Roti Bank in Dehradun

About Dehradun

The city of Dehradun is the capital city of Uttarakhand. It’s also the most populated city and the largest city in the state. The city is known as the gateway to heaven because of its aesthetic scenery, picturesque landscapes, and fairy-like hill stations. It is indeed a winter wonderland. The city is a very famous tourist destination and attracts tourists every year.

It is home to some of the most popular hill stations like Nainital, Mussoorie, Doon Valley and many more. It is popularly referred to as the queen of hills, and the city is home to beautiful cultures, traditions and heritages.

Apart from the beautiful visuals and hill stations, the city also has some amazing flavours. These include Bun Tikki, momos, bread pakora, chowmein, and many more.

Our Concern

In a peaceful and blissful city with gorgeous scenic beauty and picturesque landscapes,   and a beautiful connection of the gilded threads of prosperity and ideals of love, grace and liveliness, some people can’t even afford a meal for their families. Their endless circle of agony and hunger needs to be broken, and we, the people of Indore, known for our hospitality, liveliness and selfless nature need to give food to the less privileged. 

Our aim 

We aim to make sure all the people living in Dehradun go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need. 

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Dehradun like weddings and other joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy. 

Even at weddings, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less.

Every bite makes a difference. 

How can you donate? 

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor. 

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city. 
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets. 

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead 

Contact us today to donate, bring a change to the world, and the city of Dehradun and gather the blessings of the poor. Let’s all unite forces to help those in need, and feed the poor a heartfelt happy meal. Let’s work towards building a strong community, full of love for each other.

Donate food, be a boon; relish in the city of Dehradun!

Roti Bank in Varanasi

About Varanasi 

Varanasi is a thriving city in the state of Uttar Pradesh. It is known as the spiritual capital of India. It serves as the hub of pilgrims who visit from all over the world, especially Hindus who bathe in the Ganges Rivers’ sacred and holy waters to perform rituals and purify themselves. An ancient city, Varanasi attracts a lot of tourists every year. It is believed to be the home where Lord Shiva resided. Varanasi is one of the oldest cities globally and is full of rich cultural legacies and heritage.

The city is home to ancient and architecturally beautiful temples, museums, holy waters, ghats, and many more. Varanasi also has an abundance of scrumptious food, beverages, and flavors, including kachori sabzi, baati chokha, thandai, laaiya chana, Dahi vada choora matar, and many more.

Our concern 

Varanasi is one of the most ancient cities globally but is also home to the poor, underprivileged groups who starve themselves to sleep each day. Their endless circle of agony and hunger needs to be broken, and we, the people of Varanasi, known for our religious roots and true nature, need to give food to the less privileged.

Our aim 

We aim to make sure all the people living in Varanasi go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens to help those in need.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Varanasi, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference. 

How can you donate? 

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead 

We urge you all to join hands and reunite forces to donate food to the needy, to give them a good meal, and for them to feel lucky in this magical city. Let’s make Varanasi a gorgeous and prosperous city for all living here.

Roti Bank in Punjab 

About Punjab 

The state of Punjab is the home and the heart of the Sikh community. The word ‘Punjab’ translates to the land of five glasses of water, as the state is also home to the five famous rivers: Beas, Chenab, Ravi, Sutlej, and Jhelum. Punjab has an abundance of fertile land, and consequently, the main occupation of the people living here is agriculture and farming. It has some world-famous religious sites, including the very popular Golden Temple.

 Punjab is also famous for its Bhangra, Punjabi jutti, suits, and Punjabi cuisine. Some of these include Chole Bhature, tandoori chicken, kebabs, Punjabi curry, murgh makhani, lassi, and many more. Chandigarh is the state’s capital, and the state indeed is like a slice of heaven on Earth.

Our Concern 

In a large and vibrant state like Punjab, with enormous fields, a culturally rich atmosphere, a beautiful connection of the gilded threads of prosperity and ideals of love, hospitality, and abundance, some people can’t even afford a meal for their families. Their endless circle of agony and hunger needs to be broken, and we, the people of Indore, known for our hospitality, liveliness, and selfless nature, need to give food to the less privileged. 

Our aim 

We aim to make sure all the people living in Punjab go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens to help those in need. 

How does Roti Bank help?

