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Manya Singh, Miss India Runner-up And Daughter Of Auto Driver, Shares Life Story

A young woman has made the entire country talking about her by sharing her inspirational story. From being a daughter of an auto driver to get crowned the VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 Runner-up, she has come a very long way.

Manya Singh of Uttar Pradesh's Kushinagar is the daughter of an autorickshaw driver. In her Instagram post, the runner up has opened up on her struggles. Her mother had mortgaged her jewelry to help her complete her studies.

The Miss India Runner-up had run away from her home and done various jobs to survive. Manya said, her blood, sweat, tears have amalgamated into courage to help her in pursuing her dreams.

Manya Singh has reposted her Instagram post in which she has opened up on how she went through several problems and how she achieved her dreams. Her post massive response from the netizens.

In her post, Manya Singha said that she ran away from her home when she was 14. She has managed to complete her studies. She used to study in the day and work as a dishwasher and she has worked at a call center at the night.

The Miss India Runner-up had walked hours to reach places so that she could save the money of rickshaw fare. She said she wants to show the world that if you are committed to the dreams anything can be achieved.

"I've spent numerous nights without food and sleep. I've spent many afternoons walking for miles on end. My blood, sweat, and tears have amalgamated into courage to pursue my dreams. Being a rickshaw driver's daughter, I never had the opportunity to attend school as I had to start working in my teens.

All the clothes I had were hand-me-downs. I yearned for books, but luck wasn't in my favour. Eventually, my parents mortgaged whatever little jewellery my mother had to ensure that I paid my exam fees in order to earn a degree. My mother has suffered a lot to provide for me.

At 14, I ran away from home. I somehow managed to complete my studies in the day, became a dishwasher in the evening and worked at a call centre at night. I've walked hours to reach places so I could save the rickshaw fare.

I am here today at the VLCC Femina Miss India 2020 stage to uplift my father, my mother, and my young brother and to show the world that all is possible if you are committed to yourself and your dreams," Manya Singh's Instagram post reads.


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