A Haleem store in Hyderabad is providing work to more than a thousand unemployed individuals during Ramadan, of which the majority are underprivileged students who work part-time to pay for their expenses.
Pista House owner Mohd Abdul Musi told ANI on Friday that more than a thousand people are employed at the store, with most of them being students working here part-time from 4 pm to 9 pm.
In addition, he said that over 500 students have been provided with part-time opportunities to work as cashiers, supervisors, etc. at over 25 outlets throughout the state.
As Haleem’s preparation is difficult, more than 400 people are dedicated to this job, he said.
Among other ingredients, Haleem is an Arabian dish cooked with grains, meat, spices, dry fruits, ghee, and milk on a low flame. As time went on, this dish gained popularity in Hyderabad, Telangana, and Maharashtra.
Musi said that they are very proud of their ability to ship it to the countries of the Middle East, from which the dish originated.
Haleem is full of proteins, vitamins, and minerals, so it has no disadvantages but only advantages, said a customer in the store.
Haleem gives instant energy because of its nutritional value after fasting for the whole month of Ramadan, another customer said.
Haleem has been made at the Pista House for 25 years, and there are 25 to 28 outlets throughout the city.
“We are doing our best to maintain the quality and legacy of Haleem at the store. We are the largest producers and suppliers of Haleem in the world,” Musi said.
Since Haleem has been made and sold here, the market has seen a revolution, according to the owner.
Haleem is regarded as a very healthy dish. This dish is made of ghee, mutton or chicken, and spices, combined for a protein-packed dish, he said.
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