Sunday, March 30, 2008

Persons with disability get braille book about Indian religion

A top-selling work on Jainism is to be translated into English and then into Braille in the hopes of making the religion more accessible to non-Indians who are blind, according to Express India

The books are expected to target academicians and students, according to the article.

Read a summary of the faith here,

as well a blog about Jainism here.

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