Odisha Mother Enters India Book of Records for Road Safety Songs Honoring Late Son

Sujata Khatua, a resident of Bhadrak town in Odisha, has made it to the India Book of Records. She has been recognized for writing songs about road safety in memory of her late son, Soumitra Mohanty.

A Heartbreaking Loss

Soumitra was in his final year of MBBS. Tragedy struck when he died in a road accident last September. Sujata was devastated by the untimely death of her beloved son. She struggled to come to terms with her profound loss.

Turning Grief into Awareness

While grieving, Sujata began writing songs in memory of Soumitra. Her songs focused on themes of road safety and awareness. Through her heartfelt lyrics, she aimed to prevent similar tragedies from happening to others. Her work quickly gained recognition in her community, and she became known for her poignant poems and songs.

A Remarkable Achievement

Sujata’s dedication and creative expression have now earned her a place in the India Book of Records. Her songs on traffic rule awareness have not only honored her son’s memory but also served as a powerful tool for promoting road safety.

Finding Strength in Faith

“After losing my son, I poured my feelings into my writing,” Sujata shared. “It felt like a way to express my grief and turn it into something positive. When we face tragedy, we often feel that life is unfair, but our faith in God can guide us to new paths.”

Sujata’s journey from heartache to creating awareness is a touching testament to the power of love and resilience. Her songs serve as a reminder of the importance of road safety and the enduring strength of a mother’s love.

(With inputs from agencies)

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