October 27, 2017
Differently-abled, others to get a taste of rappelling, slacklining and more adventures
“Most people think that people who are blind or have any form of disability cannot take up adventure activities and here’s where we want to prove them wrong. Why not, we ask? And yes we can, is what we want to prove. It’s a myth that people with disabilities cannot do the same activity, at the same level or standard as an able-bodied person. We want to compete at the same level because we can. The technique is the same, it just needs some training, that’s all,” said Divyanshu Ganatra, founder of ABBF, who holds the distinction of being the first blind Indian to fly solo as a para-glider."
Read more on The Indian Express.