She always had a hankie on hand in case water dripped from the ceiling.
Heeraben has gone to the afterlife. However, her tales are still spoken in Ahmedabad, where she passed away. Some are told by the prime minister, while others are told by others.
Thus, here are some stories that captured hearts.
Hard-working and diligent: up at four in the morning and do all tasks independently:
Narendra Modi wrote in his blog that his father used to get up at four in the morning and head off to work. The sound of his boots informed the neighbors that Damodar Kaka was leaving for work at 4 a.m. Prior to starting his little tea store, he used to visit a neighboring temple to worship.
Heeraben spent the same amount of time. She would get up and accomplish a lot of work in the morning. His mother was left alone to do everything from grinding grains to filter rice and lentils. She didn’t even solicit our assistance. Narendra Modi felt like he had to lend a hand. Narendra Modi used to wash all of his filthy clothes in the pond at home. While playing and doing laundry went together,
capable of adapting to difficult situations: used even when pouring water
In his other blog, Narendra Modi explained that his roof would leak and the home would flood on wet days. To gather rainwater, his mother used to place kitchenware beneath the leak. His mother was a representation of tolerance, even in this challenging circumstance.
Thus, he later added, one will be astonished to learn that she continued to use this water for a few days. What better illustration of water conservation could there be?
A strong supporter of cleanliness, she used to clean Modi’s face after eating, despite her age of 100.
In one of his blogs, Narendra Modi mentioned that his mother paid close attention to how the bed was made and arranged. She couldn’t stand having even a single dust speck on the bed. Thus, the sheet would be washed and re-laid if there was even the slightest fold. As humans, we all worked hard to avoid this bad habit.
Every time Narendra Modi used to visit her in Gandhinagar, she used to feed him candy with her hands and, like a loving mother, wipe my face with a handkerchief when he used to be done eating. She always has a little towel or handkerchief wrapped in her saree.
Thus, her love for life and learning is inspirational. as it can benefit a lot of students and youth.