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Barrier Free Tourism for People with Disabilities

Anjlee Agarwal, National Coordinator 
Sanjeev Sachdeva, Programme Coordinator 
SAMARTHYA - Yatra with a Difference

Ten per cent of the Indian population ie about 100 million persons are suffering from one of the other kind of disability. Education and employment is essential for their rehabilitation and leading a normal life. Recreational activities and entertainment receive the lowest attention in the agenda for People with Disabilities (PWD) rehabilitation. It is taken up as some kind of "fun" activity, a get-together, cultural programme or an outdoor visit.

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