Deaf students display amazing dancing skills on stage
So what if they can't hear the sound of music or sing a song. When the students of the John Angoly Farina Hearing Impaired Children School in Odisha stepped on stage, they stunned the audience with their graceful moves.
The students danced to popular Hindi songs - Çhham Chham Chham, Nachun Aaj Chham Chham Chham and Prem Ratan Dhanpayo at an event tilted Fun-fair, organised by the school on Sunday.
In the audience were parents, teachers and students, who were left amazed by their dance moves. The dancers follow the commands of their dance teachers by watching lip movements or viewing the video on the laptop or a large screen.
The school, which was set up in 2007, has 36 deaf and speech impaired students studying from classes 1 to 9. The teachers try and make them independent and confident by encouraging their inner talents. Seven students have developed dancing skills despite physical disabilities.
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