At 88, Mother Mangalam remains a tireless champion of the poor


  • People
  • Friday, 03 Oct 2014

Still going strong: 'Exercising your body, mind and spirit will take care of most diseases,' says Datin Paduka Mother A. Mangalam.

Love for the underprivileged keeps Mother Mangalam young at heart.

WITH the aid of a walking stick and a helper, Datin Paduka Mother A. Mangalam slowly descends from the staircase of her abode.

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