Dr. Malvika Iyer suffered a horrific event when she was 13 and lost both hands in a grenade blast. The agonizing defeat, on the other hand, taught Malvika how to triumph in life.
Malvika's journey began on the hardest roads and has led her to a place where she is an inspiration to millions and makes anybody who hears her tale consider her three times before giving up. This steely lady just shared one of the sharpest weapons in her toolbox that has kept her going and gotten her to where she is now: humor.
On the second day of Navratri, Malvika posted her Outfit Of The Day (OOTD), and she received an odd remark on her video. Rather than becoming upset like the rest of us, Malvika handled it with grace and showed that she is a genuine champion in life.
"In our house, we usually make fun of my' hands,'" Malvika said in the caption of the screenshot of the Twitter thread. We were able to survive my bomb detonation thanks to our sense of humor." "What crushes my heart is when people pity me even though I am living my best life with the greatest education and a wonderful profession encouraging millions of people," she continued.
There have never been more accurate words stated!
"I am not advocating bullying," she added in a subsequent post. That was not a derogatory remark. Let me laugh at myself since I am capable of doing so! I'd take a thousand' hand' jokes over a 'pavam ponnu/bechari ladki' any day."
Malvika's ability to deal with such minor issues demonstrates her ability to deal with life as a whole. Malvika's conscience was so clear that netizens were astounded and praised her for her maturity.
Malvika was awarded the Nari Shakti Puruskar, India's highest honor for women, by Ram Nath Kovind, the country's former President. Malvika has spoken at several events, including the United Nations headquarters in New York City.