While many consider burglary or cheating to make money quickly, in a video, an honest, visually-impaired street samosa seller is seen conveying the true meaning of contentment: "what I make with my efforts is enough for me".
In the video that has gone viral, actor Varun Pruthi is seen buying a samosa from a street seller, who sells two samosas for ₹10.
When he is paid ₹1,000 instead of ₹10, the honest seller requests Pruthi to give change, to which the actor replies: "God sent this for you".
However, the sincere seller refuses to accept beyond what is due to him and tells Varun to give the extra money to someone else who is more needy than him.
"You are an inspiration. A big salute to you sir for your honesty. Never give up in life," Varun said.
The video ends with the message: "There are people who have money, and people who are rich. He teaches us, money doesn't make you rich, attitude does."
The video, uploaded on YouTube by the actor has received good response from online users. It has been viewed by more than one lakh people within two days of its release on the video-sharing site.
Watch the video below: