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Indore: Daan Utsav Loving the special children of god and be loved


Indore: Taking their drive ahead, group of volunteers working for ‘Daan Utsav’ visited a school for blind and deaf and dumb children at Loha Mandi to spend some quality time and share the joy of festivity with them. In their effort to make them smile, they also received important lessons of life and boost to live their life with fervour. During the couple of hours they spent with the differently abled kids, they felt a range of emotions– from sympathy to inspiration.

What They Say

It was the best day of my life as I could meet some special children. They are very creative; they see the world from their heart. I cannot describe my feeling of having met them. They shared their joy with us. We are grateful
– Rishab Sharma

This has been our best drive. I can say that because we learned something that would stay with us all our life. These children are an inspiration for anyone who has ever failed. We quit on people so easily in life, whereas they truly know how to live life and work without quitting ever
– Shivam Srivastava

Blind and deaf children are the special children of god. We are happy to spend some time with them and donate some of our stuffs, which would help them a lot. It is amazing how accepting and loving they are. We really should learn from them
– Maulin Barot

Kindness is the language, which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. I learned the best lesson of my life from them. I understood that lack of sight is not lack of vision, but having sight and no vision is failure
– Tarun Kadwal