Taj Hotel Employee Shares Umbrella: Heavy rains cause a problem for ordinary people. It has the most significant impact on stray animals. In such situations, a small effort or kindness can be of great relief to these animals. One such example was given by an employee of the Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai when heavy rains started.
Taj Hotel Employee Shares Umbrella with Street Dog
Ratan Tata shared a picture on social media on Friday. In this picture, a man from Taj Hotel in Mumbai is carrying an umbrella to protect a stray dog from rain. This kindness of the employee also caught the attention of Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata, and now this picture has become viral on all social media platforms.
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Posting this picture on his Instagram account, Tata wrote, “Sharing comfort with the vagabonds in this monsoon. This employee of Taj is kind enough to share his umbrella with the stray dog even though it was raining heavily. A heart touching moment was captured in the hustle and bustle of Mumbai. Such expressions go a long way for stray animals.”
With over one million likes, this post caught the attention of many. While some described the Taj employee as a “man with a golden heart”, many praised Tata for noticing such things. Replying to the post, a follower of Tata wrote, “Sir, this Taj employee deserves a salary hike or something special for his kindness.”
Worst rains in Maharashtra
On Friday, an official said that heavy rains in many parts of the five districts in Maratha had increased the water level in irrigation projects and dams in the area. At least 20 circles in five districts of Marathwada received heavy rains on Thursday, with Patoda circle in Beed district recording the highest rainfall of 145.25 mm, the official said.
He said that eight circles in Beed, five each in Latur and Osmanabad and one circles each in Nanded and Parbhani received more than 65 mm of rain in a single day. Naleshwar circle in Nanded received 98 mm of precipitation, followed by Usuf circle in Beed 96.75 mm.