The unique play Khushi Ek Ehsaas was presented by 50 visually impaired children of the JPM School. It is a government-aided residential school for visually impaired children and is managed by the Blind Relief Association. They might not have the vision of the eyes to see this beautiful world like us, but there is no dearth of artistic vision and expression in these children! Kids prove that disability is only a state of mind.
The idea behind the production was to sensitise the society and to show case the potential of our children. The story is narrated by a cat and is explained in the form of a journey which teaches Khushi and her friends about life’s experiences, twists and turns. The production had been mounted with the help of many renowned musicians, choreographers, costume designers, painters, writers and photographers who have voluntarily worked towards creating a scintillating production.
The production was the brainchild and vision of Ms Radhika Bharat Ram, Joint Secretary, Blind Relief Association and Vice- Chairperson- The Shri Ram Schools, who desired to add a new experience to the lives of the children of the Blind School. She has worked religiously to make the production a success.
The play can be termed as an artistic marvel and our students of Form III to VII were glued to their seats while watching its execution. The ideation, conceptualization and superb acting were carried with tremendous expertise. This rich learning experience will help our children in pushing their boundaries and will enhance their level of confidence.
The Shri Ram School's, Vasant Vihar campus promotes diverse education in a safe, supportive environment that promotes sound values, self-discipline, motivation and excellence in learning.
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At The Shri Ram School's, Moulsari campus, the growing adolescents are encouraged to explore their abilities and talents and stretch their horizons.
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At the Shri Ram School's Aravali campus you walk into the bright, airy, cheerful classrooms of the junior and the senior wings, greeted by art and craft work of the children and teachers.
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