His one selfless deed has made a positive difference in the lives of ninety families and has given countless more people hope.
There are a lot of individuals in our world that have a strong interest in throwing lavish wedding parties. These grandiose ceremonies and festivities have become something of a status symbol in addition to being an enjoyable event for the attendees, regardless of whether it is their own, a family member’s, or one thrown by a celebrity.
However, recent events have forced many individuals to modify their priorities in light of these new circumstances.
This is the tale of a wealthy businessman who at first intended to throw his daughter an extravagant and expensive wedding, but then changed his mind and decided to use the money for something far more meaningful instead.
Manoj Munot, a billionaire, is considered to be one of the wealthiest persons in India.
He was concerned about making sure that his daughter’s wedding was perfect and that she was able to have all she desired. The ability to provide things to one’s children that one did not have access to while they were growing up is something that many parents have as a goal for themselves.
It was Munot who carried it out. He was in a position to fulfill all of his daughter’s needs and desires at any time in her life.
Munot has set aside $11 million in preparation for the wedding of his daughter.
It goes without saying that with that kind of money, one might purchase a large quantity of cake, hire a large celebration space, and do much more.
Shreya Munot did not insist on having a large wedding ceremony or reception.
However, Shreya, Munot’s daughter, did not insist on having a lavish wedding, and she was really uncertain as to how all of the money that her father had put up would be used. It was reported that she was quite open to the concept of spending part of the money that had been set aside for her wedding on other things that were seen to be of more significance instead.
Then, Munot disclosed to his daughter that he had reconsidered his original plan and chosen instead to limit the amount of money he would spend on her wedding compared to what he originally planned. Instead, he would contribute the money to a charitable organization.
Manoj Munot is helping those in need by constructing houses for them.
There is an urgent need for India’s underprivileged population to have access to better housing. Slums are a common name for the temporary settlements that are home to many people. Munot decided that because the money that he had put aside for his daughter’s wedding might be used to assist these individuals, he would give it to them.
It was said that Shreya was so happy at her father’s choice that she was jumping for joy.
In a way, he was giving her the wedding that she had always dreamed of, one in which less money would be spent on her and more would be donated to others who were in genuine need of assistance.
Ninety families were each handed the key to a brand new house.
It is only fair that at the same time that Shreya and her husband began their new life together, that 90 other families would also be given the opportunity to begin their lives again. Munot used the money he had set up for his daughter’s wedding toward the construction of ninety dwellings for low-income families. This would provide them with the much-needed security of a permanent place to live.
In the Indian state of Maharashtra, the dwellings were constructed in the Aurangabad area.
On the day that Shreya was to be married, she and her future husband met at the construction site where they were going to build their 90 new houses. She expressed to the local media how pleased she was with both her father and the new home complex that he had created. It was a wedding present that the pair would remember for the rest of their lives.
The family not only obtained a place to live that had a roof over their heads and four walls on the inside, but they also gained access to essential services like running water and electricity.
Watching the video that follows will provide you with further information on this nice gesture.