About Miracle on Wheels
Miracle on Wheels emerges as a radiant beacon – India’s First inclusive dance theatre education organization, helmed by the dynamic visionaries Syed Sallauddin Pasha and Mahiraa Jaan Pasha. Their unwavering commitment reverberates in their tireless pursuit to illuminate the boundless potential of differently abled individuals. Through the transformative power of dance theatre and skill education, they craft a narrative of dignity, equality, and empowerment.
Their pioneering endeavors have sculpted a tapestry of socio-cultural equity and artistic brilliance, fostering a realm of possibility for the differently abled. Globally celebrated for their iconic wheelchair dance spectacles, Miracle on Wheels has unfurled its wings across lands like India, Canada, Italy, France, Malaysia, South Africa, Kuwait, Muscat, and the UAE.
Adorned with the laurels of National Awards, Guinness World Records, Limca Book of Records and International Recognitions for their professional Wheelchair Dance performances have graced the stages of the nation’s most illustrious reality shows, including the poignant platform of Satyamev Jayate with Aamir Khan, Dance India Dance, and the resplendent India’s Got Talent.
Syed Sallauddin Pasha
Founder & Artistic Director
Syed Sallauddin Pasha is a distinguished figure renowned for his innovation, direction, and choreography of over 100 therapeutic dance theatre productions aimed at empowering Persons With Disabilities (PWDs). Recognized with a National Award by the President of India for four decades of his work champions dignity and equality for PWDs in the realm of art and culture. He has also played pivotal roles in cultural and disability committees under the Government of Karnataka and Government of India
Mahiraa Jaan Pasha
Founder & Admin Head
Known as the MA “Mother” to differently abled children, she is a dedicated Social Worker, Educationalist and Administrator who has devoted over a decade to discovering, nurturing, rehabilitating, and showcasing the remarkable abilities of individuals with special needs throughout the nation.
Syed Ashiq Pasha
Dancer & Choreographer
Syed Ashiq Pasha, world’s first professional wheelchair-bound Bharatanatyam dancer and instructor at the prestigious “Miracle on Wheels,” he specializes in teaching and performing a multitude of dance forms through innovative wheelchair techniques. Being the senior-most disciple of Guru Syed Sallauddin Pasha, his artistic prowess has graced stages across the globe, garnering international recognition and acclaim for his exceptional and inspiring performances.
The wheel’s whirlwind is a dance of its own, a symphony of velocity that clinched the coveted Guinness World Record for spins. At a breathtaking speed of 120 kilometers per hour, the wheelchair becomes a comet streaking across the canvas of possibility. These spellbinding performances have ignited a blaze of recognition, both at home and across the world’s stages.
Seated upon their wheelchairs, these dancers reframe challenges as choreography, embracing adversity with the elegance of true artists. Among them, remarkable young women, graced with a hearing impairment, interpret music not through sound, but through their souls—transforming silence into symphony.
From the enthralling jugalbandi, a harmonious clash of classical dance, to the mesmerizing Shiva Tandava, a dance of gods laden with movements that rewrite physics, these performances are more than art—they’re living dreams. And in the midst of this artistic tapestry, the Sufi Dance on wheelchairs unfolds, fusing innovation and tradition, and delivering an experience that transcends time. Each performance is a radiant star, the first of its kind in the world, leaving an indelible mark on hearts and minds, and turning mere spectators into lifelong devotees of the extraordinary.