Orphans look for our helpOften, the news is published in newspapers that girls of the orphanage are used as a concubine by rich people or donor or the organizer and so on. Many girls run away from the orphanage to find a safer place for them but hunted by wrong-doers who sell them to flesh-businessmen and thus, these girls become prostitutes or in some cases, they choose their career as call-girl to earn money for a better life.
And also we see boys from orphanage coming to our door asking for money.
In an orphanage, those kids or small children are raised who as kids are left alongside a road or on a heap of garbage or in a hospital or somewhere else. Either they are deprived of the shadow of their parents or are illegitimate kids. When nobody claims to have them, therefore, people or police send these kids/ children to orphanage and they are raised there. Their orphanage is their home, manager and other staff are their relatives and children are brothers and sisters. How they are treated and fed in an orphanage we don't know. What they feel. How they see this society we can't imagine.
Those married couples who feel pity for them whether or not they have children if adopt one child, his/her entire ambience will be changed. He/she can have a bright future. It will be a great deed.
You might have heard about Arpita Khan, sister of Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. She was an orphan. On red light, you can see children coming closer to you and begging. Arpita would also beg at a red light. Slim Khan, Salman's father, would give her money. One day her parents died. When he came to know about it he brought her his home brought her up as his second daughter. Now, she is married to Ayush Sharma, a film actor, son of Anil Sharma, Congress leader of HP and grandson of Sukhram Sharma, the late cabinet minister.