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Malayali Man Goes Barefoot, Trades Pants For Dhoti in Bahrain

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Nice! A devout son!!

Malayali Man Goes Barefoot, Trades Pants For Dhoti After Knowing Why His Father Never Visited Him In Bahrain

Devis Devassy’s Facebook post has gone viral on social media where he said he took this decision to tell his father that he was not ashamed of his bare foot.

Facebook/Devis Devassy Chiramel
He never knew why his father refused to visit him in Bahrain despite his mother coming over thrice. And when he, and also the world through his Facebook post, discovered the reason, it hurt like a thorn stuck up the heel.
His farmer father feared that being barefoot- and his dhoti-clad appearance would embarrass his son among his peers in the foreign country where he worked. The farmhand had neither tried a footwear nor slipped himself into a pair of trousers ever in his life.
But what made the son a social media darling was his decision to go unshod and ditch pants for mundu – partly to make his father feel comfortable and mainly as a penitence for making his father think of himself as uncouth. Devis Devassy said he took this decision to show his father that he was not ashamed of his barefoot nor his mundu.
“I love my barefoot father,” said Devassy in his facebook post where he also uploaded a photo sitting barefoot with his father and mother in the airport – yes finally he agreed to fly.
The post has gone viral on social media, especially among the Malayali expatriates in the Gulf. The post has come at a time when old-age homes thrive in the state and abandoning of parents are widely reported. According to reports, Kerala has the largest old-age population in the country.

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