July 24, 2021

Women World

Hair doesn't make your life worth living, it's only you: Ketaki Jani

Viikass Jolly/ Kaumimarg Bureau | June 24, 2021 01:52 PM

It will make you think when you read about the heroic Ketaki Jani Alopecia, is a truly inspiring story that has already been saved.

Ketaki Jani, an Ahmedabad-born and Pune-based civil servant, and a mother of two children. She lost her hair at the age of forty, and within a month and a half, ranging from a lady next door to the bald lady, "people will laugh at my bald head, " Ketaki said.

In our society, and because it was a barren woman, it is a cruel joke, ofcourse. In view of the fact that it is only a few percent of that of the bare-bones of people prefer to have their heads shaved. Trying to accept this fact, and they invest a lot of time, money, and effort in order to avoid it. But for women, there can be exceptions. Ketki Jani is one of those persons.
Ketaki Jani led a healthy lifestyle, just like any other family, the women, and all was well. But one day, when she woke up, she found a large bald spot on her head, with massive hair fall on the pillow. Break-up and was in a panic, she went to the doctor, only to find out that the state she was in was terrible. In the blink of an eye, she realized that there was nothing anyone could do now. Alopecia, removed each and every hair from its whole body.

Even after the loss of her hair, the treatment should be started. For two-and-a-half years old, doctors gave Ketaki, counseling, medication, and steroids every day. She fell into a deep depression, she decided to get out of it. After that, she accepted the truth and decided to give her a bald spot. Prior to walking in the light, with dignity, in spite of all of the important questions, and they agree to that, "yes, Yes, I am bald, but I have a wonderful heart, " which is about more than just looks. It was very difficult to come to terms with; she was crying for days on end. So, she admitted that she was anxious to get moving, and have never even looked in the mirror.
Of course, it wasn't easy at first, people came up to her and asked her if she had cancer or some other deadly disease. There isn't really a person who once told her she had to be lost, its meaning, and all of the charm of life. There is nothing like it in the world, and for a barren woman. She also made her realize that it was a punishment for the atrocities they have committed. Some of them even asked if she was a widow. Ketaki was able to feel unwanted, love, and rejection in the community. Often, people mocked the situation.

When she is promised to herself that she was going to accept her fate had thrown at her. Then she decided to go through the painful process of tattooing on my mind, fulfilling her long-held desire to have a tattoo to get it for herself.
At more than five years old, she became the first woman with alopecia areata, it is to be in the final of the Miss India World and Final. She won the title of Miss 'The Inspiring, ' one of which is said to be well-deserved.
For those of you who would like to know what is alopecia areata is an autoimmune skin disease. The most common symptom is a loss of hair on the scalp, face, and other parts of the body. In our own country, alopecia areata affects more than 1 million people every year. People are suffering, especially at the ages of 19-40 years of age. In addition, the disease can affect anyone, of either sex.
The story of " AGNIA "(Daughter of the Fire) has been written about her struggle with life. It is published in Gujarati and will soon be released in the Hindi language. It is written by an expert, writer, and journalist Sri. Praful Shah.
In addition, it is a campaign of the patients with alopecia to make their lives worth living and enjoying. She gave the answer, in a society that has been ridiculed, mocked, and spread the rumors of her loss. She is the first survivor of the Elop and the Role of the Model in India.

Thanks to her mother, and her children, Praful Shah, a veteran, a writer, and a senior reporter, and Richa Singh, who is the director of Miss India.

They showed that " Beauty is in heart, not in the physical sense."

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