Meet Arunima Sinha who turned disability into her biggest strength
Arunima Sinha is a woman amputee known to climb the world's highest peak Mount Everest and five more peaks at five different continents.
Now she aims to climb the highest peak in Antarctica, which is the seventh and toughest continent.
Arunima was a national level volleyball player but due to a train accident, one of her legs had to be amputated below the knee.
Sinha wants to tell the world that if one is focused on a goal, there is nothing that can stop him or her.
Sinha plans to start an international sports academy near Kanpur for the disabled people.
Sinha has also adopted 120 disabled children in Lucknow and supports them in every possible way.
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