Anitha Ravindra, a true inspiration for every woman

She was born as any other normal child but the fate wasn’t on her side, as the six-year-old girl met with a gruesome accident when a lorry ran over her, unfortunately resulting in her losing out on her left hand and the left leg.

Further during treatments, the high dosage of drugs she was put under also made her partially hearing impaired. But the brave girl that she was, she fought all odds to grow as an independent woman to a level where she is now pursuing her Ph.D in Education, undeterred by her physical disabilities. The woman we are talking of is Anitha Ravindra, who works as a teacher in Economics at the Demonstration School in city.


March 10, 2017

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