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Indian hospital built by restaurant

Rasoi Indian Kitchen is owned by brothers Jas and Suki Kullar who also run the charity Sikhi Sewa Mission UK

A fusion Indian restaurant in Swansea helps people in India receive vital medical treatment by raising money for a hospital. 

Dishes sold in Rasoi Indian Kitchen assist the funding of a hospital in Dera Baba Nanak in northwest India. It provides free healthcare in the Gurdaspur region.

Rasoi’s owners, brothers Jas and Suki Kullar, donate 20% of their profits to their own Sikhi Sewa Mission UK charity which built the hospital in 2003.

When major operations are needed, Jas says, “patients contact us and we send them to a specialist hospital and just pay for the treatment.”  Jas and Suki, who regularly visit the region, are currently planning to set up a mobile medical centre.

He added, “Ideally, we would like to open another hospital.” 

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