Dance Performance by Shri Ramana Maharshi School for Blind

Published on October 30, 2017 by Team India Inclusion Summit

Watch this visual bharatanatyam delight put on by the Ramana Maharshi school for blind. Bharatanatyam is a classical Indian dance form that is predominantly practised in south of India and has its origins dating 2000 years back. The dance form comprises of a spectacular array of hand gestures, eye movements and face muscles. This troupe of blind dancers from Shri Ramana Maharshi school for blind use this dance form to open India’s community led summit for people with disability you are sure to amaze you with their performance. About India Inclusion Summit India Inclusion Summit is a community driven initiative that brings together thought leaders from the field of inclusion to deliberate, discuss and take forward diverse talents available in our society. The Summit is an egalitarian platform attracting people from a range of fields. Along with you, we aspire to create the world’s largest platform that fosters diversity and inclusion in the society. And, we dream to inspire 10 million lives in our journey of inclusion by 2020 Follow IIS on Facebook:… web: Twitter: Background on Sri Ramana Maharshi School for blind (SRMAB)- SRMAB was founded in 1969 with the motto ‘Service to Humanity is service to God’ by Sri. T V Srinivasan, Late Sri. Thirumurthy and friends. While seeking spiritual enlightenment, they were inspired by the simplicity and thoughtfulness of the great guru Sri Ramana Maharishi and motivated to take social action. The Academy strives to breakdown the social barriers and provides opportunities for persons with disability to integrate into mainstream society as self-reliant members.

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