The tragic death of Ms. Sanjana Parthasarathi, a 25-year-old software engineer, has become a story of hope and second chances, as her family’s decision to donate her organs resulted in seven life-saving transplants. Sanjana’s organ donation is a testament to the profound impact one person can have on the lives of others, even in the most tragic circumstances.
Sanjana’s parents, Mrs. P. Ganga and Mr. G. Parthasarathy, have expressed gratitude for the opportunity to honor their daughter’s memory and ensure her legacy of kindness and generosity lives on. They hope that by sharing Sanjana’s story, more people will recognize the life-changing potential of organ donation and consider becoming donors themselves.
The medical staff at BGS Gleneagles Global Hospital in Bangalore played an essential role in making the organ donation and transplantation process possible. Their dedication and support provided much-needed comfort to Sanjana’s family while ensuring that the organ recipients received the best possible care.
In addition to raising awareness about the importance of organ donation, Sanjana’s tragic accident serves as a stark reminder of the need for proper road safety measures. The wearing of full-face helmets when riding two-wheelers is crucial to minimize the risk of severe head injuries, as emphasized by Ms. Sarala Anantharaj, Chief Grief Counselor & Transplant Co-Ordinator at BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals.
Sanjana’s organ donation has created a ripple effect of hope and inspiration, demonstrating the power of one person’s selflessness to touch the lives of many. By sharing her story, Sanjana’s family aims to inspire others to consider organ donation and raise awareness of the difference it can make for those in need.