By VT Bengaluru

“Their fingers have eyes…Their ears have vision
Their hearts of courage…Their lives are full of zeal.
They are deprived of vision.
Yet their vision is fair and realistic. Lets encourage them !”

On the eve of World Braille Day, Bengaluru VT has organised a Charity programme, “Nada Jyothi” a Jugalbandi Musical Concert by Sriman Dr. Kadri Gopalnath on Saxophone and Sriman Pravin Godkhinde on Flute. They were accompanied by Sriman “Shivu” Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma on Mrudangam, Sriman Rajendra Nakod on Tabla and Sriman Amrit on Khanjira. The programme was organised in Shalini grounds Jayanagar Bangalore from 6 pm to 9 pm. The programme started with the Blessings of HH Sri Tridandi Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji’s message on Video followed by a presentation on School and College for the Blind supported by VT. Last year VT conducted a similar programme and supported the school of Ramana Maharshi for the Visually Challenged of Bengaluru.

The programme was attended by the following dignitaries:
Sriman Gopichand Katragadda, General Manager – India Engineering Operations for GE Energy Infrastructure
Sriman C. N Manjunath, Director, Sri Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular sciences and Research
Sriman B. N Vijay Kumar, MLA, Jayanagar Assembly Constituency
Sriman Chennagiri, General secretary BJP
Sriman Krishna, representative from Netra Vidyalaya
Dr. Smt. Shubha, Psychotherapist, Wockhardt Hospital

Dr. Shubha anchored and coordinated the event. She introduced VT and its activities to the audience and gave a wonderful introduction about all the artists and the purpose of the programme.

The event was well organised, and the exceptional performance of the generous artists and their advice to the listeners to take part in supporting the social causes like “Educating Blind Children” was the highlight.

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