Mansi Mehta Inspiring Story Of A 15 Year Old Girl

Mansi Mehta Inspiring Story Of A 15 Year Old Girl
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(Last Updated On: April 11, 2019)

Have you heard the inspiring story of Mansi Mehta, a 15-year old student, poetess,  and a column writer from Surat?

Mansi Mehta is the Founder of an NGO known as ‘ Kishori Foundation”. She is working for Girls’ empowerment through Life skills, Education, Gender Equality and advance her dream of a literate country.

Mansi Mehta – Kishori Foundation Surat

Mansi Mehta has published a collection of poems under the title “I AM ME” dedicated to Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai.

She is highly inspired by Malala Yousafzai, Sudha Murthy and Dr. Swaroop Raval for their noble tasks for society.

Mansi Mehta has been awarded the Garima Award by Gajera Trust for her work.

Mansi Mehta truly followed the quotes from Mother Teresa and Napoleon Hill. As a small girl, she may not be able to do great things, but she is doing small things in a great way with great love.

Great change comes in small steps – Mansi Mehta

She is one of the few to join the prestigious league of teenage TEDx speakers in India. Mansi takes inspiration from personalities like Sudha Murthy & Malala Yousafzai.

Mansi preaches the idea that people need to accept the social disparity between genders, for the society to collectively move forward.

She is the youngest speaker to express her activities on TEDxDumas.

Kishori Foundation Surat

Younger sister Shreya teaching them names of months, in English

  Photo Credits Facebook Kishori Foundation Surat


Mansi Mehta is a good example and her inspiring story will encourage many young children to accept challenges and move forward to become great persons.

Read the news about Mansi Mehta in Times of India Teenager dedicates her book of poetry to Malala

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