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About Shristi Choudhary:
Shristi was brought to us by a traditional birth attendant who delivers babies in villages and works as a field laborer when she is not delivering babies. Her parents were also in field labor, but they died in an accident. Shristi’s elderly widower grandfather was unable to take care of the young child, so she was brought to Mercy Home.
Shristi likes to keep her belongings in order and takes care of her possessions, even at such a young age. She loves the story of the Lost Sheep from the Bible. Her favorite season is summer, her favorite fruit is mango, and she likes to eat rice and dal (split pea soup). She loves to play games, dance, and sing. Her favorite flower is rose, and she likes dogs and peacocks.
About Mansi Choudhary:
Mansi’s mother is a housewife and her father is a sweet (Indian) maker. They live in a small village where there are gangs from the higher caste. Mansi’s father and the people at the shop have been beaten when these gangs demanded money. They’ve destroyed the property once and have threatened to kill the children. A neighbor shared about Mercy Home to the father and mother and suggested they bring Mansi to the home. With a lot of apprehension (because they didn’t know about this place) they brought Mansi here. Now Mansi is learning about Jesus and His love for the people of this world. Her favorite story is about creation and her favorite season is winter. Mansi’s favorite meal is poori (fried Indian bread), sabji (vegetable), rice and dal (split pea soup). She loves oranges, the rose flower and pet cat. Her hobbies include studying, drawing, dancing and singing. She wants to be a nurse or doctor in the future and serve village people.
About Ankita Kachi:
Ankita lived in a village with her grandfather. Ankita’s mother died when she was very young and soon after her father abandoned her. She was fortunate that she had her grandparents. They had a small piece of land and worked as field laborers. The grandparents took her in, but after two years Ankita’s grandmother died. Her grandfather is first generation Christian and is the only believer in his village for the past 15 years. When he didn’t shave his head and follow the usual Hindu burial rituals for his wife, his faith was revealed to the angry villagers and Hindu extremist groups. He felt it was not safe for him to leave Ankita at home while working on fields. He met one of the Mid India Christian preachers who told him about Mercy Home. With tears of joy and relief he came to Sheela Lall to inquire about Mercy Home and begged her take Ankita and help her trust and believe in her Heavenly Father.
Ankita now is a part of the Mercy Home and loves praise and worship. She loves simple Indian food and housework. She is adjusting to her Mercy Home family as she has never been away from her small village.