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Inclusive Cricket Part Of Sports Festival

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Inclusive Cricket Part Of Sports Festival

Physical Literacy Days celebrated Sports Festival week. Many participants turned up in large numbers and participated in different sports at physical literacy days stage, on the occasion of Sports festival. Dr. Reddy Foundation came up with the concept of ‘Inclusive Cricket’, where people played blind folded cricket. Vijaya Thuprani Zumba fitness instructor took Physical Literacy days activities to another level. Dr. Mani Pavitra gave tips to people with her yoga and Deepak Mourya entertained the crowd with Bollywood dance.

Other events included Fitness Challenge by GRYCS, Skating by D- Chameleon, Cycling by Kondapur Health Club, Boxing by Bcube Boxing, Kids games by Kids Arena, Street Games by Pampered Kids and Revise walk with Anjali. Physical Literacy days team also celebrated Onam with lot of enthusiasm and fervor.

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