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Testimonials & Suggestions

We at samanvai believe that our well-wishers, donors and volunteers are our strength. In order for us to maximize our support and services for the betterment of the disabled population, we want to know how best we can improve our efforts. We strongly welcome anyone and everyone to write what they feel about Samanvai’s work. Rest assured that any personal information provided in the feedback will be protected as outlined in our privacy policy. You can submit your valuable suggestions/comments by filling  testimonial template form online.  You can use pre designed word or PDF templates to submit your testimonial electronically or through postal mail. Please note, we don’t have any intensions to restrict your feelings and opinions. These pre designed forms are only for your convenience. You are welcome to write on your own in spite of these sources. Please send all completed testimonials to

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Swaminathan Mani’s Eye Opening Experience watching Blind Cricket Match

“While I had heard and read about visually challenged playing cricket, I got an opportunity to watch such a cricket match sponsored by Samanvai Society. It was really an eye opener for me to see the very enthusiastic players compete in the true spirit of the game. It also showed the triumph of the players to overcome the challenges and enjoy life to the fullest. It was really fun to watch and follow Mahender’s ball to ball commentary. My thanks to Samanvai society for taking up this initiative to organize the cricket match for the visually challenged and making it a grand success. May this become a regular feature with more participation in the years to come. As a nation, we have a long way to go for inclusive participation and providing equal opportunity for differently abled in all human endeavors. Every small step in that direction is worthy of encouragement and support.”

Comment from Priyashri Mani

"Watching the cricket match was a wonderful experience. I was of course moved by the spirit of the people playing the game, but was more fascinated by the way the experience challenged my own understanding of the way we ‘see’, feel and understand the world around us. Our worlds can be perceived in so many different ways. Perhaps we need many more voices that are loud and clear, from these different worlds, to understand each other. "

Dr. Reddy’s Foundation’s managing trustee, Anuradha Gunupati’s experience with Samanvai!

"Samanvai has gone far beyond my expectations for just its first year. This is a very noble cause and I am happy to see the help and support it has provided to the many disabled boys and girls. I am happy to provide with the initial assistance that they would have required to establish and to work towards making our society an inclusive one. I wish Samanvai with its enthusiastic team; success in all its endeavors.”

Comment from Vidyaranya faculty member K.Veena Rani,

“When I visited the Samanvai state level final Cricket match, it was amazing to see visually challenged youth playing with zeal and high spirits. I always thought that normal people support these people. But it is the other way round. I felt "where there is a will, there is a way." It was a learning experience for me. This program should be sent across all over so that every individual gets to learn about life. I am always there for Samanvai!”

Testimonial from Jaywant Naidu, Chartered accountant and Hawaiian Guitarist

“As I entered Sarojini Cricket Academy to watch the 'Samanvai Cricket for Blind', my eyes were opened to a new world of sport, dependent on the sounds of the cricket ball. The sounds of the cricket ball made every youth run with energy like the sounds of music which energize everyone. All the best to Samanvai.”