MUMBAI, (GNI): Prashant Agrawal, President, NSS, and Om Pal Silan, Spokesperson, Narayan Seva Sansthan with group members addressing media persons at the Press conference at press club in Mumbai – photo by Sumant Gajinkar
MUMBAI, (GNI):With the vision to liberate the society of Specially Abled Individuals across the world, Narayan SevaSansthan – a charitable organization that runs charitable hospitals in the country for Specially-abled people, in particular polio and by birth disabled, is set to organizeIndia’s most prominent ‘Divyang Talent & Fashion Show’ on 6th January 2019 at the JVPD Ground, in Mumbai.
The programme will have different groups of performers who will be performing on wheelchair, crutches and calipers and with artificial limbs. With the Government’s vision towards Accessible India campaign, Narayan SevaSansthan aims to empower persons with disabilities by ensuring their inclusiveness and equality in the world. The NGO is also providing training to the differently abled for Tailoring, Mobile Repairing, Computer and Hardware coaching skills.
Speaking to media persons at the press conference, Mr. Om Pal Silan, Spokesperson, Narayan Seva Sansthan said,“We have been organizing such shows from past few years. These talented individuals had performed earlier in New Delhi, Udaipur, Surat, Jaipur and Morbi. The journey of these Divyang performers had not been easy but with the blessing and continuous support of Mr. Prashant Agrawal, President, NSS, these especially abled individuals has been putting up their maximum efforts in organizing this Talent Show.”
Narayan Seva Sansthan(NSS) is a charitable organization that runs a Smart Village for Differently Able and a hospital in the lake city – Udaipur. It aims to bring Specially-abled people into mainstream by enabling them physically, mentally, socially and economically. Narayan Seva Sansthan has a skill center inside its campus where training on tailoring work is provided. These trained handicapped individuals have designed the best of the apparels to showcase on the ramp by specially abled models. Ends