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Rashmi Rekha Sahu

Rashmi Rekha Sahu

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Odissi Choreographer Instructor

Born on 30th April 1983, Miss Rashmi Rekha Sahu is a mentally challenged child, suffering from Trisomy Syndrome by birth with a moderate level of Intellectual Disabilities. She found her inner self, confidence, and emotional touch because of dance. When she was just 4 years old her parents obser... See More

Bhubaneswar
Odisha

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Born on 30th April 1983, Miss Rashmi Rekha Sahu is a mentally challenged child, suffering from Trisomy Syndrome by birth with a moderate level of Intellectual Disabilities. She found her inner self, confidence, and emotional touch because of dance. When she was just 4 years old her parents observed that she tap her feet every time music reached her ears, even though she understood no words of it. Her parents decided to put her in a Classical Dance School (ODISSI) under the guidance of a prominent classical dance teacher, the Late Sri Guru Kashinath Raul. She becomes a wonderful artist. She won (National level) in the National Festival of Dance and Music, conducted by the National Institute of Mentally Handicaps (NIMH), Secunderabad in the year 1999, State Award-2012, National Award For The Empowerment Of Persons With Disability, 2011, National Festival of Dance and Music-1999, Winner of JHOOM India-2017 (A State Level Talent Reality Show), She also passed Sangeet Visharad Pratham Khand (IV- Year), conducted by Pracheen Kala Kendra, Chandigarh in Classical Odissi dance. Presently, she is also a member of the self-advocacy team in Odisha, a unit of SASI (SELF ADVOCACY SOCIETY OF INDIA). She is involved as a volunteer in the Sashakt Campaign, a movement for awareness of the disability Act, 2016, initiated by Swabhiman, Bhubaneswar. This remarkable journey, achievements, and maximizing potential of Rashmi, have made our lives richer in ways we never thought of. We are very proud of her progress and achievements. It is all about our attitude and approach towards our child that makes the child acceptable to society.

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