is observed annually on January 4th to commemorate the birthday of Louis Braille, the inventor of the Braille code. This day serves as a reminder of the importance of Braille in empowering individuals with visual impairments, providing them with access to education, literature, and the ability to communicate independently. As we celebrate World Braille Day, let us delve into the history of Braille, its significance, and the impact it has on the lives of millions around the globe. The legacy of Louis Braille lives on through the dots that have become a bridge to knowledge, independence, and inclusion. GD GOENKA PUBLIC SCHOOL SECTOR 9 ROHINI acknowledges and embraces the significance of Braille, we contribute to building a world where everyone, regardless of their visual abilities, can participate fully in the rich tapestry of life.