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  • Gopichand – Rs 7.5 lakhs for 2 limbs, as he is a double above knee amputee.

    Gopichand is one of our youngest beneficiaries, all of 12 years old! In the 2016-2017 State Para Swimming Competition at Bangalore, Gopichand won 1 gold and 3 Silver medals. At the 2016 National Championships in Jaipur, he won 3 gold medals, More recently, at the 2017-2018 National Championships at Udaipur, he won 3 Golds and

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  • Dileep Kumar – Rs 3 lakh – Prosthetic legs, left and right

    Dileep lost both his legs in a train accident in 2017. After spending a huge amount of money on his hospital expenses, he went into a state of mind where he felt like he had lost everything in life. For many months, he was lying in bed, depressed.  But then, one day, he saw a

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  • Jagwinder Singh – Rs 3 lakhs – Cycle

    Jagwinder is a man of many talents. Despite having deformed hands, he is more independent in his life than you and I can ever imagine him to be. Among his many talents are: He is a Self Trained Para-Cyclist, doing long distance rides. He is a painter by passion, and he teaches painting at a

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  • Indrajeet Pandey – Rs 4 lakhs – Sports Wheelchair

    From Mirzapur district in U.P., Indrajeet is a patriot who served the CRPF with utmost loyalty and pride for 12 years before a train accident changed the course of his life. He never saw the accident as a curse though, he thinks of it as a blessing in disguise. It was in February 2016 when Indrajeet came across

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  • Anand Kumar -75 Thousand (75,000) for 1st Fazza Para Badminton Tournament, Dubai

    Anand is a star badminton player who used to have trouble taking part in international tournaments because of lack of funding.  The Aditya Mehta Foundation changed that for him. We sponsor him to represent our country at various tournaments world over, and he never lets us down. He always brings back medals for the country, including a gold

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  • Girish Sharma -75 Thousand (75,000) for 1st Fazza Para Badminton Tournament, Dubai

    Girish Sharma is one of the Aditya Mehta Foundation’s older beneficiaries. An International badminton star, Girish had won medals for our nation while playing on just one leg. When we heard of this man, we immediately knew that our Foundation could help him reach greater heights. With the money raised from our Infinity Ride, we

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  • Balachandar Subramanian -25 Thousand (25,000) for Sri Lanka Open Wheel Chair Tennis Tournament

    Subramaniam Balachandar is a pharmacologist who works a 6pm to 3am shift voluntarily in order to accommodate time for practicing his passion- wheelchair tennis. After finishing his shift at 3am, he heads out to train in the morning by 8:30am each day.

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  • Divij Shah -1.5lakhs (1,50,000) for Asian Para Cycling Championships 2018

    Divij lost his arm in an elevator accident at the ripe young age of 4 years. He picked up cricket initially, playing for the state team of West Bengal in the process. He competed with able bodied cricketers and yet, cemented his spot on the team with strong performances. He recently picked up cycling as

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  • Jitendra gets a prosthetic limb worth Rs 2.75 lakh

    Jitendra is an above knee amputee who has taken up the sport of badminton. He happens to be a powerhouse of strength, doing a surplus of 100 push ups per gym session. A very commendable feat for someone with just one leg! Jitendra received a prosthetic leg worth Rs.2,75,000 from the Aditya Mehta Foundation in

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  • Rama Chandra gets an electronic hand worth Rs 3 lakhs

    Aarle Ramachandra is an 18 year old stud from Pettapuram District in Andhra Pradesh. In 2013, while on his way to compete at Basketball Nationals in Goa, he had an accident at the railway station which led to the amputation of his left hand. This didn’t stop Ramachandra’s continuing passion for the sport, as he

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  • Wheelchair tennis champion Balachandar gets a Specialized Wheelchair worth Rs 3.5 lakhs

    Subramanian Balachandar is a pharmacist, professor and wheel chair tennis player. He has eight years of experience in the US healthcare. A tamilian by birth, he started playing tennis in 2006 when he represented India at FESPIC Games in Kualalumpur, Malaysia. His journey as a sportsperson is a coalescence of International, National & State level

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  • Indian Para Badminton contingent gets sponsored with Rs.4Lakhs to cover their tournament expenditure

    The Indian Para-Badminton contingent is an extremely strong one. We have world class athletes who own the stage at various International Events. At the Aditya Mehta Foundation, we have pledged to help them out wherever possible. The AMF on 28th October sponsored 6 such world class athletes to represent and make our country proud in

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