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Eternal power, extreme caliber ,infallible faith these words are express the persona of women .Not in India but  in the whole world women faces adversities with kind of  extreme audacity  to make their dreams and desires into rerecord braking reality.Limitations  Here we are introducing the   wondrous women warriors of this century.



Monica Singh lost her identity – her face – in an acid attack in Lucknow, in 2005. But   after 43 reform surgeries and a series of distressing experiences, she has been ready to rock on her feet for catering her dreams.  She said –Limitations


“An acid attack survivor has to prove every day that she is a sufferer of this man dominating society, that she is not fragile like glass and that she is physically  as well as mentally potent enough to live a normal life,”

In the face of her problems, Monica, 28, had managed to complete her bachelor’s degree in apparel design in the esteemed National Institute of Technology (NIFT) in 2009.

Her success mantra:  Believe in yourself and nourish your dreams for making achievements.

Deepa Malik :

Deepa is a paraplegic, paralyzed from waist down.  She got a spinal tumor 17 years ago, and she has been unable to walk since then.


Deepa Malik’s expedition from wheelchair to a global platform for achieving silver medal was outstanding and incredible. She wrote a golden history when she won the silver medal in the women’s shot-put F53 event at the Rio Paralympics-2016 with a personal finest throw of 4.61m.With this prodigious effort, she became India’s first woman and oldest sportsperson to ever succeed Limitations  for winning a silver  medal at the Paralympics.

She defies all the odds and has become an inspiration for millions of such people who are physically disabled or handicapped by achieving this goal which is unimaginable for many.

Her success mantra:  Believe in deeds not destiny and you will be able to create your auspicious fortune

Arunima Sinha


She is world’s first Indian female amputee to climb Mount Everest even after going through a tragedy in which she lost one leg. She had serious leg and pelvic injuries,. At hospital she lost leg but didn’t lose heart,

She said “Leg is obviously required to climb Mt. Everest, but what is desirable most is a daring heart. I conquered Mt. Everest on 21st May, 2013 through firm determination and brawny will power. That accident was a turning point of my life but I didn’t want to be dependent on others so I decided to do something that would place a model for others and especially who are going through the same phase. I achieved my goal of conquering Mt. Everest with great enthusiasm”

Her success mantra:  You extreme courage, determination and dedication played important role in achieving ambitions.

Krushna Patil

Krushnaa Patil became the youngest Indian woman to successfully climb Mount Everest in May 2009. Patil was also the first Indian woman to climb the highest peak McKinley in North America in Antarctica.


She started climbing in 2007 by doing mountaineering courses from the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering in Uttarkashi, Uttrakhand. In 2008 she climbed Mt. Satopanth (7075 mtrs.) in the Garhwal Himalayas and has become the youngest person in the world to have scaled it at 18 years. Patil climbed Mt. Everest, and again becoming the youngest Indian girl to do so in May 2009. She claimed with the 7 Summit quests, which is to climb the highest peak on every continent. Patil was the first Indian woman on the highest peaks in Antarctica, South America and Europe. She was on Mt. Mckinley in North America in May 2011, but had to turn back. She has successfully submitted all 6 other peaks.

Her success mantra:    Be passionate to chess your dreams .

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