Vidisha Baliyan From UP Becomes The First Indian To Win Miss Deaf World 2019 Title

Vidisha Baliyan From UP Becomes The First Indian To Win Miss Deaf World 2019 Title

Exactly when you believed that life’s pummeling you, a consultation hindered Indian magnificence just accomplished something that may appear to be unimaginable for some.

21-year-old Vidisha Baliyan, who is battling from a meeting hindered condition, was delegated Miss Deaf World 2019.

Hailing from Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar, she made India glad by being the principal Indian to win the renowned title at the global yearly magnificence expo.

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Admiring my dream-come-true trophy and moment. Earlier I felt surreal but now I think life prepared me every step of the way for this. For every one who thinks ‘less’ of disabled people and pity them, please know that disability is simply a condition and not a “problem”! And God grants grace for every challenge we encounter. And people who are disabled have acceptance of things in life because our expectations are less. I have noticed that people feel scared to feel happiness fully thinking that it might slip away later.But what’s life if we don’t savor moments completely? Stylist: @ganeshvyas jewellery: @suhana_art_and_jewels #missdeafworld #enjoylifenow #everythingisinourfavor #goldenmoments #crown #trophy #southafrica #lovelife #timeschange #lifechanges #liveitup #lovealloflife #ganeshvyas #stylist #dressinggoals

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Vidisha has totally hearing debilitation in her right ear and 90% in the left, yet she can lip-read and talk.

The global excellence show was held in Mbombela, South Africa. A displaying understudy Vidisha was picked among the 11 finalists from 16 taking an interest nations in the last round.

Purportedly, she is likewise a universal tennis player who had spoken to India in the Deaflympics.

She was likewise delegated Miss Deaf India in February this year. Overjoyed Vidisha composed this while sharing a video of her “crowning moment, “My crowning moment. My tears here are telling more than any words could express. The joy, the pains, the hard work, the belief, the early mornings – all are worth it. Being crowned as the first Indian to win in the Miss Deaf World Category. Feeling surreal. Thank you God.”

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While being crowned as miss Deaf World would be etched in my memory for lifetime, the win was extra special to me for many reasons. . . As a hearing-impaired child, from not hearing the doorbell to being ignored by people, I’ve seen it all. But after seeing a meteoric rise in my sports career as a tennis player who earned the 5th rank in ‘Deaflympics’, tennis became as important as breathing. And then life’s another blow – a severe back injury left my hopes fractured. . . . Unable to see a reason to live, I didn’t give up because of the strength my family gave me. And in time, I was shown another way – Miss Deaf India. A novice to the world of beauty and fashion, I learnt what was needed and won the title. . . I am blessed with a quality – if I put my mind to something then I don’t measure efforts or time, I give it my all. Whether it’s dancing, basketball, swimming, tennis or yoga, I never slack in my efforts. Maybe as a disabled child I learnt to overcompensate by my hard work to overcome my ability to listen properly. . . . By the grace of the universe, after the Miss Deaf India contest, we crossed paths with Wheeling Happiness, an NGO who empowers disabled people. . . . Thank you for each and every person who contributed in this victory. The crown is ours. ? . . Stylist: @ganeshvyas #blog #fromtheheart #missdeafworld2019 #southafrica #winner #wheelinghappiness #disabled #hearingimpaired #positivevibes

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A picture can never capture what’s going inside the person’s mind and hearts. Here I am ready for the National Round in the Miss Deaf World Contest, feeling roller coaster of emotions inside me. Excited, nervous, happy, scared, confident and so much more. But when I walked on stage I forgot everything. I only performed with all my heart. I think that’s how we must live life – doing our best and block all the unnecessary noise out. Outfit and Jewellery: @sabyasachiofficial @wheelinghappiness Stylist: @ganeshvyas Makeup: @keshira.mansen Hair: @lorn_vts Styling: @sandiiahluwalia4 . . #confident #emotions #happy #scared #mixedemotions #indian #winner #missdeafworld #vidishabaliyan #sabyasachi #indiandesigner #couture #jewellery #fashion #ootd #look #makeup #hair #photography #styling #ganeshvyas

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She even played out the complex ‘tandav’ during the ability round of the exhibition and blew the judges with her effortlessness and certainty.

Valuing her triumph, she shared a portion of her delightful minutes from her voyage to move toward becoming Miss Deaf World 2019:

She was allegedly prepared by India’s first female Paralympic victor, Deepa Malik, and her group, to take an interest in the global challenge.

Incredible going, young lady. Good luck with that.

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