60-year-old Munindra Sagar is an English teacher at British School of Language, Noida. What makes him different is his passion to play harmonica.
After getting married and with all the fatherly responsibilities, he was not left with much time to play.
For year he couldn’t even afford an instrument. “I had no choice. I had to sustain my family, “ he said. This was a difficult phase in his life.
Things changed in 2011, with a new job.
“Once while coming back from my institute, I started playing. a metro, he decided to use his time to do what he loves most - playing harmonica.
When the exhausted commuters, frustrated after that day’s work heard him play for the first time, they found a reason to feel good.
When they came to Munindra, showered him with praises, did he find the purpose of living - to play for the people and spread happiness.
When it’s become common for most people to leave their hobbies and passions behind, this uncommon tale of never giving up on what one loves doing the most, inspires hope.
aap sach me greate ho boss ...aaj ke din me aap phle insan ho bina swart ke dusro ki khusi ke lia bajate hon dhun ......aap ko mera salam ...........ase he aap or so sal jio taki aap ki dhun ko har dukhi dil tansan wale dil tak pohse aap sangit
Here you go!!!!! Qunit at it best to demonize the security forces those who keep us safe sound and contribute so that we can bebate on freedom of speech. Sometime I wonder how these guys can get so much negativity??? it must be paid right!!
I will address you as sir.. A man with due respect who is socialistic, who care about people there stress, smile n happiness.. Sir, live long.. Play your instruments freely.. Playing instruments in public places is not Illegal and this is what i understand n believe.. People start making there own laws when they find a change. Take care
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