Ways we can also help the Earthquake victims in Nepal.

11:56 am, 25th April 2015 proved a disastrous time for every person in Nepal and everyone affected with nature’s rage. A massive earthquake of 7.9 scale disturbed everyone and gulped more than 2500 lives within few mins. A heart moving incident which reminds us we are one as Humans and must move forward to help fellow humans trapped in that area.

Government does takes measures of their rehabilitations and also provides them a sum so that they could come up with living again but in this very moment a share by our side will prove much helpful too.

We from randominks team have done our bit and also appeal every reader to contribute their part to help the victims. Following are few ways you too can contribute :


  1. Prime minister’s relief fundhttps://pmnrf.gov.in
    follow the given link and you can donate few amount for the victims struck with this tragedy.
  2. Relief fund drive by Paytm: The mobile recharging network also came up with the donation drive, just follow the following steps:
    • Simply proceed with your recharge or bill payment
    • The coupons selection page offers coupons of value ranging from Rs. 10 to Rs 1000
    • Select the amount you desire and go on to complete your recharge.
    • Paytm will match your donation amount rupee for rupee.
  3. Donating to Sewa International: If living abroad or even in India you can opt to donate for the Earthquake victims through Sewa international. Follow the link  http://www.sewausa.org/donate or follow the following image :
    Sewa donations
  4. Help from Google to find any missing person: Google, the web giant also helps in disaster situations by helping to find a missing person. Click the link below to report/find any missing person in the affected area :


Lets come together to pray and help the victims of the Earthquake !

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