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INSPIRATION: STORY OF A SISTER WHO NEVER GAVE UP!

by Shailee Mishra

Date & Time: Apr 18, 2022 11:00 PM

Read Time: 2 minute


Inspiration can come in a variety of forms, including great work and leading by example. For Aitijya Sarkar, it was his sister's narrative that inspired him to persevere in the face of adversity. He recently responded to the topic, "Who is the most inspirational person you have ever met or seen, real or fictional?" on Quora.

Aitijya, a Quora user, describes how his sister survived a fall that should have killed her and how she persevered, becoming her brother's biggest inspiration.

Aitijya's sister was severely injured when she fell from a height of four floors when she was 16 years old. As he writes on Quora about the occurrence, he claims that when you fall from such a great height, it is usually the shock of the fall that kills you before your body has time to register the impact."What is finally seen is a fractured spine, a ruptured one that is torn and shredded, and most have one of two horrible outcomes: death or paralysis."

Everyone, though, was taken aback by his sister's fall. "During the fall, my Didi was awake. She tripped and fell on the ground.
Doctors informed her family that this was the only reason she had survived. She did not, however, escape completely unscathed. According to Aitijya, her right leg took the brunt of the impact and was ripped to shreds. He recalls bloodstained hospital sheets and a piece of his right foot falling off nightmarishly.

A Difficult Road to Recovery

The doctors warned the family that the surgery would be extremely difficult due to the possibility of bone fragments rupturing the girl's blood vessels. They estimated a 10% chance of survival and asked the family not to hold out hope that she would ever walk again.

After two years in the hospital, missing her 12th board exams, taking the exams the following year on a stretcher, and overcoming many obstacles, Aitijya's sister scored a stunning 92 in Physics Boards and a 94 in Maths.

For her outstanding achievement, the school presented her with the Exceptional Student Award, as well as a phone and a certificate. She now holds two degrees, one in physics and the other in hotel management, and she is pursuing an MBA.

Doctors said the girl would never walk again, but she is now self-sufficient, living away from home and working for a Google subsidiary
"Inspiration?" asks Aitijya, responding to a question on Quora. "This isn't even close to describing how I feel when I look at her." She's a walking, talking miracle."

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