Chhattisgarh cafe run by only disabled & transgenders
June 22, 2017
The Nukkad Teafe, started in Bhilai in Chhattisgarh is becoming famous on the internet for its unique initiative.
What is interesting about the café is that it employs only visually impaired and hearing impaired people alongwith members of the transgender community.
The café lets people learn how to communicate in sign language, read books, recite poems, meet people of same interests, play board games, make new friends and live a meaningful life.
The menu is designed in a way that customers can easily spell it using sign language.
The café has tribal art, comfortable seating arrangement, a guitar performance and offers different types of chais.
It also encourages people to avail discounts by keeping phones away and enjoy being social in real life and not depend much on social media to have conversations with people.
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