Childhood Hanuman.. used to beg from house to house along with his mother, starving. Gukkedu used to roam around for rice. If someone died in the village, he would go to work. He used to participate in death and ritual activities. They also go to dig graves for funerals. After that, they would fill their stomachs with rice.
ASP Hanuman said that he continued his studies even while doing all these things. However, when he goes to school to study, he is chased away by his clothes. There are no torn and dirty clothes..not even a cheddi underneath. Moreover, the students and teachers all know that the boy eats and begs in that area. Mistaking that he had come to school to beg, they chased the boy away. How poor..?
Hanuman’s mother said, ‘Not like this, father’.. A Reddy among them.. begged their children’s old clothes, dressed his child and took him to school again the next day. A broken plate collected from another house was placed in the child’s hand and placed in a line. A master saw that plate.. ‘Ray.. have you come to study? The child was taken away and made to sit in the classroom. ‘That day I didn’t even have a proper plate in my hand. Today the government is giving you everything. Hanumantu sir recalled his bitter experiences saying that they are giving digital plates.
It is a mistake to think that child Hanuman’s troubles will end after joining the school. Here is another big problem. Seeing Hanuman’s clothes and his attire, all the children chased him away. They looked down on the beggar for sitting with them. They scolded him not to sit with them and beat him. Guru Ramanachari’s heart sank when he saw that. With the help of fellow teachers, they collected good clothes and gave them to Hanuman. After wearing that dress, the children liked him and befriended Hanuman. However, it took two years for all the children to meet Hanuman.
Education continues. He gave up the profession of begging. And how will the hunger be satisfied..? If you read it while your stomach is grumbling, how can you get rid of it? After finishing classes, they go to work in marriages and elders. After doing those tasks, he would not only eat what they gave him and fill his stomach, but he would also take food home to satisfy the hunger of his younger brother and sister. After suffering so much.. Hanumantu studied with Kasi and became a police officer.
If you say hello to my mother..
Today, when the SS and constables see their mother, they say ‘Hello, mother’, that mother’s heart is overflowing with pride. ‘Will you make your parents proud like this?’ – This is the question Hanuman sir asked the school students. But what is the main enemy of students these days?
‘These cell phones do not exist in our time. Veda is what mother said. The Vedas are what the Guru says. But, you have a cell phone. That is the biggest enemy. Be careful If we had a cell phone, we would be spoiled too. No one told us to study. ASP Hanuman said that culture and forgiveness taught us everything.
In Anantapur, under the auspices of AGS Foundation, free books and digital tablets were distributed to children studying in government schools. Anantapur ASP Hanuman was the chief guest and addressed the event. Told 400 children a ‘life lesson’ which no teacher in this world can teach.
‘I don’t feel insulted to talk about my past life. It is enough if one or four students change because of my words. A lot of good is done to the society with them. Today’s society is abandoning everything and punishing my mother. Will you punish your parents..?’ – While saying these words, Sir Hanuman’s voice was not hoarse or strained. What a life that has seen hardships. If you listen to Sir’s words, they will surely inspire you. Hats off sir..