Round Table India Children's Day Celebrations 2013
Taare Zameen Par
Round Table India organised painting competition for differently abled and physically challenged children tomorrow
Hyderabad, November 14.... Round Table India, an Indian arm of international organization spread all over the world organised Taare Zameen Par, a unique painting competition for differently abled and physically challenged children on the occasion of Children's Day on Thursday here in city at Moksh Banquest, Necklace Road.
Taare Zamen Par is an National Initiative of Round Table India where Painting and sketch competition is organised for the differently abled Children to help children unravel their hidden Skills. This competition was organised across the state in Hyderabad, Guntur, Vijayawada and Vizag simultaneously. Nearly 1500 children took part across the state. 600 children alone from Helen Keller School, Child Guidance Soceity and Vidhyanjali have participated in Hyderabad. Children were royally treated with their choicest dishes like Noodles, Machuria, Biryani and were also given Food Hampers, Give-Aways besides prizes.
TaareZameen Par, as the title suggests, is an event inspired from the famous movie, where in a child's passion is considered above his academic capabilities and his feelings are valued more than his marks in his exams. The child is understood first and then his weakness is worked upon... TaareZameen Par is annual activity that Round Table India undertakes where in children who are 'specially abled' take part in huge numbers informed Kishore Kumar, A Roud Tabler.
For the world, these kids are differently gifted. We feel they are definitely gifted, These kids dwell in a beautiful world of their own. Devoid of number crunching pressures.
No deadlines. Just the pleasure of enjoying the moment. No ghosts of the past as memories, No phantoms of the future as worries. The sheer joy of living for the moment,
Children of tablers participate as volunteers and put in their 100% for the event. More importantly, they leave much wiser.