People who rose from Rags to Riches

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Everyone must be aware of this old adage,” Fortune favours the brave”. This saying stands true for the following people who have challenged fate and won it gracefully.There are few people who are on the way to success but still live a low profile life but have succeeded in their missions.

H.Ramakrishanan : Journalist, Musician, CEO of SS Music Channel

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Even though Ramakrishnan was diagnosed with Polio at an early age of two. Due to this, he was not able to attend regular school so he went on to complete his Baccalaureate and Masters degrees in Public Administration. He has a very reputable career of 40 years in Journalism only. Besides that he runs a charitable trust for the special people.

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Mitticool means clay refrigerators  and this company was started by a clay craftsman and that too after facing harsh challenges in his life. In 2001, Gujarat earthquake he lost almost everything but as he had knowledge about how the refrigerators work so he started his own company which turned into a successful business.

Patricia Narayan : Owner of Sandeepha

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Prasan Sandeepha is a restaurant chain started by Patricia Narayan who rose from rags to riches. There was a time when her husband left her with two children and she used to sell jams and pickles to make a living. This woman started her journey from a roadside thela  but now she is the owner of 14 outlets of sandeepha. The restaurant is named after her daughter Sandeepha who died in a heartrending car accident.

Dilafroze Qazi: Founder of SSM College of Engineering & Technology, Kashmir

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Dilafroze Qazi is a very young and brilliant woman who established first private college in the Valley. She received her education from a government school in Kashmir and pursued her mission to give quality education to the students. She has been decorated by “Peace Star” award for her contribution in maintaining peace and harmony in the state.

Arunima Sinha: First female amputee to climb Mt Everest

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Arunima lost her leg when she was being pushed out of a train. Before that she was a great Volleyball and Football player. But this incident did not affect her spirit at all. She faced every challenge and became the first amputee to climb the Mount Everest.