Beyond Karma

It is winter in New Delhi, the national capital is home to over 50 000 children vulnerable to exploitation and abuse.

Found on railway platform, at crowded bus stops, and in the alleys around temples, 4% of them are hosted in shelters dedicated to the care and protection of neglected street children, regardless of caste, color, creed or religion.

A home shelter is a refuge from the harshness of life on the street. It seeks to provide such children a real childhood, and create an environment, which allows them to explore and discover their skills and talents but also to help them to recover from malnutrition, drug use, untreated illnesses and psychological disorder…

The outside world sees street children either as victims or criminals, however they are survivors and life has giving them a second chance.

Karma is not just about the troubles, but also about surmounting them…