Pune: The Tribe Student Accommodation made the joyful season of Diwali special for 70 differently abled (hearing impaired) children from the ‘Ayodhya Charitable Trust’. With the theme ‘Diwali with a cause’ for this year’s celebration, the Tribe invited the special students to spend an afternoon at the hostel where they had lunch with the residents and the Tribe student team.
The children had a wonderful time playing various games, drawing on papers what the festival of Diwali means to them and watching cartoons at Tribe café- Mamaliga, where Tribe residents volunteered to serve food to them, while teaching them games.
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