Disabled children hail from India
They've attracted sell-out crowds
Playing to sell-out crowds on a world tour is pretty heady stuff — especially when you're just 8 years old and it's your first trip out of India.
Kajal, who plays the role of Lord Krishna, is in Toronto with a troupe of 10 other disabled performers, some in wheelchairs, to present Colours of Ability: Glimpses from the Epics — a 90-minute show depicting scenes from Hindu holy texts, including the Bhagavad-Gita, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Saurav, 22, who lost both arms at the shoulder while playing near electrical wires at age 2, will perform a sword play using his feet.