Louis Braille is celebrated Jan 4

    WORLD BRAILLE DAY     January 4 ... celebrates the magic of six small dots.   We celebrate World Braille Day in honor to give tribute to the genius Louis Braille. World Braille Day gives an opportunity to all the organization which are working for the blind so that they can display their work and promote the Braille language and also educate the others on the issue that is affecting the blind. In 1829, Louis Braille published the Method of Writing Words, … [Read more...]

Braille is this century’s Brilliance

  Louis Braille (1809-1852) Six dots. Six bumps. Six bumps in different patterns, like constellations, spreading out over the page. What are they? Numbers, letters, words. Who made this code? None other than Louis Braille, a French 12-year-old, who was also blind. And his work changed the world of reading and writing, forever. Louis was from a small town called Coupvray, near Paris — he was born on January 4 in 1809. Louis became blind by accident, when he was 3 years old. … [Read more...]

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