Dentist all set to represent India at Miss Wheelchair World 2017

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Posted On: September 26th, 2017      
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It's been a busy few weeks for Rajlakshmi SJ.

The 31-year-old from Bengaluru has been juggling her professions as a dental specialist and consulting orthodontist and an assistant professor, along with also having to follow a strict diet, workout, skin and hair care plan.

After all, Rajlakshmi is all set to represent India at Miss Wheelchair World which will be held in Poland on October 7. This is three years after she won Miss Wheelchair India in 2014

"It has been hectic, but it is worth it," she says as she readies to leave for the European country next week.

Of the several passions Rajlakshmi has in life, modelling is one of them, and it is something she truly enjoys and has worked hard to achieve.

"But being on a wheelchair and getting into modelling remains a question mark," she states.

A life changing incident

It was sometime in 2007 that Rajlakshmi, having just excelled in her BDS examination, had been invited to Chennai to present a paper at the National Conference.

On her way, she met with an accident.

"The driver had slept off. The accident left me with a spinal injury," she says.

Her lower limbs were paralysed and Rajlakshmi found herself struggling to deal with the magnitude of the situation.

"It was a whole new body I had to deal with. I was a whole new person physically," she recollects.
"It has been hectic, but it is worth it," she says as she readies to leave for the European country next week.

Of the several passions Rajlakshmi has in life, modelling is one of them, and it is something she truly enjoys and has worked hard to achieve.

"But being on a wheelchair and getting into modelling remains a question mark," she states.

A life changing incident

It was sometime in 2007 that Rajlakshmi, having just excelled in her BDS examination, had been invited to Chennai to present a paper at the National Conference.

On her way, she met with an accident.

"The driver had slept off. The accident left me with a spinal injury," she says.

Her lower limbs were paralysed and Rajlakshmi found herself struggling to deal with the magnitude of the situation.

"It was a whole new body I had to deal with. I was a whole new person physically," she recollects.

(A Miss Popularity Wheelchair World 2017 online poll is on going and you can vote for Rajlakshmi here.)

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