Governor interacts with visually challenged children of Aarushi

Bhopal: Governor Shri Mangubhai Patel today released the annual calendar of Aarushi, an organization for the rehabilitation of Divyang children. Shri Patel interacted warmly with the visually challanged Divyang children in the programme organised in the Golden Jubilee Auditorium of Raj Bhavan.

Governor Shri Patel said that if Divyang children have any physical deficiency, then God has definitely given them divine strength. The need is to build your strength and move ahead in life. He expressed the need to raise public awareness for this. He said the calendar is a meaningful initiative in this direction.

Governor Shri Patel inspired the Divyang children by giving the example of Jagadguru of Chitrakoot, the visually challenged Divyang Shri Rambhadracharya. He said that Jagadguru Shri Rambhadracharya, despite being visually challenged, knows 22 languages. His desire to acquire knowledge, zeal and enthusiasm towards life is inspiring for all of us.

Governor hails Onesh’s poem

Governor Shri Patel appreciated the poem “Mai Dekh Nahi Sakta Par Mahsoos Kar Sakta Hoon…” (I can’t see but I can feel…) recited by Divyang Onesh. Divyang Sneha narrated her experiences related to the organisation to the Governor. Shri Patel appreciated the rehabilitation efforts of Aarushi Sanstha for Divyang children. He also posed for a group photo with the staff of the organisation and all the children.

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