The most beautiful day of the year is here. It’s children’s day. How many of you go to orphanages, or schools and colleges to donate things like toys, books, clothes or just a plain cheque filled with the amount of money you wish to spend? Many of you don’t, you can’t go due to work, education, lectures, seminars or meetings. Well, have you ever thought of giving some money to a begging child?? Have you just ever thought?? Be honest because I know you haven’t. You can’t because they are filthy, dirty, abusing little brats, right? Have you ever thought why they beg, why they are injured, why they are on the streets? Let me tell you why.

Children begging from Victorian Era.

Hello everyone, as you all know there is no welcoming in the post that blurts bitter truth.

Today on this auspicious day dedicated all to children, let me take you through a good a d thorough explanation of why children on the streets are there and not at home watching tv, why they don’t go to school and beg for money? Be ready because this explanation consists of Children’s Day and belated Kindness Day. It will be bumpy.

What exactly leads to begging??

Today allow me to explain to you in question and answer style. It’s important for you.

So let’s start, shall we?

1.What is Begging?

Begging has many different answers like;

ask someone earnestly or humbly for something.

-Google English Dictionary.

Begging (also panhandling or mendicancy) is the practice of imploring others to grant a favour, often a gift of money, with little or no expectation of reciprocation. 


Begging means asking people for moneyfoodshelter or other things, when one is not able to give anything instead.

-Wikipedia definition In Simple words.

All the definitions are taken from Google and Wikipedia.

Now in my words,

Begging is an act of asking for something because the person begging known as a beggar is not able to earn money due to either Disabilities, vulnerability, or simply because that person is forced to beg by a group of harsh criminals that have opened a begging racket to earn money, who beat and torture them if they don’t beg.

2. What are people begging called?

Child Beggars

People begging are called beggars, panhandler or mendicant.

Google and Wikipedia definition.

Taken from the internet.

In my words,

People begging are called beggars or someone who has been kidnapped or bought/taken from the orphanage, homes, schools or any place where the criminals could get a chance to abduct them. They are mostly and basically young children who don’t know where to go if they run away and some of them are toddlers.

What do beggars do?

Begging is never fun.

They ask for money, beg you to pay them so that their master doesn’t beat them up and starve them to death. They are shown dirty and filthy so that their parents can’t accidentally recognise them on the crossroads.

How did begging start in the first place?

The old era where people were forced to lead lives of beggars due to wars.

Begging started even before the humankind was fully aware that other continents existed, why begging started is because of the ancient wars and rebellions that killed a thousand people every day, orphaning many, injuring hundreds and in that time, disabled could not live a normal life because they had no particular organ to do work. They started begging, asking for money and hence starting the era of crime where people were kidnapped so that they could be beaten and forced to beg and earn for the criminals.

Do you think I am joking?? Does this look like a normal thing to you that children are begging on the streets?? Do you think they are the real children/siblings of the people who they beg with?? Well no they aren’t. They are formed into groups.

Let me take you through some database I collected to show you how serious this is. Some people are celebrating Children’s Day with their kids while some are kidnapped, dead or doing the work some goon told them to do.

Children from Bangladesh on the streets begging.

These are the stats of missing children from some major countries;

In America, 800,000 children go missing each year and that’s almost 2,000 per day.

In Europe, 250,000 children go missing in a year that’s 1 child every 2 minutes.

In India, 40,000 children go missing every year with 11000 remaining untraced.

Each day 22,000 children go missing worldwide. That’s 8 million per year. It’s not me saying, that’s Google search telling stats. All these databases have been collected by Google. The fun fact is that many people all over the world, especially in India, don’t even complain about their missing child. They don’t even want them back.

Don’t even ask me why they go missing because we all know why.

We don’t want this, do we?

In some cases, children are taken from their homes to be bought and sold in the market. In other cases, children are tricked into the hands of traffickers by being presented an opportunity for a job, when in reality, upon arrival they become enslaved. In India, there are many children trafficked for various reasons such as labour, begging, and sexual exploitation. Because of the nature of this crime; it is hard to track; and due to the poor enforcement of laws, it is difficult to prevent.[2] Because of this, it is impossible to have exact figures regarding this issue.

Taken from Wikipedia.

This quote here shows that in India, we have no exact figures. This is just an estimation. Many countries have the same line, no exact figures written on Wikipedia page.

