Narayan Seva Santhan’s Divyang Talent & Fashion Show wins hearts in Hyderabad city
Narayan Seva Sansthan is a prominent NGO in India that works towards empowering people with disabilities. They held their 16th Divyang Talent and Fashion Show at Hyderabad on Saturday. Over 40 people with disabilities took part in the event which was a grand success.
The 16th Divyang Talent and Fashion Show organised by Narayan Seva Sansthan at Hyderabad was quite a sight to behold. Over 40 disabled people from across the city came togethe. They showcased their talents in an extraordinary event. The show was held on Saturday and was attended by many prominent people and a large audience.
Rajya Sabha member TG Venkatesh was the chief guest at the event that was held at Ravi Narayan Reddy stadium in the city. The day was filled with music, dance and other performances. All the participants shared their ideas and emotions about equality, accessibility and rights.
This platform is addressing physical stereotype by changing perspectives for talent that is different and able to do much more than their potential. It offers more hope to people who have given up in their own journey of being differently abled. These heroes are truly an inspiration for every community and have enhanced their chances of them being more acceptable in all walks of life. Narayan Seva Sansthan has changed the perception of the common man today and one must appreciate their efforts for offering a vibrant platform like this for such individuals- TG Venkatesh, Rajya Sabha member.
Opening doors of opportunities to talents
Among the participants were Jagdish Patel, Yogesh Prajapati, Ahmed Raza and Bajrang Nehra who put up a stellar performance.
Bajrang Nehra says, “the journey so far has been great. Equality in all walks of life through an effort and a platform so large to showcase our talent not only allows us to be accepted in the society but has offers us a way to change the social fabric through our potential. Narayan Seva Sansthan is definitely ray of hope for individuals like us who have now been truly accepted and treated equally like the rest.”
Some other participants who learnt stitching showcased their designs with full confidence on the ramp. Definitely that was not an easy task for them. But their determination, confidence and hard-work was clearly shown.
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