1. That this House notes that Sweety Makwana received the award for being Indian Link’s Mother of the Year 2013 in recognition of her dedication to her two-year old daughter, Twisha, who has Long Gap Oesophageal Atresia due to being born without an oesophagus, which means she requires special care for 24 hours each day.
Twisha On Media / Press Releases
મોતે પણ માની મમતા સામે ઘૂંટણ ટેકવી દીધા – સ્વીટી પોતાની દિકરીને ઈન્જેક્શનથી દુધ પીવડાવે છે – અન્ન નળી વગર જન્મેલી દિકરીની માં મુળ અમદાવાદના મણિનગરની માં એક એવુ પુથ્વી પરનું સર્જન છે કે જેની આગળ ભગવાન પણ સીર જુકાવે છે.સૃષ્ટી પરનું આ ભગવાનનું સર્જન મા ના અનેરા રૃપો જોવા મળે છે.સ્ત્રીના અનેક રૃપોમાં પત્ની,દિકરી,બહેન
Read the article in the ‘Chitralekha’ magazine here: http://twishamakwana.com/docs/chitralekha.pdf
New Delhi: Baby Twisha is less than 4 years old but has already undergone 20 surgeries as she was born with an incomplete food pipe. The operation costs Rs 7.5 crore, so CNN-IBN Citizen Journalist is making an appeal to people to come forward and donate so that Baby Twisha gets a chance at life….
Baby Twisha, born with an incomplete food pipe needs Rs 7.5 crore to undergo a complicated procedure in Boston to survive. Twisha has already undergone 20 surgeries but they haven’t been successful. Twisha’s mother appeals to PM Narendra Modi to come forward and… Read more at: http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/507758/watch-baby-twishas-mother-appeals-to-pm-narendra-modi-for-help.html
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पहली नज़र में त्विशा मकवाना किसी भी आम बच्ची की तरह ही लगती है, लेकिन उसकी लाइफ का हर दिन खास है। तीन साल की त्विशा को जन्म से ही एलजीओए नाम की समस्या है। इसका मतलब है कि त्विशा के शरीर में एसोफैगस यानी मुंह से पेट को जोड़ने वाली नली अधूरी है। इस
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3-year-old Twisha can not swallow/eat anything from mouth to stomach. Little Twisha Makwana was born in 2011 with an esophagus that stops short of her stomach – leaving her little chance of ever living a normal life – but the 30-year-old Australian toddler’s mother Sweety Makwana, determined to give her 3-year-old her best shot, has