In India, the biggest begging racket is going on. The children are kidnapped and beaten until they give up fighting. To make people pity them, the stupid criminals cut off their body parts, burn them, hurt them, sometimes even rape the girls.

I hate going out because I see them on the road begging, they can’t do anything, they can’t yell for help because the goons are around them. They are starved, beaten abused and at last killed if they try to fight. I am not allowed to give money to them because it’s the only way begging will stop. Well, it’s not.

Don’t forget even Sai Baba was a beggar before he turned to a Great Saint In India.

When you are sitting in the car with your kid in the back seat with a nice expensive toy in their hand. Don’t you feel satisfied? Yes, you do. They look at your kids and feel sad about their lives. They also miss their parents, their house, their toys. Have some shame. Remember before abusing them, that girl begging could have been your child. She is a child of her mother and father who have lost her or are stuck in debt and forced to do this but they are human beings too. Behave nicely with them.

No child chooses this life instead of a luxurious one. No child loves getting beaten every day. No child loves getting abused by you. If you cant give them money, at least don’t abuse them and shout bad words at them. After all, they did not choose this life.

This Children’s Day donate your charity to these children. Let’s fight with this racket together. We need to stop this. You cant go to an orphanage, school or any other place to help children, maybe just take a kid to eat something. Buy one extra chocolate for a beggar too when you buy for your kids. Do something nice for them too.

Because Kids are Kids, there is no difference between any of them. Even if it’s your clean baby or a filthy begging kid. It’s a child and it deserves a little love.

Note: I am challenging the biggest criminal community in India so please support me and re-blog this. By the way, I am done with you exploiting children. If you are reading this, just to inform you; I am coming after you.

Happy Children’s Day to all of you!!

Happy Kindness Day to all of You!!!

That’s it for today. Comment and tell me how you spent this children’s day, what you did and who you helped. Tell me about your thoughts on Child Begging on Streets.

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Signing Out_X

Thank you for your valuable time.


  1. We had Children’s Day here in the US in June, but it should be marked everyday because of the widespread suffering of the most innocent among us.

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    1. It’s Children’s Day in India today. You are right. The tortures kids go through is a lot more than we can even imagine. It has to stop. πŸ˜žβœŒπŸ˜”

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      1. Well, we had another school shooting here yesterday so we can add that to the list of things that children should be protected from but aren’t. Two dead, three others injured and the schoolboy finishing off by shooting himself in the head. And sixteen seconds is all it took.

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        1. I know, I read your post. I can’t believe it. This is so tormenting. Do you know why he did this? Any idea or theory?

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            1. That’s so sad and bad. I literally cried when I saw the women crying. This is so bad.πŸ˜”βœŒ

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  2. I’m not aware of a Children’s Day in the UK, but I may be mistaken. Over here we don’t have child beggars but instead have adults begging on the streets. However, a TV programme revealed that for some of these adults it’s their job and the way they earn a living. In the evenings they go home to their flat provided by the state.

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    1. It’s Children’s Day in India Stevie. 250,000 kids are abducted every day in Europe, it’s harsh Stevie. But we can’t do anything about it. The state takes taxes plus money like this from the citizens to use. I don’t know much about Uk government but maybe that’s also a part of spying on people. I hope there are no child beggars anywhere in the UK. it’s too harsh to see their lives getting torn apart. 😞✌

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      1. I’ve never seen any child beggars, just adults if I go to our local town or to London’s West End for a show.

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        1. Hmm…but child abduction is a big deal. It is a big problem and nobody looks at it carefully.

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            1. Thank you so much for sharing the information you had, Stevie. I am so glad we discuss important stuff like this. πŸ™‚βœŒ

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  3. Over here, it is Children’s Day on the 20th of November.
    As Stevie said, child beggars are never seen here, but the big cities are full of adults begging, mainly drug users and alcoholics getting money for drugs and drink.
    But in London, there are criminal gangs of child thieves, mostly from Romania. They steal phones and bags from people. Because they are under 10 years of age, they cannot be prosecuted. That is why the gang-masters use children.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. We have it on 14th. Those children pickpocketing and working with them is a big disaster for future generations. I hope this stops. πŸ˜”βœŒ

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      1. It was happening when I worked in the Police in 2001, and still going on in big cities now. 😦

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        1. Now that sucks. πŸ˜‘πŸ˜€πŸ˜”βœŒ

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