The models in the calendar, titled 'I'm special', from across India battle a form of neurological disorder in their lives and come from various fields including sports, music, dance, education, wildlife, motivational speaking among others and.
'I'm Special' is the brain child of communication specialist-turned-model J Swarnalatha. She also featured in one of the months in the special initiative. She compiled the photographs sent to her by those featured in the calendar.
The, 37-year-old, affected with primary progressive multiple sclerosis, features in the calendar in the month of March, beaming in a red dress holding colourful candles.
Also featuring in it, motorbike enthusiast, Lalith Kumar Natarajan, 37, quipped: "I felt happy to see my picture. I look handsome".
Funds raised from their maiden calendar project last year helped the organisation design a disabled-friendly van with a built-in toilet that cost 16 lakh rupees. This vehicle serves the 80,000 people with disabilities in Coimbatore at a nominal cost. For the poor it's free.
This year they are hoping to make Coimbatore's civic schools accessible to the disabled.
Priced at Rs 300, already 2500 pieces have already been sold till today.