Mohammad Iqbal from Hyderabad, India, didn’t let the pandemic get in the way of his business or his generosity. This "breadman" who sells naan rotis from his tiny shop, keeps a basket outside every day. Customers can buy naan and place them inside the basket for others. “Anyone, rich or poor, can pick up the rotis from this basket. No one should go hungry,” says Iqbal. He himself places at least 20 rotis in the basket every day and credits God for making him do this good work. His only regret is that he is currently not able to provide the meat stew (nahari sherwa) that he normally cooks with the naan.

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