Eshwar, a resident of Darlapudi, Vishakhapatnam, belongs to a family that is no stranger to tragedy. Around ten years ago, his father was paralysed, rendering him incapable of employment. His mother used to work at a supermarket in Hyderabad till April 2019. His elder brother is the lone earning member of his family who works with Ampil Logic as a software developer since April 2019.
This did not dampen Eshwar’s spirits who, despite his visual impairment, burnt the midnight oil and got into Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar. Eshwar was meticulously trained by the IDIA Hyderabad Chapter over two years after being selected from the Sai Junior School for the Visually Challenged in Hyderabad.
Eshwar’s interest in law is augmented by his passion for debating. He is an avid reader, and enjoys listening to music in his spare time. He actively engages in his community both within and outside law school. As a budding lawyer, Eshwar actively participates in debates, moots, and discussions. He has interned with Centre for Social Justice, Ahmedabad; Advocate Challa Dhanamjaya, Andhra Pradesh High Court, Hyderabad and Gujarat State Information Commission, Gandhinagar. Eshwar also clerked with Justice S Ravindra Bhat at the Delhi High Court in November 2018.