Meet the FIRST AMPUTEE to climb MOUNT EVEREST
Arunima Sinha lost her leg when some robbers pushed her out of a moving train. Two years later she became the first woman amputee to climb the Mount Everest. From battling the difficult days in the hospital to chasing her dreams of scaling the highest peak, Sinha’s story is all about courage, passion, dedication and respect. She is a former national level volleyball player from Uttar Pradesh, lost her leg three years ago when some burglars demanded her gold chain, and on her refusal, pushed her out of the moving train. She was hit by a passing train and suffered severe injuries.
The ugly incident in 2011, which she describes as her “darkest hour”, changed her life completely. But 26-year old Sinha stood tall and converted this challenge into an opportunity, becoming the first woman amputee to climb Mount Everest.
We Respect you for your COURAGE, PASSION and DEDICATION. You arer a Role Model for many who dream to achieve.
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