Meet Nawab Khan para marathon runner and motivational speaker
Nawab Khan is a resident of Shahpura a town that comes under Jaipur district in the state of Rajasthan. He is one of those people who are out to live their life to the fullest despite the challenges and hurdles in life.
A school teacher, a motivational speaker, a regular marathon runner, and a sport enthusiast, Nawab Khan lives a busy life. It was not always like this and there was a time when Nawab was on the verge of giving up all hopes.
Nawab met with an accident a few years ago and his right leg was amputated due to extreme injuries. For some time, the loss of leg broke his spirit and Nawab felt helpless.
But this was not for long and this young man decided to make the best of his abilities instead of ruing over his loss. The 21 year old young man got back on his feet, changed his life around and is now inspires others.
Nawab completed his education and is now a teacher in a private school. To fulfill his love for sports Nawab has been running regularly in marathons. He believes in keeping fit and healthy and rides his bicycle every day for 25 kilometers.
Nawab gives motivational lectures and feels that is one way of contributing towards making the world a better place.
There are many people like me who have faced harsh situations in life. I want to make a difference in their life and give them hope for future through my words.
Nawab Khan wants to make his mark in sports and is keen to be a part of amputee football scene in India. However, lack of guidance and financial assistance is a hurdle in his way.
“ I have known Nawab almost since his childhood and he is a very strong person mentally. Despite the struggles in life, he is so positive that people get inspired just by spending a few moments with him and listening to him. I feel that he can achieve greater heights in life, says Sunny Lakhiwal, childhood friend, supporter.
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