Viral: Poor UPSC aspirant goes viral as his Kachcha house doesn’t stop him from his dream

The level of difficulty and intensity of your challenges often mirror the level of success you can attain. Regardless of the obstacles that life presents, it is crucial never to surrender. A viral video circulating on social media features a boy diligently pursuing his ambitious dreams within the confines of his humble mud house. This video serves as a powerful source of inspiration.

According to the viral video, the video starts outside the house. The house is very small and a cow also lives inside that small house. And a boy is studying beside her. The backdrop reveals a visually captivating collage of India Map posters, newspaper cuttings, and prominently displayed acronyms like UPSC and DM. The wall behind the boy serves as a canvas for his aspirations, each element weaving a narrative of ambition and dreams. Observing this unique composition, one can’t help but sense the courage emanating from the young scholar, propelling him toward the fulfillment of his aspirations.

Happiness and sorrow come and go in everyone’s life. People who exercise patience in times of sorrow can overcome even big problems. Haste at the wrong time is harmful. That is why one should keep working with honesty and positive thinking. And this video is the perfect example of this, it is also quite inspirational.

The name of the boy in the video is Vipin Kumar and this video has been shared under the Instagram user name of the same name. Along with this, it is written in the caption, “Everyone has to struggle, success and failure are in the hands of God, so move forward with positivity. Obstacles come and go in everyone’s life. Everyone struggles and those who People move forward with positive thinking, they definitely get success.”

The audience gave a lot of love to the video. After watching the video, various reactions emerged from the viewers. In which everyone was motivating him. And appreciating Vipin’s struggle.

Sweta Dagar is an avid reader and writer. She hails from Bulandshahr (U.P) where she completed her formap education. She loves exploring varieties of topics that shape the public opinion at large. If you have any queries, feel free to contact her at [email protected].