Begging  - Social And Economic Problems – Countercurrents
“They are but beggars that can count their worth ” . William Shakespeare (Romeo and Juliet) Whenever poorly- clad, dirty and expectant people gathering major road junctions, bus – stands, temples, mosques or churches, rail- stations, etc pleading for a coin or two are seen, they are either abused or evaded or some coins are thrust into their empty bowls[Read More...]