Hoshangabad builds park for people with disabilities
August 4, 2016
Hoshangabad in Madhya Pradesh claims to have set up India's first park for people with physical disabilities.
The park is an attempt to make people with disabilities aware of things around them through touch, smell, sound, and vision.
Directions have been given in braille at important points and so are the descriptions of the plants here from all over the world.
A section to spread awareness about the modern equipment available for people with disabilities has also been created.
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