#DwaarStories

Stories are where we share day to day dwaar happenings.

Mahi’s story is a story of growth.

She grew up in Lado Sarai, a small, concrete village in the south of Delhi. It sits between major roads and is compact, with rooms stacked one of top of the other, with many families inhabiting single buildings. In years gone by many of the properties were owned by Lado Sarai inhabitants, and subsequently, their children and generations after them grew up not having to work or study since they had a secure income. Mahi’s family, however, did not have the luxury of owning a home, so her father worked hard to support six children. She and her older sister found jobs in teaching and other things in order to help finance the family. They are a close-knit family that endured three months of eating only roti and onions, when her father’s meagre salary from working as a security guard at the Ambiance Mall in Delhi was stolen from him twice.

Through her teaching job, Mahi met Indu. Indu was attending the Dwaar youth group in Lado Sarai and told Mahi all about it. Mahi had been going to a Bible study with another church but that church moved out



Mahi’s story is a story of growth.

She grew up in Lado Sarai, a small, concrete village in the south of Delhi. It sits between major roads and is compact, with rooms stacked one of top of the other, with many families inhabiting single buildings. In years gone by many of the properties were owned by Lado Sarai inhabitants, and subsequently, their children and generations after them grew up not having to work or study since they had a secure income. Mahi’s family, however, did not have the luxury of owning a home, so her father worked hard to support six children. She and her older sister found jobs in teaching and other things in order to help finance the family. They are a close-knit family that endured three months of eating only roti and onions, when her father’s meagre salary from working as a security guard at the Ambiance Mall in Delhi was stolen from him twice.

Through her teaching job, Mahi met Indu. Indu was attending the Dwaar youth group in Lado Sarai and told Mahi all about it. Mahi had been going to a Bible study with another church but that church moved out