Navratri means the festival of worship of Shakti. Shakti means mother Rajeshwari. There is also a 13-year-old Rajeshwari in Kondagaon, Chhattisgarh. Handicapped, but capable. Both hands and feet are useless, yet she goes to school, reads and writes. Sings, plays, does painting and has now become the school’s Rangoli champion. She tells that the body may be handicapped, but the spirits are not. This courage has taught him to move forward. The story of the same Rajeshwari on Maha Ashtami.
Masora Panchayat of Naxal-affected Kondagaon district. Rajeshwari is a student of class 7 in the Higher Secondary School operated in Gudrapara here. He has arms and legs, but they are bad from birth. When the hands are bent, they are never straight, the legs are never bent. Despite this, the will power to study took her to the school, the girl who could not even stand on her own, she plays with the children in the school and she participates in every program.
Competition was held in school on World Girl Child Day
The feet with which Rajeshwari writes by holding the pen. With the same feet, she does painting by holding a sandpaper and fills them with color by making rangolis with chalk. Rajeshwari has secured first place in the Rangoli competition held on World Girl Child Day. Seeing the Rangoli made by her feet, other children who were making there with their hands were also stunned. When the teachers also saw it, they could not believe that Rajeshwari could make such a beautiful rangoli with her feet.
Children studying together go to pick him up from home
Rajeshwari’s father Dinulal Patel says that he is proud of his daughter. Even after her daughter is disabled, she does everything. He is also smart in reading. School headmaster Srinivas Naidu told that Rajeshwari had made Rangoli with her own feet. His friends have a big hand in this courage of Rajeshwari. He takes her daily from home to school and from school to home. For this, 4-4 children in the shift have done their duty on their own.