Narayan Seva Sansthan, a non-proﬁt organisation (NGO), has also started a Divyang Sports Academy. It empowers the diﬀerently abled, deaf and dumb, and visually impaired people through the medium of sports. The NGO aims to bring zeal, fun, and positive mental health for the underprivileged and diﬀerently abled through this academy.
Wheelchair Cricket Tournaments, Blind Cricket Tournaments, Para Swimming, and Para Tennis are some of the activities executed at the Divyang Sports Academy. The diﬀerently able players are trained in all types of sports by experienced coaches, inculcating their talents and skills in sports and athletics. The organisation aims to provide the talented diﬀerently abled individuals with international-level facilities in Udaipur to cultivate their talent and conﬁdence as an outdoor sports athlete. A National Para-Swimming Sports Complex is also proposed for this purpose, to be constructed by the institute.
Parasports brings in positive mental health for the diﬀerently-abled.
They bring in motivation to carry on with their lives.
Para Sports is a powerful vehicle for social inclusion, gender equality, and youth empowerment.
Narayan Seva Sansthan believes para-sport is essential for people with disabilities as a way to stay ﬁt.
Divyang Sports Academy aims at promoting the Paralympic sports at the world level.
Indian para swimmer Niranjan Mukundam is 27 years old and hails from Bangalore, Karnataka. He has clubfoot and spina-bifida problems since childhood. He has had 30 surgeries so far. Doctors advised him to learn swimming and do leg stretching exercises.
10-year-old Abdul Qadeer is a resident of Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh and studies in class 5. He had a very serious accident a few years back. When he regained consciousness, he saw that both his hands were lost in that accident, but thank God that his life was saved.