Tenpoints Braille is an innovative tool designed to offer the ideal solution for the issues confronted in learning and teaching Braille. It’s an ingenious tool that makes it easy for anyone to read Braille, even if they don’t know the language.


Tenpoints Braille has been developed in multiple languages – including Indian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Gurmukhi, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Tamil and Telugu or international languages such as English, Spanish, German and French.


It’s called “Tenpoints” Braille because when you choose the font in software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign or Microsoft Word, then selecting ten points as font size prints the letters in Braille’s worldwide standard size. If the size of the letters differs from the standardized size, then reading the Braille with fingertips becomes very difficult.


Tenpoints Braille has been developed with the same 6-dot cells of normal Braille. The shape of the cells or the method to read it has been unchanged. It’s the same Braille that has been in use for years across the world.

Rajdeepgiri Goswami


Hi! I’m Rajdeepgiri, a Graphic Designer from Bangalore, India. I have been working in the design field for over 11 years, and have done my time in advertising agencies such as Ogilvy, Leo Burnett, Publicis and more.

I endeavor to use my abilities in Graphic Design to make a difference in the lives of others. Tenpoints Braille is my passion project, and has been in the making for over 5 years. Once it successfully completes, I have set my sights on yet another project – creating fonts in all Indian scripts for people with dyslexia.