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A Week Spent in a Tata Sumo - My experience of the Earthquake and its aftermath
By Fr. Savio Rai SDB
Kolkata, May. 6. [Fr. Savio Rai, here gives a first person narration of his experience of the earthquake that struck Kathmandu on 25 April 2015, and its aftermath. He is a member of the Salesian community of Don Bosco Kathmandu.]
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Top: Fr. Savio Rai (in red T-shirt, foreground) and others engaged in relief work. Bottom: The Tata Sumo in which Fr. Rai spent a week

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JD@DBSite India Bangalore
says:
May 12, 2015

Thanks to one and all involved in this noble effort to alleviated the misery of the victims and to help them in rehabilitating and restoring their lives after this unfortunate calamity , god bless the victims and the volunteers :-)

 
JD@DBSite India Bangalore
says:
May 12, 2015

Thanks to one and all involved in this noble effort to alleviated the misery of the victims and to help them in rehabilitating and restoring their lives after this unfortunate calamity , god bless the victims and the volunteers :-)

 
THARAKAN John India Hyderabad
says:
May 11, 2015

Thanks, Savio, for sharing your personal experience of the earthquake. You were all protected by God's mercy and providence. I appreciate your thoughtfulness and the way you moved out to help the people. God bless you for your generosity. I wish someone could help the people to deal with the fear and the trauma that they have experienced. I do not know Hindi. I will find out. I was moved by your writing and your life in and off the Sumo. TD John TD John

 

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