Boy writes a happy message ‘khush rahiye’ on meal boxes for covid patients, picture goes viral

New Delhi: India is facing an entirely new reality because of coronavirus, and it’s one that at times can feel daunting. However, on the other side of darkness, we have had the chance to witness acts that are giving the entire country hope and filling the air with the optimism of a better tomorrow.

Amid this, the viral image of a young boy, writing a message on a meal box is winning hearts on social media. The boy’s mother prepares lunch boxes for COVID-19 patients and he writes “Kush Rahiye” on them. The photo featured a boy, surrounded by several meal boxes, writing “Khush Rahiye (Be happy)” on a meal box. The other meal boxes also had the same message with a smiley drawn on the bottom.

This picture is going increasingly viral on social media, and one of the trending accounts of Instagram shared it and wrote, “This will make your day. A little boy writes “Khush Rahiye” on lunchboxes prepared by his mother for Covid patients!” This picture is from Jalandhar, Punjab. 

In these dire times, our fight against the deadly virus is being aided by these small but important gestures that have made a big impact. We can all play a part in spreading positivity and help the world overcome this challenge. The times are tough, but there is nothing we can’t defeat if we all work together. 

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