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Lal Bihari Shah

The following article was published in the souvenir on the occasion of the inauguration of Lal Bihari Shah Braille Academia, the Braille press and library project of Blind Persons’ Association on January 4, 2003. It often happens in history that the creator remains hidden under the overwhelming magnificence of his […]

Helen Keller, Her Social Activities

The following paper was presented by Dr. Smt. Sudeshna Chakraborty in the Seminar on “Helen Keller, Her Life and Struggle” organised at H.L. Roy Memorial Hall, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering, Jadabpur University, Kolkata on June 27, 2009 by Blind Persons’ Association with the aid of Indian Council of Social […]

Winter Over, Spring in the Offing

The following article by Shri Dipankar Roy, one of the Advisers of Blind Persons’ Association, was first published in a souvenir commemorating the establishment of our braille press. On request from many of our members and well-wishers and in view of its deep insight into the various aspects of blindness, […]

Genesis of Braille System

The following paper was presented by Dr. Dhirendra Kumar Sarangi, Deputy Director, Directorate of Higher Education, Orissa in the Seminar on “the Significance of Braille System in the present era” organised at H.L. Roy Memorial Hall, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering, Jadabpur University, Kolkata on August 9, 2008 by Blind […]

Helen Keller: A Reassessment

The following paper was presented by Dr. Smt. Debjani Sengupta in the Seminar on “Helen Keller, Her Life and Struggle” organised at H.L. Roy Memorial Hall, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering, Jadabpur University, Kolkata on June 27, 2009 by Blind Persons’ Association with the aid of Indian Council of Social […]

Role of Helen Keller in the Emancipation of the Sightless

The following paper was presented by Shri Buddhadev Sikdar in the Seminar on “Helen Keller, Her Life and Struggle” organised at H.L. Roy Memorial Hall, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering, Jadabpur University, Kolkata on June 27, 2009 by Blind Persons’ Association with the aid of Indian Council of Social Science […]

Relevance of Braille System in The Age of High Technology

The following paper was presented by Dr A. Gangatharan, Lecturer, Department of History, Benaras Hindu University in the Seminar on “the Significance of Braille System in the present era” organised at H.L. Roy Memorial Hall, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering, Jadabpur University, Kolkata on August 9, 2008 by Blind Persons’ […]

The Social Implication of Braille System

The following paper was presented by Shri Amiyo Biswas, former Vice President of the host organisation in the Seminar on “the Significance of Braille System in the present era” organised at H.L. Roy Memorial Hall, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineering, Jadabpur University, Kolkata on August 9, 2008 by Blind Persons’ […]

Income Tax Benefit for Donors of Blind Persons’ Association

The Government of India has made several provisions in the Income Tax Act for offering tax relief to donors whose contributions help in promoting social welfare activities. Our organisation has obtained the benefits of section 80G and 35AC of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Benefit of Section 80G Blind Persons’ […]