Sharada Dawar is visually impaired since birth but her real life story can inspire many.

Belonging to the marginalised Bhil tribe, the girl’s handicap did not deter her from living life with confidence and pride.

When the 24-year-old was selected as a probationary officer in the Bank of India, Dawar decided to give a visit to the district collector of Alirajpur in Madhya Pradesh.

She wanted to return the Rs 10,000, which the Collector had given her a few months back to complete her graduation.

“I returned the money to the Collector because I had got selected and I thought the money could be used by the Collector to help other needy or poor for his/her studies,” Sharada, a resident of tribal-dominated village in Jobat teshil, around 170 kms from Indore, told Hindustan Times.


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