Divyang Children, Youth From States Of Western Region Perform At 'Divya Kala Shakti'
Mumbai, April 28 (TNA) More than 150 children and youth, with different disabilities, from the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh, Daman & Diu performed at the 'Divya Kala Shakti' Programme at Nehru Centre, Mumbai on Wednesday. Governor of Maharashtra, Bhagat Singh Koshyari inaugurated the event.
The programme was packed with several performances and state-specific dances that made the evening vibrant. Programmes included puppetry, dance, music, folk dance, yoga demonstration, wheel chair performances. “PM Narendra Modi rightly said they have a 'Divya Shakti' within them to which I bow down to. I feel happy to see them showing their talents and skills despite their disabilities," said the Governor.
He also encouraged the differently abled to find their inner talent and expel in it. He mentioned about the contribution of our para atheletes during the Olympics and said how they can positively contribute to the society. The Governor also thanked the teachers, trainers and NGOs who have been working round the clock to train the Divyang youth. He thanked them for helping the differently abled in identifying their talents. He also thanked the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment for their efforts in organising the event.