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Accident Left Her Blind, But she cracks UPSC in first attempt


When people told her to stop being ambitious because she was blind, when she learnt to read through her fingers, when she spent hours straining her brain over various books while preparing for several exams, It was her patience that she went through all this cause she knew that she had to answer this world with her success. Pranjal Patil, shut the mouth of all the people who once told her she can't do anything and doubted her abilities, as she scored the 124th rank in Union Public Service

On her wheelchair, She captained an under-19 women’s cricket team.


Preethi Srinivasan - the former Under-19 cricket captain of Tamil Nadu, it was a normal childhood for her just like other kids and her family could sense a bright future upcoming until that awful day came into her life, In 1998 at an age of 18, Preethi suffered an accident which resulted in the Broken spinal cord that made her quadriplegic. She got paralysis below neck and a wheelchair the only tool with her to live her entire life. After many days of weeping, and being sad about her loss,

She is paralyzed below neck, still she does Rs 3 Cr turnover monthly.


When life snatches something from your left hand, It always gives something more precious to our right hand. Every new day comes up with new hopes and challenges, where we gain or lose something. But we must respect those people who never gave up their hope and determination and overcome all the obstacles that comes in-between their goals. Sujata Burla, from Hyderabad is a perfect example of Never give up attitude. She is truly a motivator and life winner to thousands of lives, apart from that

This man quit his job at Google to sell samosas, has a turnover of Rs 50 lakh


Very few people in this world have the courage to leave a stable and comfortable life in pursuit of their passion. Mr. Munaf Kapadia, who was working with the Tech giant Google.inc. left his job to sell Samosas. As for all the IT professionals, working in google is a dream job for them as they have a high brand value, provides good salary and beneficial services to the employees. Munaf who left his job at sudden, is now the proud owner of 'The Bohri Kitchen' in Mumbai. Munaf pursued his MBA

Story Of A Common Ice-Candy Seller, From 13000 To 8000 Cr.


Beginning from his childhood, in the Thiruthangal village of Sivakasi of Tamil Nadu. Though his childhood was also same as the other millions in the state, survival in those conditions was the biggest question ! Elimination of all luxuries including education was their only choice. Though quitting school was merely a difference for his as he wasn't a regular attendee but his family survival was one of the important responsibilities he couldn't​ have skipped. As having no Source of income the