Selfless Sikhs drive 12 hours to cook curries while Hindus buy a washing machine to clean SES workers’ clothes – and offer up their houses and temples for the homeless
- Hindu and Sikh communities have rallied to support victims of the NSW flood
- Sikh volunteers drove 12 hours from Melbourne to NSW coast to cook curries
- A flooded Hindu temple kept its doors open to shelter victims of the floods
- Rain battering the NSW coast for nearly a week finally eased on Wednesday
- But the state is still in the grip of a crisis with swollen rivers still rising
(Article courtesy of ALANA TINDAL / DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA)
The Hindu and Sikh communities have rallied to support victims of the floods that have ravished parts of Sydney.
Melbourne Sikhs drove 12 hours to cook free curries for starving residents and others bought a washing machine just so SES volunteers would have a clean pair of pants.
A Sydney Hindu temple that was damaged by floodwater has still kept its doors open to shelter and feed the homeless, while other Hindus have braved the rain to supply nappies and muesli bars to cut-off communities.