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A Ray Of Hope : Miss Deaf World, Vidisha Baliyan

Posted: August 19, 2019

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Vidisha turned a ‘deaf ear’ to all criticism, pullbacks
disappointments and became first Indian to win Miss Deaf World 2019.
By winning the beauty pageant ‘Miss Deaf World’ 2019 Vidisha, became a new ray of hope for all differently-abled personalities. Your determination is above all, willingness, passion and commitment to achieve your goal, always become your strength. So as happened with Vidisha.

Vidisha Baliyan, a 21-year-old girl from Uttar Pradesh Muzaffarnagar, won Miss Deaf World 2019 Crown. The international beauty pageant was held in Mbombela, South Africa on 22 July 2019.

Vidisha, a student of Asian Academy of Film & Television, was chosen amongst 11 finalists from 16 participating countries in the final round.
According to her hearing-impaired conditions cannot stop talented people. Trust in yourself and pave the path for yourself to make your dreams come true. She is a former international Tennis player. Due to a back injury she could not continue with it. She continued her passion to sharpen her talent, which leads her to stand out.

In her talent round she performed ‘Tandav’ which is vigorous, energetic and expressive dance form performed by Lord Shiva. Only the fire to listen to the music of soul and passion and commitment towards art can lead anyone towards such perfection.

‌She made India proud with her achievement. All those who ever had lost hopes after injury or physical disability can derive motivation from her. Her achievement strengthens the very thought of beauty.

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