Indian space scientist creates world's first drawing kit for the blind
Dilip Bhatt, a senior scientist with Indian space agency ISRO, has created a remarkable device for the blind.
Called Pragya, the device was inspired by his son Nikunj who has impaired vision. Pragya, which is being called the he world's first drawing device for the blind, has won many national and international awards.
Nkunj, who calls his father a hero, says that his father always made him feel like he could do anything.
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