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This Kerala Mans Dad Never Visited Him Abroad andamp His Loving Gesture To Make Him Visit Is What Family Is All About

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Our parents might not be as advanced and tech-savvy as us, they might not be well-versed with the modern times but they have been our pillars to achieving that very modern lifestyle. They have helped us build the lives we lead with their sweat and tears. No matter how successful or modern we get, we will never be too good for our parents.

One such sentiment was echoed when Devis Devassy Chiramel, who hails from Kerala but works in Bahrain, shared a post on Facebook. He talked about how his father, a simple man living in a village in Kerala, has never visited him in Bahrain in many years, even though his mother has visited him 3 times.

This Kerala Man’s Dad Never Visited Him Abroad & His Loving Gesture To Make Him Visit Is What Family Is All About

The reason, which is as tear-jerking as the son’s subsequent gesture, is that his father has never worn shoes or Western pants in his life, and was worried that he might embarrass his son in a foreign country. The simple old man has been wearing the mundu, a version of the dhoti, a traditional attire for men in South India. It breaks one’s heart to see how modern etiquette and customs can create distances between loved ones.

But the most heartwarming thing happened when Devis devised a beautiful way to convince his father to visit him in Bahrain. He not only removed his footwear but also decided to wear the mundu/dhoti for the time his father was visiting.

In his Facebook post, translated by The News Minute, he says, “Today we are going to Bahrain, and till my father returns from the Arab land, I, too, will not wear shoes or pants. I will only wear the mundu.”

This is the kind of love our parents deserve. Nothing less. More power to you, Mr Devis Chiramel. 


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