Trinayani

Sensitization Workshops

We conduct workshops for corporates, educational institutes & stakeholders to sensitize & spread awareness

Sparsh Foot Spa

is our employability initiative run by visually impaired massage therapists. To hire their services. Click here.

Pehli Baarish

is our Inclusive Music Band comprising musicians with and without disability. To host our performance. Click here.

Inclusive Events

are organised for our friends with and without disabilities with the motive of "being seen", dissolving barriers and having conversations.


I MAY HAVE A DISABILITY BUT....(Blog)


Get to know the personal stories of our friends with different disabilities and how they have touched other lives through our blog. READ ON....


A Poem to Celebrate Diversities

"I am Special so are you" originally written in English by our friend Vanessa Ohri has been translated into Hindi and Bengali too. Please read and share.


  • Pehli Baarish We Are The First Rain of Music and Love

A BLOG BY DYUTI BASU Our Inclusive Music Band “Pehli Baarish”, which was launched on the 7th of August, 2014, along with our disabled and non-disabled music maker friends, is our way of sharing the gift of music with audiences in an hour of refreshing entertainment. The band performs different genres of music, as per the […]

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  • Yeh Hai Duniya Meri Jaan

  Trinayani celebrated WORLD DISABILITY DAY 2014 through the production of an Inclusive Musical Extravaganza, Yeh Hai Duniya Meri Jaan in Kolkata. Supported by: Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited.   We thank our friends, well-wishers, volunteers and all who supported us in making this production possible.  Our heartfelt gratitude to Victor Banerjee, Varsha Sheth, Ashok Singh, […]

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  • Breaking Down Barriers

Our workshops for L’OREAL Offices across India A blog by Dyuti Basu Ritika conducting a workshop for L’Oreal at their office in Bangalore   L’Oreal, like many other corporates, has taken up the endeavour to include all diversities, whether it is gender, ethnicity or disability, and to provide equal opportunities to all. To take positive steps […]

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