With the aim of keeping the special children of SHUBHDA connected with social environment, they celebrate Raksha Bandhan Festival with “Dainik Navjyoti”, “Dainik Bhaskar”, “My FM” and “Central Jail” on Friday  24 August 2018. These children have feel proud to tie Raksha Sutra to all members of above family. On this occassion they tied Raksha Sutra to Chief Editor of Navjyoti Mr. Deenbandu Chaudry and other members of Navjyoti family. By this program they had given message that do not make distance with special children but protect them and encourage them.

After that they reached at “Central Jail”. There they tied Raksha Sutra to Jailor Ajeet Singh and Shyojiram, Head Constable Narayan Lal Parik, all staff members and prisoners. Children took the pledge from prisoners to become good citizen in the future, stay away from various evils so that there will be peace in society. Also they tied Raksha Sutra to Commissioner of Ajmer Development Authority, Secretary Hemant Swaroop Mathur, Rajkumar Joya, Jitendra and Anandilal. In this program special children Hiral Acharya, Himanshi Dabi, Disha Ranawat, Rishabh Gupta, Rohit Gidwani, Rahul Sahu, Harshit Mehra had joined the program. From SHUBHDA’s family Mrs. Suprabha Kabiraj, Hitesh Jhanckal, Meenu Mathur, and Mahaveer Vaishnav had helped. 



A Cultural Program was organised at State Museum by Bharat Vikas Parishad for the celebration of Independence Day. Shubhda’s special children and other artist had given presentation. In this program Hiral Acharya, Hemanshi Panwar, Rohan Gehlot, Hemanshi Dhabi, Naitik Jain, Rohit Gidwani, Rishabh Gupta, Manoj Goyal etc had danced on Shiv Tandav and praised by audience. Also audience clapped to encourage the special children.

Aman Moolchandani had trained the children and danced with special children by played lead role of SHIV.

Bhavip’s secretary Mr. Piyush Gupta had told that in this program “Kala Ankur Sansthan” “Kala Ankur Rang Mandal, Neeraj Gupta of Sidmayi Academy Adarsh Nagar and councilor Suresh Goyal had attend the program.

Shubhda’s COO Mr. Apoorv Sen had thanked to “Bharat Vikas Parishad”.



Disabilities Act, Building Act and to aware about Disable people SHUBHDA had held a rally on “World Disable Day”. 

Education Minister Mr. Vasudev Devnani and Parshad Mr. Gyanchand Sarswat had given green signal to rally and it started from Santoshi Mata temple, Vaishali Nagar to VSPS College and after they reached at Dainik Bhaskar Office. Dainik Bhaskar team members had welcomed these special children by giving flowers and chocolates to them. After that rally had cross Anasagar link Road, Jawahar Rangmanch, India Motor Chauraha, Kutchery Road, Gandhi Bhwan and reached at Railway Station. They continue towards Ramganj, GCA, Agra gate, Mahavir Circle, Ramnagar, Mittal Hospital and reached at SHUBHDA at B.K Kaul Nagar.

Ending ceremony was done by President of Jat Mahasabha Rajasthan Mr. Subesingh Chaudhary. Below organisation, trust and schools were participated in rally.

  • The Westin Pushkar
  • CRPF Department
  • Inerwheel Club
  • Lion’s Club
  • Delhi Public World School
  • Maheshwari International School
  • Lawrence and Mayo Public School
  • Big Bazaar
  • Parbrahma Trust
  • Green Army



“Fun Fair Mastiya with Special Children of SHUBHDA”

On the second day of programme titled “Fun Fair Mastiyan” on 6th Dec 2017 held at Ajmer club,  Different schools like Lawrence and Mayo, Smarat School, Sanskruti The School, Orange Play School, Delhi Public World School, Maheshwari International School, Also R.R College of Nursing and Rituraj Engineering college  had enjoyed the programme and get knowledge about special children and organised games and present their skills.

