I commuted from my home to the city capital where I saw how disabled people struggled to board public transportation, especially when it rained.
My world was mostly darkness until the emergence of cricket, a sport that gave me social value and a sense of identity as a part of society.
All of these achievements have come because of, not in spite of, my rural upbringing. Those tough lessons allow me to be of service—not just to women and children, but to an entire nation.
Never say to me that you are too old to learn something new. Age is only in one's head, and I want to live.
I used to wake up thinking about improving this situation that has not changed for more than 100 years.