He couldn’t be ordinary, so he became extraordinary!

He couldn’t be ordinary, so he became extraordinary!

is inevitable, but suffering is an option.” These words sound
strong but are difficult to follow.

Today, let us know someone who proves this statement true, every day, every second of his life. Let us know about an unsung warrior, Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta.


Kaustav Dasgupta was born on October 6, 1991, to Mr. Kaushik Dasgupta
(Security Officer, and Operational Executive at International Museum)
and Mrs. Sheela Dasgupta (Classical Singer, Neurologist). Although
he was born in Siliguri (West Bengal) but his family shifted to
Puttaparthi (Andhra Pradesh) for Kaustuv’s proper treatment.

is an International Graphic Designer, author, singer, music composer,
motivational speaker, happiness coach and a TedX speaker. All these
skills might seem ordinary to you but not when you will know about
the hurdles of this Hero’s life.

He has Osteogenesis imperfecta, a brittle bone disease. This disorder results in weak bones that break easily. Fractures are common and movements are difficult in this terrible disease.


of your childhood bring warmth to your heart and smile to your faces.
But along with these, Kaustuv also remember the days of restriction,
boundaries, and dissatisfaction. He says “When I was a kid, I
use to see other kids of my age play and enjoy themselves where I was
just stuck in a wheelchair because of my never-ending fractures.”

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was bullied initially, but to this, he said “I made good friends
back then. My friends use to sit with to help me avoid bullies and
some of us are still friends.” Upon asking further about his
supporters, he said “I cherish the bond I have with my younger
brother, Kaushal Dasgupta. He is in 11th grade now and a lovely
friend to me.”

knowing about his condition, people use to ask him mockingly “what
is your state now?” or “Is it gonna end ever?”. He
says “I was a good student, a good painter, singer, composer and
much more, but people focused more on my weakness. They wouldn’t let
me forget and overcome.” The wound of his peculiarity was
scratched again and again.

Accept everyone as they are. Please do not judge anyone as per your own understanding. Acceptance is always better than expectations and that is what made my life a miracle. – Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta”

it was not easy for me to tackle the situation. But I was very
positive and I had willpower. I thought I will reply them all, one
day.” And For sure he has replied. Not with words but with

the true self

Initially, he was partly affected by the disease but then came a time when he became 90% physically disabled. For two years he did not leave his bed and was limited to a room only. He adds “from 2009 to 2015, I was in depression because I was restricted from having a normal life. I was demotivated because of my disease.

But I am thankful to those dark days because they made me realize what capabilities I have, hidden beneath. I thought if I act vulnerable and fragile, then what will happen to the others like me? No physical difficulties must limit you and it was then I decided to cheer myself up for the sake of my and other similar people’s lives. I decided to motivate others and help them see the better side of the life.”

Life is a unique story. Everything is possible, NOTHING TO WORRY!” – Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta

Now, Sai takes motivational sessions. With the support of his parents and younger brother, along with friends, he is now a happiness coach, helping people to remove the mud of sadness and let the seed of happiness grow.

looks up to make the world depression-free. “People are
depressed over reasons which can be solved, they just need someone
to hear and a hand to bring them into the light.”


distinct skills he posses are his reply to the people who eyed him
with pity. But not only this, he has many awards in his name, such as
Dishari Award for West Bengal’s Best Child Singer, Mastery Award
2017 by CavinKare and Ability Foundation. He is Limca, India and Asia
Book Of Records holder. Recently, he has been honoured by the Telegu
Book Of Records for fastest time to type as multi-faceted.

2016, he went for a special trip to Goa using a wheelchair as vehicle
after winning the All India Wheelchair Wanderlust Competition.

has written an autobiography, ‘My Life, My Live, My Dear Swami’
which has been translated into 16 languages and also received
appreciation from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


Helen Keller, Stephen Hawking and Srikanth Bolla, Sai is the fourth
Global Icon for his leadership qualities.

before you expire. – Sai Kaustuv Dasgupta”

is also researching to find methods where differentially abled can
get friendly work environment and is looking forward to conducting
awareness plans so as to educate and skill specially abled.

Turning his
weakness into his strength makes Sai an achiever. Indian Achiever.

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Creativity takes Courage

Creativity takes courage

She is worth far more than rubies.

She is worth far more than rubies.