During festivities in Punjab, like Baisakhi, Lohri, and other joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy. As a community, our selfless and diligent members act as a bridge between people who have surplus food and people who have a scarcity of food. 

Even in marriages, especially big fat Punjabi weddings, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no food is less.

Every bite makes a difference. 

How can you donate? 

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor. 

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city. 
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets. 

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead 

Contact us today to donate, bring a change to the world and the great state of Punjab, and gather the blessings of the poor. Let’s all unite forces to help those in need and feed the poor a heartfelt happy meal. Let’s build a strong community full of love for each other.

Let’s donate food to make everyone’s life happy and fab; let nobody sleep hungry in the land of Punjab!

Roti Bank in Jaipur

About Jaipur

Jaipur is the capital city of Rajasthan. It pays tribute and homage to the royal blood family that previously ruled the region and inherently founded what is now known as the Old City, also known as “Pink City” due to the colour of its trademark buildings. The opulent, colonnaded City Palace Complex stands at the centre of its stately street grid. Part of it is still a royal residence with gardens, courtyards, and museums.

Jaipur is known as the Pink City of India and serves as the state capital of Rajasthan. Jaipur is well-known for its Rajasthani traditional jewellery, handicrafts fabrics, as well as its traditional Rajasthani cuisine.

The city is also famous for its sweets, food and snacks. The most popular among them include bhujia,Dal Baati and Pyaaj kachori., malaidar special lassi (lassi) and Lashun ki chutney (hot garlic paste), Mawa lassi from Jodhpur, Alwar ka mawa, Mirchi vada, Malpauas, and rasgulla.

Our concern

 Even in the largest city of India, where people from all over the country visit to rejoice in the rich cultural heritage, there are still people who sleep on the pavements, with no money and a starving family waiting to be fed. While we’re celebrating life at gatherings and parties, visiting forts and being blown away by the lavish lives led by kings and queens, these underprivileged members of our society have no option but to resort to begging. They are helpless.

Our aim

We aim to make sure all the people living in Jaipur, the pink city go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Jaipur, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference.

How can you donate?

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate us a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our Plead

We urge you all to join hands and reunite forces to donate food to the needy, to give them a good meal, and for them to feel lucky in this magical city. Let’s make Jaipur a beautiful and prosperous city, for all its residents.

Don’t forget to feed the poor, the next time you come to Jaipur!

Roti Bank in Amritsar

Our Roti Bank in Amritsar tries to help poor and needy people to sleep comfortably.

About Amritsar

Amritsar is Punjab’s largest city. It serves as a major agricultural, cultural and  transportation hub. It has the Wagah Border and The Jallianwala Bagh. It is also the spiritual heart of the Sikh Culture and the location of the Harmandir Sahib, or Golden Temple, the Sikhs’ primary place of worship.

Amritsar is known as the Golden City of Punjab. It is the apple of the eye of Punjab.

It has some beautiful monumental destinations to visit and is famous for its finger-licking tasty food. Some of the dishes found in Amritsar include Kara Prasad, Amritsari Kulcha, Sarson da Saag, Makki ki Roti, Shammi Kabab and many more Punjabi styles dishes are world-famous in Amritsar.

Atrocities of the underprivileged

However, the golden city also has some unfortunate groups of people, who don’t even get to drink sufficient water to get through their day. Their endless circle of agony and hunger needs to be broken, and we, the people of Amritsar, known for our big hearts and selfless nature need to give food to the less privileged.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Amritsar, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference.

Our aim

We aim to make sure all the people living in Amritsar go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need.

How can you donate?

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead

Contact us today to donate, bring a change to the world, and gather the blessings of the poor.

Don’t let a hungry person suffer, donate today in Amritsar!

Roti Bank in Pune

About Pune

Pune is widely known as India’s second most important IT hub and the country’s most significant automobile and manufacturing hub. As the city spurs numerous educational institutions, it is also regarded as the Oxford of the East. Pune is one of the most famous cities in India. It is a sprawling city in Maharashtra.

Pune is famous for dishes such as pav bhaji, vada pav, poha, street dosa, and many more.

Pune is filled with love and laughter, with the spirit of a developed city.

