Teeming streets full of traders, consumers, and mendicants surround Jama Masjid mosque in Old Delhi. They are lined with a number of Halal eateries that are not just busy serving food to customers but also feeding the homeless every afternoon. Islamic tradition requires saving a fraction of ones earnings to feed the poor and destitute. Almost all major traditions in India have placed a great value in feeding the hungry and helping the needy. I met Rhematullah in one of the congested alleys in the area. He is one of the many restaurant owners who gives out a generous proportion of freshly cooked korma and naans each day to the homeless. He tells me that its not him who is giving them the food but Allah. He is just the body or the vessel that provides the blessing to the poor.