The Launch Of “Rising from the Ashes: Inspiring Story of Women’s Resilience Against Illness and Discrimination” Happened at Mithra Jyoti Auditorium yesterday in Bengaluru

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Kritika Pandey launches her latest book Rising From The Ashes (Journey of Transformation) at Mithra Jyoti Auditorium in Bengaluru. The guest for the event was Ms Madhu Singhal the founder of Mithra Jyoti Trust. 

Where the world is full of discrimination due to illness, gender Inequality Kritika Pandey’s latest book, Journey of Transformation: Rising from the Ashes is a breath of fresh air. The book narrates the inspiring story of Nimrit, a woman who has been living with epilepsy since her school days, and the challenges she has faced throughout her life. Despite the difficulties, Nimrit remained determined to lead a regular life. Kritika’s book encourages readers to acknowledge the resilience of those who live with illnesses and promotes a need for greater inclusivity and understanding.

Journey of Transformation: Rising from the Ashes tells the story of an event that Kritika personally experienced through a friend, making it a tale rooted in reality. She was emotionally moved by the tale and was inspired to pen a piece about it. Kritika aspires to increase public understanding of epilepsy and the prejudice epilepsy sufferers encounter with her book. She also wants to encourage others to support the cause of women’s emancipation and to be more sympathetic to those who are unwell.

The book’s author, Kritika Pandey, is a working person who is presently the Head of Sales and Marketing for a software firm. She pursued her study in digital marketing in Delhi after completing her graduation in Bangalore. Kritika has been working in her job for 8 years with the main objectives of assisting underprivileged people and encouraging women’s empowerment. Kritika is originally from Dehradun, a small town cited for its beauty and happiness. Because so many individuals around the world suffer from various ailments, she is adamant that it is unethical to discriminate against someone’s skills because of their illness. A woman should not be made to endure additional hardship as a result of her circumstances, whether these are in her personal life or those of society.

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