It’s very difficult to choose few Indians who are making us proud because there are many people who have done a lot for the country and are shining on the global scene. To this list, there are some unsung Indian heroes who have done a lot for the country but have not been noticed. It’s time we make them famous.
Unsung Real Life Indian Heroes
Kareem Bhai lives in Hyderabad. This man is trying to make a difference in the society by distributing newspapers to poor children and making sure that they grow up as aware individuals.
This man once met a woman who was admitted to the government hospital because she could not afford dinner. Since then Venkatraman decided to start serving lunch for just one rupee, which he has been doing for five years now.
Revanna Umadevi Nagaraj
People know this woman as a typist in IHD, Bangalore, but not everyone knows that she is a professional billiards player who is a three-time national champion.
Reuben started learning various computer languages at the age of six. She is now an 8-year-old girl who owns a company and was invited to give a lecture on cyber security.
At a very young age, Babar has seen his parents struggling to send their kids to school. This made Babar run his own school for underprivileged kids and he also earned the title of “Youngest Headmaster “at the age of 16 by BBC in 2009. Babar Ali is one among those Indian heroes who are working expecting nothing in return.
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Dr. Tessy Thomas
Dr. Tessy is also called the “Missile woman of India because of her achievement in DRDO. She was the project director of Agni-4 Missile and was also the first woman scientist to head a missile project in India.
Asia’s first women to swim 1.4 miles in the Antarctic ocean in just 52 minutes. She conquered all the five oceans of the world by breaking the world records.
World’s first female amputee who climbed Mt. Everest and also five of the world’s eight highest summits.
First Indian girl to play in the English premier league who also made India proud by winning the woman in football award in the Asian football awards in London.
A 74-year-old man who was a librarian, he donated his entire life’s earning which was around 30 Crore rupees, for the betterment of poor people. Kalyanasundaram won man of the millennium award and lifetime service award in 2011.
And the list goes on and on. We have so many unrecognized Indian heroes living with us in the society, working in silence expecting nothing but your love and support towards their objective. So, if you know any then you can let us know in the comments below. It is time to make them famous.
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