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Ever Heard Of An ‘Honesty Shop’? Here’s What Mizoram Has Come Up With To Promote Humanity

Here's what Mizoram is doing to promote humanity

Humanity is a virtue associated with basic ethics that makes a human soul compassionate. Attributes like love, forgiveness are always the need of the hour while showing humanity makes your life worthy.
To delve into a deep understanding of humanity in an individual, take lessons from people of Mizoram whose uniqueness in this regard will leave you mesmerized.

The official Twitter account of My Home India shared a post about “Shop Without Shopkeepers” in Mizoram which depicts the presence of many shops without shopkeepers on the highway of town called Seling.

Seling is just a few hours away from the capital Aizawal where you won’t come across even one shopkeeper around. They have a deposit box kept near every shop. You can take whatever you wish from the shop and deposit money in the box.

NGO My Home India shared this and captioned “Along the highway of Seling in Mizoram, many shops without shopkeepers are found. It is called ‘Nghah Lou Dawr Culture Of Mizoram’ which means ‘Shop Without Shopkeepers’. You take what you want and keep money in deposit box. These shops work on principle of trust”.

Netizens couldn’t resist from praising Mizoram’s people and  that concluded these ‘honesty shops’ even exists in a country like Switzerland and Germany. Take a look…

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