The lesson that poverty teaches us is always great. Life is a book and only a lesson to Subhashini Mistry. Life is just an exercise to Subhashini Mistry. Born in a poor family. She married at the age of 12, unfortunately, she lost her husband at the same age, leaving her to look after four children. After that “Life was not a bed of Roses” because they were poor, getting bread and butter and living a future life was very difficult. But the lesson of poverty teaches everything. However, the exercise of neediness instructs everything. There must be a life force.
EARLY LIFE OF MRS. SUBHASHINI MISTRY.
She was born and lives in a village called Hanspukur in the city of Kolkotta. Her father was a farmer who owned a tiny patch of land. She had 14 siblings but her father was unable to feed his all children. Subhashini was married to Sadhanchandra Mistry, an agricultural worker, he was working on a small form on a daily basis. Sometimes misfortune struck again and again to someone’s life. Her husband fell ill that they had no money in the home to take him to the hospital. Since they had no money, her husband was not treated well in a hospital, he died of dehydration. She became a widow at the age of 23. She was poor, illiterate with four small children. When a stone is struck repeatedly it becomes an idol. She struggled hard to meet her bread and butter. She started working as a maidservant in so many houses and later she found a better way to lead a life and uplift her hungry children. She started to sold vegetables and earning 500 rs month and educate her children.
GROWN IN HARDSHIPS SHE HAD KIND HEART TO BUILT A HOSPITAL FOR THE POOR.
Nothing is needed to help others. Education, high profile, money, family background, or whatever. All that is needed is humanity, compassion, mental strength, and a kind mind that goes beyond any selfish motives. Subhashini Mistry saved 20.000 RS and educated all her children to become doctors with the help of philanthropists, she bought an acre of land with the amount saved. She built the hospital. Although initially small, the hospital began treating patients. The hospital is named “Humanity Hospital”.It is over three acres and has the best doctors and all medical equipment. Major surgeries for the poor are treated for just under 5000 RS and minor illnesses under the RS 10. Subhashini’s son is taking responsibility and governance. One of her daughters works as a nurse at the same hospital.
SHE WAS RECOGNISED BY GOVERNMENT OF INDIA.
This pious lady subhashini gave everything to society. Especially to the poor. Without expecting any fame, publicity. The countries most civilian award, “The Padma Shri” award, recognize the highest contribution by the citizens towards the nation. She won the award in 2018, is a living example that everyone can do anything in their life. Today Humanity Multispeciality Hospital is a busy Hospital. It has 45 beds and 10 bedded ICU spread across 12 departments.
Poverty and hunger teach a lesson that no university in the world teaches. Man must grow up and be aware of life’s hardships. The days we experience may make us yearn to do something. . As a rule of the universe, the one who grieved today will be happy tomorrow but we must have courage, willpower, and strength as Mrs. Subhashini Mistry’s lives, ideal lives.
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