Tyre Fixer’s Son Saves Money By Making Idols, Uses It To Make Battery-Powered Motorcycle

You might have heard this saying – you don’t need a degree to follow your passion. All you need is the willingness to learn and work hard.

And same is the case with Neeraj Maurya, a tyre repairer’s son in Mirzapur, Uttar Pradesh, who successfully made a battery-powered motorcycle.

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According to Dainik Jagran, Neeraj comes from a humble background. His father is a farmer who also repaired punctured tyres. He is currently pursuing B.A. in Panchsheel Degree College, Mavikala.

He doesn’t have a degree in engineering. Yet he managed to make the motorcycle in a month. However, he didn’t have money to purchase a battery for it initially. Hence, he sculpted idols for Navratri and earned Rs 30,000, with which he was able to purchase a battery.

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The speciality of this motorcycle is that it can run for 50-km after a single charge. It is also equipped with gears to go forward and backward, and is capable of running at a high speed.

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Neeraj’s dream is to see people use his motorcycle, thereby protecting the environment from pollution. His parents are extremely proud of him for such an achievement.

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Kudos to Neeraj for dreaming, believing, and working towards his goal!

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