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A lone ranger battles against severe odds to bring out two current affairs magazines for the blind in western India.

By Archisman Dinda
in Mumbai

For the average person who can see, it is difficult to think like a visually challenged person. That is the exact challenge that confronted Swagat Thorat – journalist turned theatre personality cum wild life photographer and documentary filmmaker but more well known as the Braille man of India – when he wanted to launch India’s first Braille magazine. The first issue of ‘Sparshdnyan’ periodical, published in Marathi, came out in 1998.
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