 At ending ceremony of the programme “Fun Fair Masiyan” Inspector General Malini Agarwal, CRPF DIG Anil Dundiyal and his team, Mr. Somratan and Mrs. Sadhvi Utpama were presented there to encourage the special children. The Chairman of SHUBHDA Mr. Rahul Sen with Founder Mrs. Sadhana had observed all stalls at Fun Fair and also bought things of Art & Craft made by special children. Malini Agarwal had given speech and appreciate SHUBHDA for putting efforts to encourage special children and give them normal and better social life. SHUBHDA had honoured all his guests who had put stalls at “Fun Fair Mastiyan” programme by giving memento of SHUBHDA. Owner of SHUBHDA’S Mr. Apoorav Sen had thanked to all guests and public present at Fun Fair.



The “Fashion Festival” held at Ajmer, titled “Western Funky Look” Shubhda’s special children had wear different designer suits and show their abilities and walk on the ramp with professional models in front of all audience and become a center of attraction among all. Shubhda’s children had walk on ramp with fashion show’s Director Manoj Soni, Brand Ambassador Anand Rav and choreographer Kanu Parashar. 

Twin sisters cum models Riya and Rayna walk on ramp wearing their designer suits. Show’s topper Aoushesh and special child Hiral had draw attention of all. 




The special children of SHUBHDA’s NGO had taken the part in programme organised by Traffic department and Transportation department on the third day of “Road Safety Week”. These children reached at Gandhi Bhawan chauraha and distribute pamphlet and flowers to all motorized, and ask them to follow road safety rules. Special children Hiral Acharya, Ritura Singh, Harshit Mehra and Hemanshi Dabi had mention some rules as under to motorized in their own language.

  1. Don’t drive without wearing helmet and Safety belt.
  2. Don’t use mobile while driving.
  3. Don’t drink and drive
  4. Follow traffic rules
  5. Drive in speed limit

People were happy to see the efforts done by these children and praised them. Depute Superintendent  of Police (Traffic) Priti Chaudhry and Bachhraj Singh had welcomed and give full support to these special children.



On December 26 2015 (Saturday) Shubdha Special School, Ajmer, student went to City Square Mall and shopped smartly from Big Bazar and wore fancy cloth to convey the message of conservation of environment and played various games.

Big Bazaar and Shubdha organised this Smart Shopping to encourage students to learn the knowledge of money and to choose their utility thing , this practice comes under educational and behavioral training. Within which students were dressed up as trees , duck and fish which helped them in conveying the message of save environment. These students played various games eye coordination, ball throw and colour matching. CEO Mr Apoorva Sen thanked the team of Big Bazaar Mr Ankush Chopra , Mr Sumit Chaterjee and his team member for this initiative.



Special Children visit Dainik Bhaskar

& know about how newspaper published

Shubdha world works for mentally retarded children. It teaches them basic education and training so that they can come at par with the world and can live their lives on their own. Under this educational training these children are motivated to read newspaper. Dainik Bhaskar gave an opportunity to these students to visit their workplace. Here the students with a lot of curiosity asked various questions like how the newspaper is printed or how it is designed. The Dainik Bhaskar team gave all the answers to the curious students by explaining and showing them each part and each machinery of making a newspaper.




For special students, NGO Shubdha on the occasion of international disability day organized educational visit to Saras Dairy. This visit was specially organized for the vocational training students. These students learnt how milk and its various products like shrikhand, chach etc. are made, packed and delivered. These students were taken to various departments like packing, distribution, where they observe red how the machines works with a lot of curiosity. Shweta Vyas of Saras Dairy accompanied the students for the visit. Mr Gulab Bhatia played an important role in the visit. The management of Saras Dairy gave students Shrikhand, before this Shubdha special School organsed various sorts related competition in B.K.Kaul Nagar. In which football, colour matching etc games were played. Moreover fruits and sweets were distributed among the students.