Ram Naik’s book to be out in Braille soon | Varanasi News


LUCKNOW: The memoirs of governor Ram Naik, mapping his more than 50-year-old political journey and contributions to the society, compiled in his popular book ‘Charaiveti Charaiveti (Keep Marching Ahead)’ will soon be available in Braille.
A delegation from the National Association for Blind, led by its national general secretary Satya Kumar Singh, met the governor on Thursday to seek permission for the same and he accorded his consent, said a news release.
‘Chairavete Chairevete’ is a hit among the political class and authors all over the country, as Naik reveals in the book his rise from a commoner to the position of a Union minister and then governor of India’s largest state.
The book has already been translated into more than 10 languages including Urdu, Sanskrit, Marathi, Gujarati and German. President Ram Nath Kovnid had launched the book’s Sanskrit version in Varanasi a few months ago.

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