Visually Impaired Girls Perform Garba On Ghume Aeno Garbo Written By PM Modi

Country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi on October 13 stated that he was "touched" to see how the visually challenged females from Ahmedabad's Andh Kanya Prakash Gruh performed the traditional dance of Gujarat "garba" on a special song written by him and its essence has been taken the dance to life.

In a tweet attaching a video recording of the act, PM Modi stated, “Touched to see this. The spirit of this garba has been brought to life by these daughters! Hope everyone's having a blessed Navratri.”

PM Modi had penned the song named "Ghume Aeno Garbo" in Gujarati in the year 2012 when he was Gujarat’s, Chief Minister.

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It is crooned by Aishwarya Majmudar and Ami Parikh.

The Prime Minister is acknowledged for his great writing talents. Modi is also acknowledged as a writer and a poet. He has penned a number of books and poetry. During the month of April, he had shared a verse named 'Ramata Ram Ram Akela' penned by him in Gujarati.

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The 10-line verse named Ramata Ram Akela was penned in Gujarati, the PM's maternal language. In the poem, Modi seems to express his understanding of life and how he had selected to live his own.

These girls have definitely made us happy as they are giving us a huge inspiration about accepting life the way it is instead of cribbing, complaining and crying over it. Girls like them are not blessed to see the beautiful world but their spirit is definitely applaud-worthy. We are sure thousands of people who are not blessed with vision will take an inspiration from them and live their life happily and make the world a happy place to live.

So folks, what do you have to say about this? Tell us in comments.

by Vijay Singh | Mon, Oct 15 - 02:48 PM

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