Decoratives made by street children on sale in Gujarat ahead of Diwali

Rajkot, Oct 16 (ANI): A variety of decorative knick knacks made by street children have been put on sale by a trust in Gujarat ahead of Diwali, to use the money thus collected to brighten up their lives. A trust called 'Pujit Rupani Trust' in Rajkot city of Gujarat has organised an exhibition of the decorative items made by children from poor families. More than 300 street children's items are on display at this exhibition. According to the trustee, Anjali Rupani, the aim of this exhibition is to collect money by selling these items to make the festival cheerful for the otherwise deprived children.The children worked with great enthusiasm to find a platform for their art and for a promotion of this kind. A variety of artistic earthern lamps, photo frames, earthern toys and other beautiful items of various designs and colours which are generally used on the occasion of Diwali are on display. Eager visitors went on a buying spree as the cause gave them immense joy. Oct 16, 2014

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