Visually challenged steal the show

Students of National Federation of Blind enacting a play ‘Kaanada Kadalige’ at Rangayana in Mysore on Tuesday. dh photo

He was speaking at the inauguration of the staging of a play ‘Kaanada Kadalige’ enacted later by the students of National Federation of Blind, Mysore unit, at Rangayana.

Krishne Gowda said with the advent of braille, the visually challenged have found a way that helps them read and write like normal people.  The play holds mirror to the talent in them and it’s time we have to create a favourable environment for their growth.

Former director, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH), Dr Na Rathna, himself a theatre activist denounced calling visually challenged as ‘blind’. The play written by ‘Rashtrakavi’ G S Shivarudrappa is adapted into the stage by G Chandraprabha, director of the play.

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