People are living in darkness because of a condition that is curable. Akhand Jyoti - largest, charitable eye hospital in Bihar, India is changing lives.Read more
Story of Dhanesh Shah. Read how Akhand Jyoti Eye Hospital, a non profit, charitable trust in India is changing lives with the gift of sight to the blind.Read more
A simple cataract surgery brings back colors to life! Patma Khatoon lost all her hope but the surgery at Akhand Jyoti Eye Hospital changed her lifeRead more
A simple cataract surgery restored the vision of poor Sarajul Miyan. Read the full story how Akhand Jyoti Eye Hospital in Bihar changed his life.Read more
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There is no better way to thank God for your sight than by giving a helping hand to someone in the dark
It’s not hard to explain how some people are surviving in certain parts of rural Bihar.
Poverty, unemployment and exploitation are common and adding to that is blindness.
Rahmat - it is not just any other word that you may randomly come across. It is a collection of letters. Which add up to translate into blessings, kindness, mercy and even prosperity.
And for Rahmat Ali, a third generation tailor from Parwaha, i...
Why do we do what we do? Why do we toil in the sun, work day and night, and stretch our limits?
When asked, Dhanesh Shah always said, ‘It’s all for a better life. For ourselves and our near and dear ones’.
A blacksmith w...
At 80, Fulamaro Khatoon prayed she didn’t make it to living another day. She wanted to slash her wrists, hang herself to the ceiling fan and end her life.
She wanted to meet God, who she believed lived somew...
Parmeshwar Shah, a resident of Sursar in Sitamarhi district of Bihar, had left farming several years ago. He lived a happy life with his family of two sons and two daughters, and a caring wife. His elder son was married and living separ...