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    The holy month of Ramzan is a time of fasting and reflection for Muslims around the world. For many, it is a time to come together with family and friends, to break the fast and share meals. However, for some in Hyderabad, India, this time of year has brought unexpected hardship.

    The descendants of servants who worked for the Nizam of Hyderabad, one of the wealthiest rulers in India during the 20th century, have been left homeless due to the Ramzan fast. These individuals, who live on the streets and in makeshift shelters along the city’s roads, are unable to find food during the day as most restaurants and food stalls are closed during the day.

    The Nizam of Hyderabad was once one of the richest men in the world, with a personal fortune estimated at over $2 billion. He ruled the princely state of Hyderabad from 1911 to 1948, and his wealth was legendary. He employed thousands of servants and owned vast estates and properties throughout India.

    Today, many of the descendants of his servants live in poverty, struggling to make ends meet. They have no permanent homes and often rely on begging or menial labor to survive. During Ramzan, their situation becomes even more dire as they are unable to find food during the day.

    This issue has sparked outrage among some in Hyderabad, who argue that the government should do more to support these individuals. Activists have called for the establishment of shelters and food distribution centers for those in need during Ramzan.

    In response, some local organizations have stepped up to provide support. One group, the Helping Hand Foundation, has set up a food distribution center near a major mosque in Hyderabad. They provide free meals to anyone in need during the day, regardless of their religion or background.

    Despite these efforts, many are still left without support. The plight of the descendants of Nizam’s servants serves as a reminder of the deep inequalities that persist in India, even decades after the end of colonial rule.

    As we reflect on the meaning of Ramzan and the importance of compassion and generosity, it is important to remember those who are less fortunate. By coming together and supporting those in need, we can work towards a more just and equitable society for all.

    Rajesh M
    Rajesh Mhttps://www.telanganatribune.com
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