Delhi Metro museum releases brochure in Braille
January 2, 2017
The Delhi Metro Museum has introduced a special brochure in Braille.
The idea is to help the blind get information related to the museum.
The brochure, which is printed in Hindi and English, was released on the museum's eighth anniversary.
The event had a special storytelling session and play by blind children.
A six-day exhibition called Metro Through Eyes showing artworks by children with disabilities was also launched.
Braille is a tactile writing system used by the blind or the visually impaired.
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