Our concern 

As hard as it is to believe, even in a wonderful city like Pune, where people from all over the country visit to rejoice, there are still people who sleep on the pavements, with no money and a starving family waiting be fed. While we’re celebrating life at gatherings and parties, these underprivileged members of our society have no option but to resort to begging.

Our aim

We aim to make sure all the people living in Amritsar go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Pune, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference.

How can you donate?

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate us a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our Plead

Don’t let food go to waste, feed a hungry stomach. We plead with you all to join forces and gather together as one big community helping out those in need. After all, we are the future of the country, and we decide its course. Let’s strive to work towards the betterment.

Don’t let anyone die because of food scarcity, donate food when you’re in Pune city!

Roti Bank in Agra

About Agra 

Agra is one the most popular and beautiful cities among those in India. Located in Uttar Pradesh, it’s situated near the banks of the Yamuna River. It serves as the location for one of the seven wonders of the world, The Taj Mahal. The Taj Mahal is considered one of the best examples of Mughal architecture and is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Agra is a center for learning, architecture, religion, culture, arts, and commerce.

Agra is also a source of great food and entertainment. Some of the most popular dishes include parantha, petha, jalebi, Bhalla, Mughlai cuisine, tandoori chicken, and many more.

What’s the main issue? 

Even in a glorious city like Agra, some underprivileged and unfortunate people don’t even get to drink sufficient water to get through their day. Their endless circle of agony and hunger needs to be broken, and we, the people of Agra, known for our rich culture, an abundance of love, and royal heritage, need to give food to the less privileged.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Agra, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference.

Our aim

We aim to make sure all the people living in Agra go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need.

How can you donate?

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead

We urge all the residents and visitors in Amritsar, to do their bit in giving a bite to the hungry. Don’t let your food go to waste, make the best of it by feeding a hungry person.

Our team is eagerly waiting to hear from you soon. Contact us now!

The next time you visit Agra City, donate food, free the poor from pity!

Roti Bank in Chandigarh 

About Chandigarh 

Chandigarh, the City Beautiful, is one of India’s most beautiful and architecturally modern cities. It is the capital of Punjab and Haryana and is the heart of these two states. Apart from this, Chandigarh is the first planned city in India. It’s highly famous for its cleanliness, lush greenery, and beauty. It’s like a piece of heaven on Earth and has a spectacular blend of culture, greenery, modernity, wildlife, heritage, and togetherness.

Apart from this, Chandigarh, being the heart of Punjab, is famous for its delicious Punjabi food. Some popular dishes include Chole Bhature, chaat, Dahi Bhalla, paneer tikka, golgappa, kulfi, and many more.

What is our concern?

Unfortunately, Chandigarh, a city that takes your breath away, has some poor people who live on the streets, begging for food to feed themselves and their families. While we’re merrily and gaily sinking in the beauty that the city has to offer, these people struggle with getting one meal per day.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Chandigarh, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference.

Our aim

We aim to make sure all the people living in the City Beautiful go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need.

How can you donate?

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead

We urge you all to join hands and reunite forces to donate food to the needy, to give them a good meal, and for them to feel lucky in this magical city. Let’s make Chandigarh one of a kind, by making sure everyone living here leads a healthy and happy life.

Roti Bank in Vadodara

Vadodara is the third-largest city in Gujarat. Also known as Baroda, it is known as the cultural capital of Gujarat. It is also a hub for educational activities and has been ranked as one of the most popular cities in India. It is people’s favorite city to live in, as it has all that you need, accumulated in one place.

The city is rich in ancient history and has beautiful architecture. It is a cosmopolitan city, full of love, laughter, and vibrancy.

Vadodara is also famous for its good food and delicious flavors. Some of the dishes include Dhokla, Khaman, Sev, Bhakarwadi. Mostly Gujarati, Sindhi, and Rajasthani cuisine are prevalent here.

Our Concern

In a beautiful city like Vadodara, with lovely residents, an elegant and vibrant atmosphere, a beautiful ecosystem, and ideals of love and brotherhood, some people can’t even afford a meal for their families. Their endless circle of agony and hunger needs to be broken, and we, the people of Vadodara, known for our love, grace, and selfless nature, need to give food to the less privileged.

