Eat Pray Give
Whilst Baba Ramdev continues his hunger strike in protest against poverty and corruption in India, one passionate chef is on the streets putting all his culinary skill into feeding Maduari's dispossessed.
"It was a very powerful spark which I had", Narayanan says of the moment that changed his successful culinary career forever. From the moment he saw a homeless, elderly man eating his own waste because of his hunger, he knew that things had to change. "We are feeding people who've been left on the roadside for the last nine years, rain or shine. Diwali, Ramsar, Christmas...whatever it may be." We join Narayanan as he travels around the city, delivering home-made meals to his ever-growing list of clients. The gulf between the affluent classes and the poor is growing at a startling pace in India, but Narayanan has no intention of giving up his mission. "They want love, I can give them love. That's it".