Ramgarh (Haryana), Mar 5 (ANI): Visually challenged artistes have shown their hidden talent and fortitude by giving a striking dance performance in Haryana.
The event was organised at the fort Ramgarh, a heritage hotel in Panchkula district.
These artistes from Bangalore have showcased their scintillating performance in many foreign countries including Malaysia and European countries.
Amitabh Chandel, organiser of the event said that the performance motivated them to work harder to achieve in life.
"This kind of performance from visually impaired people is a kind of motivation for all of us. It gives us a target to go a long way and work really hard, so that we can achieve all these things," Amitabh.
One of the visually challenged performers said that it was an unusual performance, rarely seen by the people.
"The dance what we are doing is a visual art which has been learned and practiced by visually impaired persons. This is an unusual and will have never seen before. This has been taught and trained in a professional level for today's performance," said Buse Gowda, visually challenged artiste.
Bharatnatyam, a classical Indian dance form, is believed to have emerged as far back as 4000 B.C. It was basically a temple dance. It tells a tale through rhythmic movements of the body and facial expressions. By Sunil Sharma (ANI)