Most of us see what the media and the world show us. There are many individuals out there who are doing some great work, yet they are not getting the right credit for their work.
Here is the list of Indians who are not famous but yes, they have done exceptional work that can make most of the Indians feel really proud of their country men.
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Check out the list of people who need to be famous for their share of work in the society. This list even contains the name of a person who has a stamp on his name in Japan; and the sad part is, we Indians are not even aware of it!
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Find out more on these unsung heroes of our nation...
He is the founder of the world's largest school. City Montessori School is popularly known as CMS. According to the Guinness Book Of World Records, this school holds a record of registering students from a single city and the number was 39,437 students in 2010-2011.
He is also known as India's Lion Whisperer. He is a man who can convert the scariest of animals into pets with his love and care. He has devoted his entire life to the tribal welfare, education, health and even rural development of villages.
He is one of the most influential and dynamic architects of all time. He was the chief architect of Navi Mumbai and he has completed 3 breath-taking buildings as well. They are the Brain Science Center at MIT, Boston, Ismaili Centre in Toronto and the Champalimaud Centre in Lisbon.
Did you know this man even has a stamp of his name in Japan? Well, he does! He helped a Japanese delegate named "Shri Shuzo Matsunoga" to translate the Tamil literature into Japanese language! Strange, that we do not even know about this!
He is one of the most dreaded operations men in South-East Asia and is also known as the most aggressive commentators and strategist against Pakistan. Most of them recognise him for his powerful speech, in which he said, "If you do another Mumbai, you will lose Balochistan." This sentence went viral in no time.
He was an undercover agent of India in Pakistan. He was sent to Pakistan at the age of 23 on a mission. He contributed a lot of information to the Indian military services, but sadly he died due to tuberculosis and heart attack in New Central Jail, Multan.
She is a scientist from the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). She was the woman behind the making of the long-range nuclear-capable ballistic missile "The Agni-V". After this, she even became the project head of Agni-VI. Ironically, how many of us know this?
Subodh Kumar Singh
He is a plastic surgeon from Varanasi who treats about 80% of his patients for free, as they cannot afford the treatment and cost of plastic surgery. He is also the director of G.S. Memorial Plastic Surgery Hospital And Trauma Center.
Naga Naresh Karutura
He lost both his feet in a road accident. But, this did not stop this lad from achieving his goals in life. He got a seat at IIT Madras, where he did his graduation and even completed his post graduation. He is currently working at Google! How amazing is this!
She set up Prajwala, which is an organisation that supports prostitutes. This organisation also aids in their rescue and rehabilitation of destitute women. She started all this after she was gang-raped by 8 men!