M. Kamalathal, an 87-year-old woman from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu became famous for her act of kindness when news broke that she was feeding people in need a meal of idlis, sambhar and chutney at Rs 1 per idli during the pandemic.

It was not only during the confinement ‘Idli amma‘has been selling idlis in Re 1 for over three decades. It took a long time and the power of social media to make her known to all. In 2019, Anand mahindra He was so moved by her story that he promised to help her. He was the one who highlighted his story to his many followers.

Mahindra tweeted his story saying that he would like to invest in his business by buying an LPG stove from him.

A year and a half later and it seems that Anand Mahindra is a man of words. Not only is he going to keep his promise, but he’s offering Kamalathal so much more for his social service.

Mahindra recently tweeted: ‚ÄúRarely can one play a small role in someone’s inspiring story, and I would like to thank Kamalathal, better known as Idli Amma, for allowing us to play a small role in his. Soon she will have her own home and workspace from where she will cook and sell idlis. “

Kamalathal sells more than 600 idlis a day and serves it with sambhar and chutney that he prepares in his small kitchen on a single wood stove. She said their idlis are priced to feed daily stakes so they can afford to eat while saving money for their families.

Mahindra Rise has already started the process of registering the land that will be her home / workplace as Amma herself wished. The team is working closely with Kamalathal to make sure the house is prepared according to your needs.

In its tweet, Mahindra thanks BharatGas Coimbatore for providing it with a continuous supply of LPG. In particular, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, Coimbatore LPG Territory, had reported in early September 2019 that the LPG connection was issued to Kamalathal.

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