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A commendable achievement by Baba Amte at Anandvan is the establishment of special schools for deaf, dumb, and blind children. These kids are indeed special. They have learnt to accept their disabilities, but do not let that fact hinder their creativity and capability. They are happy and content in their little world at Anandvan. They do not get to see many outsiders and so an outsider visit such as ours is greeted with big smiles and a warm heart. It’s really a touching scene.
Here is one creative guy. His real talent at sketching is featured below. He had a book full of sketches – KR Narayanan, Swami Vivekananda, Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Lokamanya Tilak, Subash Chandra Bose, Gauthama Buddha et al. Fascinating!
A sketch of India’s President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. If only Dr. Kalam could have a look…
And not to be left behind, our shirtless hero Salman Khan.
They taught us the basics of Braille and made it sound so simple! English and Mathematics – these kids quickly do it in Braille.
And to think we complain about our textbooks.
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