everyone’s attention as it has been declared as THE IDEAL VILLAGE OF INDIA OR ADARSH GRAM.
4. Messiah of Dilapidated Corpse – Versha Verma
Versha retrospected when she was 13 years old, after her school she used to visit the hospital and helped the patients by bringing milk/juice, arranging tiffin or collecting medical reports. People can help selflessly in many ways and money should never be the only criteria to help people. Versha inherited her personality of selflessness from her parents.
5. School kid asked for help from IPS via tweet
Respected Sir, I want to state that I am a student of MBS Public School Bhubaneswar I use MO bus as my daily transportation means to go to school. As now a days the timing of the buses are changed I used to reach school late and have to face many other problems. Kindly acknowledge my problem and I will be very thankful to you.
6. Himachal’s Spiti women ban liquor in village
The Mahila Mandal of this small village with 48 families has also said that if any person violates this proposal, he will have to pay a fine of Rs 1000. Also, it will be looked by Mahila Mandal that no English liquor shop opens in the village. Also, boards and posters of the drug abuses have been installed at various places to make people aware.
7. A woman demands District Magistrate for the reconstruction of the road as a wedding gift
She told the DM that “On 27 February my marriage procession will come, but there is no way to reach the procession to the house. I will get the gift if you fix the road ”.
8. Passed IIT even after losing 90% physical capacity, now laid the foundation of Modern School to educate children in the village.
Shankar Singh, who hails from Bihar, is well aware of the value of hard work and dedication because he has lived these words himself. Shankar, who has lost 90% physical ability due to polio, is today a very successful man. He with his intellectual labour has achieved things which are a dream for many youths.
9. Started selling saris by walking in the streets of Kolkata, today an idea made the owner of 50 Crore
His beginning was small and meager when he started his shop with the help of eight people back in 1987. Now he holds a position where he sells a whooping sixteen thousand hand-woven sarees every month. One can easily look at his life and his journey and realize how perseverance and serious determination could transform everything in a matter of few years.
10. The Un-breaker-able Story of Atul Ranjeet Sharma
Atul Sharma works for a Japanese Organization and is an RTI activist who has successfully begun his mission of having speed breaker free Delhi. Mr. Atul Sharma who is a Science graduate excels in wrestling as well.