Blind Muslim girls recite Bhagvad Gita at Vrindavan
September 27, 2017
Three Muslim girls who are blind recited the Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita written in Braille at a programme organised in Vrindavan in Uttar Pradesh.
The programme was organised by the Red Cross to train around 300 girls from the state in first aid, dealing with natural calamity and giving services to people with disabilities.
Haryana Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki, who was present in the programme, said that he was impressed by the blind girls reading the holy book and that everyone should read Gita for getting success in life.
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