“89-Year-Old Woman Inspires as Tamil Nadu Panchayat President”

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Veerammal Amma, an 89-year-old woman, is setting an extraordinary example as the President of Arittapatti Panchayat in Tamil Nadu. Her remarkable journey of resilience and determination has captured hearts across social media.

Veerammal Amma, affectionately known as Arittapatti Paati, holds the prestigious title of being Tamil Nadu’s oldest-serving panchayat president. IAS officer Supriya Sahu recently shared Veerammal’s inspiring story, describing her as “fit as a fiddle” and praising her infectious smile and boundless enthusiasm. According to Sahu, when asked about her secrets to fitness and a positive attitude, Veerammal credited her simple, home-cooked traditional meals, including millets, and her tireless work in her agricultural field.

Sahu shared a heartwarming picture and video of her interaction with Veerammal, highlighting that Arittapatti is Madurai’s first biodiversity heritage site.

The viral post on social media platform X showcases Sahu enjoying tender coconut while engaging in a candid conversation with Veerammal Amma. Sahu’s questions revolved around Veerammal’s daily routine and the key to her extraordinary well-being. The post has garnered over 27,000 views and a flood of positive comments.

Social media users expressed their admiration and respect for Veerammal’s unwavering spirit, describing her as a symbol of empowerment. They hailed her simple living and praised the IAS officer for shedding light on inspiring real-life stories from rural villages. Some even suggested that Veerammal Amma deserved a prestigious award for her significant contributions to her community.

Re-reported from the article originally published in The Twitter via Supriya

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“89-Year-Old Woman Inspires as Tamil Nadu Panchayat President”

Image courtesy: Twitter

Veerammal Amma, an 89-year-old woman, is setting an extraordinary example as the President of Arittapatti Panchayat in Tamil Nadu. Her remarkable journey of resilience and determination has captured hearts across social media.

Veerammal Amma, affectionately known as Arittapatti Paati, holds the prestigious title of being Tamil Nadu’s oldest-serving panchayat president. IAS officer Supriya Sahu recently shared Veerammal’s inspiring story, describing her as “fit as a fiddle” and praising her infectious smile and boundless enthusiasm. According to Sahu, when asked about her secrets to fitness and a positive attitude, Veerammal credited her simple, home-cooked traditional meals, including millets, and her tireless work in her agricultural field.

Sahu shared a heartwarming picture and video of her interaction with Veerammal, highlighting that Arittapatti is Madurai’s first biodiversity heritage site.

The viral post on social media platform X showcases Sahu enjoying tender coconut while engaging in a candid conversation with Veerammal Amma. Sahu’s questions revolved around Veerammal’s daily routine and the key to her extraordinary well-being. The post has garnered over 27,000 views and a flood of positive comments.

Social media users expressed their admiration and respect for Veerammal’s unwavering spirit, describing her as a symbol of empowerment. They hailed her simple living and praised the IAS officer for shedding light on inspiring real-life stories from rural villages. Some even suggested that Veerammal Amma deserved a prestigious award for her significant contributions to her community.

Re-reported from the article originally published in The Twitter via Supriya