Combating challenges in life resolutely is genuine win: PM Modi to speech-impaired woman
23- year-old Vandana from Surat, Gujarat, sent out a photo of a ‘rangoli’ picture to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and was elated to get a reply.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi. File.
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23- year-old Vandana from Surat, Gujarat, sent a photo of a ‘rangoli’ portrait to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and was elated to get a reply.
“Difficulties keep turning up in life, but even in adverse circumstances if we don’t quit and battle resolutely then that is our real success,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stated in a letter to a hearing and speech-impaired lady who sent a photo of a ‘rangoli’ picture of the PM made by her on Diwali.
Vandana, a 23- year-old from Surat, Gujarat, sent the photo of the rangoli to the Prime Minister and was elated to get a reply. She got a lot of inspiration from it, her sibling Kishanbhai Patel said.
He said his sibling is struggling with hearing and speech problems considering that birth and is learning art at a coaching institute.
Ms. Vandana’s life-like rangoli of the Prime Minister was appreciated by several people.
Rangoli is an art type in which patterns and portraits are developed using coloured rice powder, sand or flowers.
In a letter to Ms. Vandana, the Prime Minister, while encouraging her, stated that barriers and obstacles keep turning up in life, but even in unfavorable scenarios if we do not quit and combat resolutely then that is our genuine triumph.
He likewise wished a bright future for Ms. Vandana and hoped that she scales new heights in the field of art and education.
In her letter to the Prime Minister, Ms. Vandana explained him as an inspiration.
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