A group of blind models trotted the ramp in what organizers said was the first fashion show of its kind in India staged to try to combat stereotypes of disabled people.
Dressed in glittering Indian attire, over 30 blind women strode down the ramp without assistance in a show on the outskirts of Ahmedabad.
'I cannot see how I am looking in the new clothes but I am having a good time,' said 23-year-old participant, Ekta.
The organisers informed that the fashion show, which had attracted around 200 people, was the first of its kind in India - a country where many of its 22 million disabled people face discrimination and are not awarded equal rights.
The young women - who applied their own make up and dressed themselves - were given a week-long training course on how to walk down the catwalk by choreographers.