With the stage set for an inclusive arts festival, they turned adversity into opportunity, demonstrating the true spirit of a state school arts festival. Aside from the high grades they secured, they have proven that nothing is impossible for a determined student.
Adithyan Sunil, a high school student from Kannur who got an A in Hindi pronunciation, was one of them facing paraplegia. A boy from the remote village of Naduvil panchayat has achieved his dream triumph with the constant support of his parents, his teachers.
“I can’t imagine the boy’s struggle to attend regular classes and other daily activities. He made us proud with his daring fight to overcome obstacles. Our village is a celebration.” mood,” says local resident Nikhil Jose.
A native of Thiruvananthapuram, SS Avani, who received an A grade in classical music, stepped into the arena with confidence as a cancer survivor. The girl, who bore the brunt of multiple rounds of chemotherapy after giving a great performance in a variety of items at the last festival, is back on stage in high spirits in 2023. With her parents, D. Sivapraad, Her DK Sajitha was always on the sidelines supporting us.
Sunu Sab, a Plus Two student at Pattanamtitta, came to Kozhikode to participate in a daring classical dance event for type 2 diabetes. conquered the Similarly, the best performers in mimicry were his two visually impaired high school students, his V. Abhishek from Kasaragod and Naja from Malappuram.
“More than 20 participants attended the festival with serious difficulties, including those who were blind. They could have easily withdrawn with personal justification, but they Performing like everyone else, role models emerged.
The festival’s coordinator said the venue is well prepared so that such students can be comfortable and have good performances. Even special guests and artists who got over were around.