Anand Mahindra Offered To Help A 60-Year-Old Specially-Abled Man Who Makes Bikes From Waste Material


We are living in a country which is full of talent. Here, you will find talent in every nook and corner of the streets. However, the only lacking is the people in power coming out to support the talent to make them reach new heights.

But Anand Mahindra, the chairman of Mahindra Group, is known for his big heart and down to earth nature. Recently, he offered to help a very talented 60-year-old specially-abled entrepreneur, praising his story as “fabulous”.

The 60-year-old man who has blown everyone’s mind with his talent is Mr.Vikas Patel who makes vehicles using waste electronic materials, that are not harming the environment and parts of old electronic items.

Recently, in an interview, Mr. Patel revealed that he had built 7-battery operated bikes out of waste materials. He said:


“People throw away waste but I’m making bikes out of it. I want to make 3-wheelers for divyangs that can also carry their families simultaneously,” 

A Twitter user shared the story of this talented man on social media. Sharing the video of Mr. Patel the twitter user wrote:

@anandmahindra⁩ thought sharing this video with you. He’s Divyang ever since he was 1yr, can’t hear but his Skills are powerful. He knows tricks that can make things work alternatively. He’s impressing all of us since I was 1yr. I hope you like it.”

Well, Anand Mahindra was quick to notice the Tweet and come up with a reply. In his reply, Anand Mahindra offered to help Mr.Patel as he has inspired him. He announced of setting up a fund for micro-entrepreneurs and his offer to invest in Mr. Patel. He wrote:

“Fabulous story. I’ll reach out to him to see if I can invest in upgradations for his workshop. In fact he’s inspired me to personally set aside ₹1 cr as an initial fund to invest in micro entrepreneurs like him in the country. So much talent & innovation waiting for recognition”

Here, check out the Tweet of Anand Mahindra:

Anand Mahindra’s gestures were lauded by the Twitterati. Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this: