Losing both her hands in a bomb blast in her teens didn't take this woman's hopes and aspirations away.
After years of surgeries and rehabilitation, Malvika Iyer, now 28, is now a disability rights activist, TEDx speaker and member of the United Nations IANYD's Working Group.
And recently, Iyer added another feather to her cap when she cooked for the first time after losing her hands.
An excited Iyer recently tweeted:
When I lost both my hands to the bomb blast, I'd convinced myself that in this life I'd never be able to cook on my own.Be unstoppable. pic.twitter.com/p865zIbXD3— Malvika Iyer (@MalvikaIyer) July 28, 2017
Her achievement didn't go unnoticed and was praised by many, including celebrity chef Vikas Khanna who tweeted:
An elated Iyer tweeted back and wrote:
OMG! You made my day!!! I'd love to meet you and cook with you. Thank you so much Sir ♥️ You are a living legend! *blushing* https://t.co/WFL6hvO0mm— Malvika Iyer (@MalvikaIyer) July 30, 2017
(Feature Image Source: Twitter)