Monday, 23 May 2011

Dialogue In the Dark

Have you ever thought of how the blind people live their life?How they use their senses like touch, smell, listen or taste for everything. Is it easy for them? If you want an answer of all these questions and want to experience the darkness than Dialogue In the Dark is the place. They have their exhibitions worldwide and i'll say its really a must go place if you really want to experience it. 
On the weekend , we have been roaming in the In-orbit mall with friends and had nothing to do(were almost done with shopping and food) and found an advertisement for the Dialogue In the Dark and thought of joining Dialogue In the Dark for a adventurous experience. We had no idea about what it is going to be inside and the experience was awesome.In the exhibition, guides lead us through a completely dark environment where one learns to interact by relying on other senses. The guide was very soft spoken and a quick learner(learned the same of complete group in one shot) and we came to know in the end that she is blind. I have been thinking that she must be a person, who had seen all the inner location of the place in the light and would have remembered it and explaining us now but she was just awesome in explaining and making us feel everything.
She made us use our senses to enjoy everything inside. They have different type of areas created for different sense - touch, smell, hear and taste. The workshop basically gives a rest to your eyes and use the other senses. However i could not close my eyes and even trying to find out something in the complete dark. There was a hope that there might be some light and i might see something what all is their inside... hehehe..
Jokes apart, it had been a very good experience and thinking to join the workshop again in future.


How was your weekend? Do share me in comments.

With Love 
Swati

9 comments:

Vivek Nanda said...

Only today I heard about it from someone and now I'm seeing a blog post. Looks like it's worth going...

Divina Joy said...

What a nice experience. It helps us to understand the blind and respect them.

My weekend was wonderful!

Linhy said...

Exciting!

Pop Champagne said...

hmm, very interesting I think!

Kiran Bajaj Sawhney said...
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Kiran Bajaj Sawhney said...

am following you.

Swati said...

@Vivek do visit it. It really worth to visit.
But do visit in group . Its gonna fun.

Leia said...

Wow, it looks really interesting, I would love to check it out some day.

Leia

Shruti said...

It gives u immense pleasure to attend these workshops. We get so engaged in our lives that we forget how much these things matter. I'll surely give it a try.

Thanks for leaving such sweet comment on my blog. You have a lovely blog running here. will visit often :)

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