Visually Impaired Indian Students Perform Beautiful Synchronized Dance

Visually Impaired Indian Students Perform Beautiful Synchronized Dance

These dance students, who are blind, can't see the audience or each other when they're performing. 

But that doesn't stop them from being perfectly in sync...

...and effortlessly balancing candles on their heads and hands while dancing.

Their dancing is mesmerizing

They learned how to dance at Shree Ramana Maharishi Academy for the Blind in Bengaluru, India. 

The school started teaching braille to students with blindness in 1969, according to the Better India.

Dance and music lessons were incorporated as an extracurricular in 1973. 

"We always motivated the disabled, and encouraged, trained them in various fields like agro-based farming, poultry, vocational training, yoga, dance, table and more," the school's co-founder T.V. Srinivasan told the Better India

Not only do the students dance well together — they dance way better than most people with 20/20 vision.

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Jessica Eggert

Jessica is a staff writer at Mic, covering breaking news. She is based in New York and can be reached at jessica@mic.com.

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