Our aim

We aim to make sure all the people living in Vadodara go to sleep with a full stomach. We urge you to eradicate hunger from this city and do the least by providing everyone with a meal, to have the energy to get through the day. We want to build a community of our fellow citizens, to help those in need.

How does Roti Bank help?

We as a community, of our selfless and diligent members, act as a bridge between people who have surplus food, and people who have a scarcity of food. During festivities in Vadodara, along with joyous celebrations, often there is a surplus of food, which goes to waste. Roti Bank collects this leftover food and gives it to the poor and the needy.

Even in marriages, parties, birthdays, or family gatherings, no amount of food is less,

Every bite makes a difference.

How can you donate?

There are two ways in which you can bring a change and donate food to the poor.

  1. You can contact us to collect leftover food from your doorstep. This food will be given to the hungry children and people in the city.
  2. You can also donate a sum of money, from which food will be purchased for the poor, without a single penny going into our own pockets.

We aspire to make progress, not profits.

Our plead

Contact us today to donate, bring a change to the world, and gather the blessings of the poor. Let’s all unite forces to help those in need, and feed the poor a heartfelt happy meal. Let’s work towards building a strong community, full of love for each other.

Lockdown Vs The Hunger in India

India is a country of multiformity in its culture,festivals or even wealth. In one side of India where people of big cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore etc can afford luxurious life, in the other side India also holds several places, where people are extremely poor and are barely able to meet their ends.

Poverty in India is defined as those who consume less than Rs.600 per capita every month in the villages and below Rs.860 per capita every month in the cities. These cutoffs help identify the top ten poorest states of India. The top 10 Poorest states in India are as follows:

1. Chhattisgarh: 

93% people are poor in Chhattisgarh. This is one of the poorest states in India. About one third population of this state lies below our extreme poverty line. Chhattisgarh contributes 15% of the total steel produced in India. Chhattisgarh became a state in 2000 after its separation from Madhya Pradesh.

2. Jharkhand: 

Poverty at the state level is around 36.96% in this state. Social indicators of Jharkhand such as literacy, infant mortality, enrollment and child nutrition are below all-India average.

3. Arunachal Pradesh:The 4th state in the poorest states in India is Arunachal Pradesh. People below the poverty line in this state are 34.67%. It is the largest among the northeastern states and was formed in 1987. Agriculture primarily drives the economy.

4. Manipur:Manipur was formed in 1972. Poverty in Manipur is 36.89%. The hills cover 90% of the total area in Manipur. Lack of power, transport and communication contribute to the industrial backwardness of the state. Social and economic infrastructure is one of the lowest in India.

5. Bihar:The fifth position in the list of the poorest states in India is grabbed by Bihar. Half the population Bihar is below the poverty line. Poverty is around 33.74%. The reasons for the backwardness of agriculture are both institutional and technological. And structural and institutional factors acted as a barrier to the agrarian transformation.

6. Odisha:People below poverty line are 32.59%. Odisha has the second highest proportion of scheduled caste and tribal people in India. Half of the people in Odisha are educationally backward and rural female literacy, lower than the national average. Odisha has the highest percentage of children aged between six and 14 years who are out of school.

7. Assam:Nearly 31.98% of the people in Assam are below the poverty line. Assam’s location is away from the main production centers of India and this is the main reason for its low economic progress. Climatic conditions of Assam are also a factor hindering growth of the state.

8. Madhya Pradesh:Poverty in Madhya Pradesh is around 31.65%. Madhya Pradesh is the home to the largest number of Scheduled Tribes (STs) in India and is often called the tribal state of India. The rural poor in forested areas, particularly tribal populations, are dependent on the forest resources for subsistence, income and employment.

9. Uttar Pradesh:The poverty in UP is 29.43%. It is India’s largest state and also one of the poorest. A cycle of poverty, illness and death occurs in UP; partly because many girls are married off in their teens. UP is the state with the greatest number of malnourished children.

10. Karnataka: Percentage of people below poverty line is 20.91%. Nutritional deficiency among children in Karnataka is acute. It has failed in spreading the facilities of Bangalore’s development to the rest of the state. It remains one of the few states to have just one city, Bangalore, with more than 1 million people. North Karnataka has remained untouched by development.

These are the 10 poorest states in India where poverty is in dominance. The Indian Government is trying its level best to bring these states and their people to bring above the poverty line.