Every human being deserves the right to good healthcare. Unfortunately, in spite of being one of the most medically advanced countries in the world, proper healthcare in India is still accessible to only 3% of the population. When government resources are inadequate and people suffer as a direct result of it, it is the time we came together to make a difference.A big change begins with a small step. On August 15th, 1973, a young MBBS graduate from Kasturba Medical College started his Sunday clinic in a village called Begur. Equipped with just his degree, the assistance of a compounder called Puttu and the determination to serve people, his clinic ran in a quiet corner 33 kilometers from Bangalore. Today, the small step has grown into a large movement that offers free healthcare to over 1000 patients each week. It has been 42 years and the young doctor has never missed a Sunday at his Begur clinic.Meet Dr. Ramana Rao – a Padmashree award recipient, who has turned his unrelenting will to serve into a revolution that has impacted over a one and a half million lives in more ways than one.