Pain is Temporary, Glory is Forever


Never lose faith and hope. Miracles happen all the time.

Kalpana has successfully defeated her disease and is now a Stomach Cancer Survivor. Despite all the obstacles cancer put in her way, she got back up and continues to inspire others who are affected by cancer.

She is a TEDx Speaker and the founder of Jan Seva foundation – Being the Change, a nonprofit organization focused on providing, supporting, and developing the neglected, downtrodden, and underprivileged ‘human segments’ of the society – in the areas of Education, Healthcare, Livelihood, and Human Rights

She is a symbol of hope to many and wants all to know that whatever cancer throws your way, she is right there by your side to offer physical, financial, and emotional support.

Her favorite quote to live by is “I know for certain that God does not make mistakes, but He does make miracles.” Her words of advice to those who are struggling are “I am one! You are too! Never lose faith and hope. Miracles happen all the time.”


ABOUT Kalpana


  • Mumbai


  • Stomach Cancer

Primary Treatment

  • Chemotherapy

Primary Cancer Center

  • Other


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