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Spirit of Diwali grips differently abled kids

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 25 � The festival of light means much more than just bursting of crackers for the differently abled children. They get totally involved by imbibing the true spirit of the festival and their love for the festival is evident in the Diwali market of candles and earthen lamps where a few thousands stand out because of their beauty.

Eye catching, these products are distinguishable from the rest as they reflect the labour and love that went in their making.

Children of Ashadeep, a society for the rehabilitation of the mentally challenged, and Shishu Sarothi, a centre for rehabilitation and training for multiple disability, have been sending their Diwali greetings to the people of the State every year through their colourful candles and earthen lamps.

The making of such candles and earthen lamps is not an easy job for these children. But nonetheless they have been participating every year with great enthusiasm in the process of making embellished earthen lamps and candles of various sizes and shapes.

The premises of Ashadeep, reverberated with the laughter of happy children on Tuesday.

These children celebrated Diwali by giving expression to all the colours in their heart in the rangoli they made as part of the festivities. The celebrations here also included bursting of crackers, cultural performance and sharing of sweets and other delicacies.

These children maintained their tradition of making decorative candles every Diwali and around 5,000 such beautiful pieces of candles from the Ashadeep children have been put on sale in the market.

Shishu Sarothi children this year made around 15,000 earthen lamps. The Diwali celebrations are going on here and the children have been enjoying the festivities. These children also poured their hearts out on the colourful rangoli they made on the occasion.

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Spirit of Diwali grips differently abled kids

GUWAHATI, Oct 25 � The festival of light means much more than just bursting of crackers for the differently abled children. They get totally involved by imbibing the true spirit of the festival and their love for the festival is evident in the Diwali market of candles and earthen lamps where a few thousands stand out because of their beauty.

Eye catching, these products are distinguishable from the rest as they reflect the labour and love that went in their making.

Children of Ashadeep, a society for the rehabilitation of the mentally challenged, and Shishu Sarothi, a centre for rehabilitation and training for multiple disability, have been sending their Diwali greetings to the people of the State every year through their colourful candles and earthen lamps.

The making of such candles and earthen lamps is not an easy job for these children. But nonetheless they have been participating every year with great enthusiasm in the process of making embellished earthen lamps and candles of various sizes and shapes.

The premises of Ashadeep, reverberated with the laughter of happy children on Tuesday.

These children celebrated Diwali by giving expression to all the colours in their heart in the rangoli they made as part of the festivities. The celebrations here also included bursting of crackers, cultural performance and sharing of sweets and other delicacies.

These children maintained their tradition of making decorative candles every Diwali and around 5,000 such beautiful pieces of candles from the Ashadeep children have been put on sale in the market.

Shishu Sarothi children this year made around 15,000 earthen lamps. The Diwali celebrations are going on here and the children have been enjoying the festivities. These children also poured their hearts out on the colourful rangoli they made on the occasion.