Jaipur doctor killed in Kinnaur landslide was going to Spiti to celebrate 38th birthday on July 29

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, July 26

The Jaipur doctor who was among the nine killed in the landslide in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur district on Sunday was on her way to Spiti where she planned to celebrate her 38th birthday on July 29.

Also read: Doctor killed in Himachal's Kinnaur landslide had tweeted happy pictures from tragedy location a day before

Excited about the trip, she had bought a new professional camera and a new smartphone for it. She was a nature lover and her life's journey too ended on nature's trail.

Dr Deepa Sharma's Twitter account is full of photographs from her trip, including a stunning early morning sky and the "last point of India where civilians are allowed".

Her followers are stunned to believe that the woman interacting with them a few hours back is no more.

"My sister deepa Sharma going for spiti tour on her upcoming 38th birthday on 29 July. She was very happy for this planned trip. She purchased new professional camera and new smartphone for it. She love nature and now my sister die in the lap of nature. may her soul rest in peace."

In her introduction on her Twitter page, Dr Deepa has said: "I am not a IAS/IPS, IIM, Ivy league school pass out, any celebrity or any Politician, but I am confident, In few years people will know my name very well for my good work and my professional attributes for our Nation and for #WomenEmpowerment.."

Two days ago, she, along with his brother and mother, went to Himachal on a group tour. His father and her elder sister stayed back at home in Sikar, Rajasthan.

Courtesy: Tribune News Service

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