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Braille version of Quran, Bible gets copyright

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HYDERABAD: The Holy Quran and Bible brought out in Braille script by Guru Kondaveeti Jyothirmayee, noted devotional singer, have been given an entry in the Register of Copyrights, Copyright Office, Government of India.

Ms. Jyothirmayee known for her rendition of Annamacharya sankeertanas and a social worker, brought out Braille (English) version of the holy books for the benefit of visually challenged children. She also won the copyright for other epics -- Ramayanam, Bharatham, Bhagavatham, Annamacharya Sankeertanas -- brought out in Braille by her earlier. A communication about entry of her latest Braille books was received from Copyright Registrar Office, according to a release. She also launched an e-mobile Braille library recently under the aegis of Kondaveeti Jyothirmayee Central Trust.

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