1.This Chattisgarh teacher brought education to the doorstep of these children by travelling on his bike with a blackboard strapped to it and holding mohalla classes. Students who were unable to join online classes could study because of his efforts.
2.In Kerala, community kitchens were set up across various districts and people came forward to help in cooking, in order to distribute food packages to people everyday — in the middle of a nationwide lockdown.
3.Ngurang Meena set up a free roadside self-help library in Arunachal Pradesh to encourage the love of reading and to provide access to books to those who are unable to develop a reading habit.
4.Lakyntiew Syiemlieh, a 50-year-old grandmother from Meghalaya, who dropped out of school in 1988, cleared the class 12 board examinations 32 years later, after she discovered her love for re-learning.
5.And this 90-year-old grandmother from Kerala won hearts by learning how to use a laptop and proving that acquiring new skills does not stop at a certain age.
6.This brave doctor risked his own life and went back to work to save the life of an elderly COVID-19 patient.
7.And this retiring warrior dad resumed his COVID-19 duty.
8.Patients and other residents at a COVID-19 centre in Kerala organised a surprise party for a bride who missed her nikah ceremony after being hospitalised at the centre.
9.This couple from Odisha made 2020 a lot more pawsitive as they celebrated their wedding feast by arranging for a special meal for about 500 stray dogs.
10.Twitter users came together to help an elderly man selling saplings in Bengaluru and doubled his sales after a tweet urging people to buy his plants went viral.
11.An airline crew helped deliver a baby boy mid-air and welcomed the mother and the baby in the most heartwarming manner possible.
12.2020 was when the city of Mumbai, with its big hearted-people, came to the aid of a vegetable vendor from Bhendi Bazaar, who opened his shop for the first time since the lockdown, only to have it shut because of the flooding. He is now debt-free because of their help.
13.It was when this farmer took to Twitter to talk about his crop and investment going to waste because of the lack of buyers and support immediately poured in from individuals and start-ups, thereby saving his efforts from going down the drain.
14.It was also when the city of Kozhikode witnessed a devastating plane crash and several people from the neighbouring areas helped in the evacuation of the passengers despite the torrential rainfall and the fear of a deadly virus.
15.2020 was when we were introduced to this husband of the century.
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17.2020 was when these best friends reunited and left us feeling all warm and fuzzy inside.
18.It was the year when we learnt about these wonderful children our parents would gladly trade us for.
19.We met these adorable dancers in 2020.
20.And finally, we were blessed with a gem called Yashraj Mukhate, who gave us "Rasode Mein Kaun Tha" and started the best meme fest of 2020.