Patients and photographers raise funds for exhibition to aid persons with Multiple Sclerosis

BENGALURU:On the world awareness month of Multiple Sclerosis, a Bengaluru-based photography group called ‘Thank God It’s Saturday‘ (TGiS), will be showcasing photographs as part of their sixth annual photography exhibition.

BENGALURU:On the world awareness month of Multiple Sclerosis, a Bengaluru-based photography group called ‘Thank God It’s Saturday‘ (TGiS), will be showcasing photographs as part of their sixth annual photography exhibition. The group is supported by internationally acclaimed photographer Anand Sharan, and the exhibition titled, ‘ JagaChitra’, will be showcasing more than 90 photographs that have been taken from across the world.

The exhibition has been tied up with Multiple Sclerosis Society of India (MSSI) that is dedicated to helping people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The proceeds from the exhibition will go to this society and the money will be used for the help of these patients who are suffering from MS. Along with this, a wall at the exhibition will be dedicated to photographs that are taken by some of the people who are diagnosed and are fighting with MS.

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