Women with disability in India are redefining perceptions and changing the age-old notions about them with their success stories. Pooja Sharma from Delhi is one such successful woman with disability
Today I am 28, have lost my right arm, have had more than 50 operations, have scars all over my body – but I am extremely happy! I live my life to the fullest. There’s nothing that can stop me.
It was two summers ago. I was occupied in packing for my impending vacations in USA. It was 7 o’clock in the evening when I got his call saying, “After you come back, we will meet and finalize every
In time, I realized each marriage, each disability and each couple faces different challenge. If you think you love each other and that should be it! It’s never the case, really!
“A premature birth rendered me in the condition that I will face for the rest of my life. But, the pain of being denied the chance to study in a normal school when I was about to enter 6th grade."
I was comically referred by my friends as someone ‘who walked like an old man and talked like a kid’. That kid, is an inspiration for them now! “Becoming India’s first IIM graduate with cerebral palsy
“You should love your disability first, if you want others to love you. To find true love, you need to empower and be the best version of yourself. Being with a partner is essential, but first falling