Ashwini Angadi, 27 year old, from Bengaluru was among the seven young girls from across the world who were honoured with the UN Special Envoy for Global Education's Youth Courage award for Education, part of the Malala Day Celebrations on July 12, 2013 at the world body.

Ashwini Angadi has added another feather to her cap by receiving the Queen’s Young Leader Award on June 22, 2015 in London and is one among the three people selected for this award from India which was honoured by Queen Elizabeth II

She was launched a book Limca Book of Records 'People of the Year' 2016 along with Venkatesh Kini, President, Coca-Cola India & South West Asia, Arthy Singh, Sr. Editor, Limca Book of Records and Bhawna Bhede, 3D Rangoli Artist, Limca Book of Records Holder from Maharashtra.

Ashwini was born into a poor, rural community in Karnataka. Though born with a sight impairment, she always wanted to be independent.

Ashwini works as a national facilitator for Young Voices, a campaign by young people with disabilities initiated by an NGO Leonard Cheshire Disability.

"ASHWINI ANGADI TRUST" is a registered body with an ambitious desire to take up activities to support all differently abled individuals to pursue their interests.

To begin with "Belaku Academy" will be inaugurated. It is a free residential school for visually challenged children from all over Karnataka.