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Art and Games in Braille

An architect from Mumbai is trying to bridge the gap between cultural art and the differently-abled. 🎨

09/08/2019 2:57 AM
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  • Shanila H.
    09/08/2019 03:09

    There is blind relief society in New Delhi and they are doing this since ages. Every year kids sell their handmade products during Diwali mela organised by society and ppl turn up in large numbers to buy these products and money raised is used for these special kids only. Anyways nice effort by this society... 🙏

  • Harshit G.
    09/08/2019 03:57

    He is suparhuman

  • Padmanabh K.
    09/08/2019 04:21

    They can't see the colours, wonder how they manage to 'enjoy' the paintings.

  • Mousumi L.
    09/08/2019 04:23

    God bless

  • Sudha B.
    09/08/2019 04:48

    Students from Dadar school for the Blind at Mumbai are brilliant kids as I have seen them.Bravo.

  • Mamatharani N.
    09/08/2019 04:57

    God bless

  • Alisha M.
    09/08/2019 04:58

    Amazing work. keep going <3

  • Ahilya C.
    09/08/2019 05:30

    Braille label must be on every product 🙏

  • Ismail I.
    09/08/2019 05:44

    Super super super.

  • Saroginithevi S.
    09/08/2019 07:51

    God Bless them all

  • AliSir R.
    09/08/2019 08:07

    Have a beautiful and brilliant future...

  • Somu S.
    09/08/2019 09:19

    God bless you children

  • Austine R.
    09/08/2019 10:52

    I will pray for you children god bless you ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  • Akshata K.
    09/08/2019 11:46

    where can I buy his products?

  • Bhuvana R.
    09/08/2019 12:14

    Absolutely love it. Creative thinking to bring art to everyone who can't see but feel is a brilliant way. Britt India articulated the blunt word blind into adjective " differently abled" is welcomed.👏👏

  • Gauri J.
    09/08/2019 12:41

    God bless you

  • Vittal G.
    09/08/2019 13:29

    God's own children

  • Navdeep K.
    09/08/2019 15:00

    Kaur founder of accessible games Sidharth Shah

  • Akshata B.
    09/08/2019 15:51

    Just wow♥️ see this

  • Nancy K.
    09/08/2019 16:20

    Very good and inspiring Siddharth. Keep it going. Thank you for thinking for the differently abled children. New Hope for them.