July 15, 2019
Narayan Seva Sansthan, a non- profit organization organized the ‘International Award Ceremony 2019’ to felicitate the contribution of the donors who have supported Narayan Seva Sansthan in its motivational journey of serving the ‘differently able’ individuals. The award ceremony was a gala event with renowned Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff, television star Dilip Joshi and motivation speaker Jaya Kishori, Prachi Devi, Dr Sanjay Krishan Salil along with North Delhi Deputy Commissioner Ira Singhal in presence of the president of the NGO Prashant Agarwal.
About the event:
The talent show started with the mesmerizing dance performance by differently-abled students followed by a welcome dance by Diya Shrimali who was born with underdeveloped hands. The event became more excited when audience witnessed back to back rocking performances followed by wheeler chair round, fusion dance performance, artificial limb round and lavni dance. The performers were seen full of confidence while walking the ramps and even performing stunts on the stage.
Prashant Agarwal, President of Narayan Seva Sansthan said, “We are extremely happy to see these talents on the stage and inspiring everyone around to see the joys in life. We try our best to give these kids the best of opportunities and exposure in life. After 30 mass marriage programs and 10th edition of Divyang Talent show, we are planning to loop in more talent and build bigger platform to facilitate performances across India.”
While awarding the talented Divyang’s, Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff said, “The performances were impressive. These kids have performed wonderfully well without wallowing in pity for themselves despite their physical constraints. They have displayed character, performing effortlessly overcoming hurdles. How can one not be inspired by these Divya heroes? They truly are stars.”
The awards were conferred in various categories like Rashtriya Seva Manishi Award, Rashtriya Seva Dadhichi Award, Rashtriya Seva Bhushan Award, Rashtriya Seva Shree Award and Rashtriya Seva Gaurav Award.
Hundreds of donors from all across the globe, who have supported in transforming the lives of ‘differently-abled’ patients, were also awarded.