Muniba Mazari :- The Real story

She adopted a boy called Naile from an orphanage. She had claimed at the orphanage not to judge her for sitting on the wheelchair and she could care for him.

"Muniba Mazari with her Adopted son"


Despite all these calamities that struck her, Mazari tried remaining positive, and greeted everyone who came to meet her with a smile on her face. This attitude confused the visitors and often they questioned her if she was really unwell.

It was only because Mazari had decided that she was going to live for herself. She was not going to be that perfect person for someone, she was just going to take this moment and she will make it perfect for herself. She was going to fight her fears; the fears of known, unknown, losing money, losing health and fear of the inner self.

                  Her Painting

In addition to her powerful and inspiring speeches, Muniba shares coming to terms with her new purpose while being confined to a bed for two years. Nine years later, her inspirational story has continued to touch people all over the world

She is a divorced girl and abandoned daughter, but instead of moaning she summoned up her courage and nourished her adopted son alone. According to Muniba Mazari, her true strength was always her mother who continuously motivated her and heightened her spirit.

Although wheel chair bound, her spirit and artistry knows no bounds. In fact, she takes the agony of spinal cord injury as a challenge and is more determined to express her sentiments through her art work.

Currently, she is running her brand by the name ‘Muniba’s Canvas’ with the slogan ‘Let Your Walls Wear Colors’.

 She is a mix media artist and believes in depicting the ethnic jewels of her region in an abstract way. Some of her work is purely abstract which depicts the humans’ expressions, their thoughts and dreams. 

Her paintings give the message of living life and represent the real personality of the artist.

 She has the honor of being the first anchor who is on wheelchair. She has also left her imprint in the field of modeling as the first wheelchair-bound model of Pakistan.

The United Nations entity for Empowerment of women and the Gender Equality, has named Muniba Mazari as Pakistan’s First female Goodwill ambassador to promote gender equality and the empowerment of women.

 Muniba has been an active part of many social campaigns. She has always spread awareness about child violence , gender discrimination etc. She has always worked for children’s rights and education and guided people against child abuse.

 Muniba Mazari got featured in BBC 100 Women List for 2015.

Mazari was named one of British Broadcasting Corporation’s 100 Most Inspirational Women in 2015 and was also featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 the following year.

"You know, when we end up being on the wheelchair, what’s the most painful thing? People think that they’ll not be accepted by people owing to our imperfections" (Muniba Mazari words)

 She has also worked on campaigns for Toni & Guy and refuses to portray herself as a victim of circumstances. A firm believer in “turning adversity into opportunity”, this young woman has made it her mission to evoke the same in others.

In fact, Pakistan’s first wheelchair using artist and first female Goodwill Ambassador, Mazari continues to model, speak and sing proving that determination always triumphs over hardship. 

“We are human beings; we breathe, we have souls, we are alive, we feel. We don't need your sympathies, we don't need your empathy. Let us live!” (Muniba Mazari Words)
Muniba Mazari :- The Real story Muniba Mazari :- The Real story Reviewed by Neelam on May 25, 2020 Rating: 5


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