Thursday, September 16, 2010

The CLABIL project files are now ready for download - from the Esha blog

On the Esha Blog , some time ago, i introduced the CLABIL project - Central Library of Audio Books in Indian Languages - for the blind and the print impaired across the country.

We recently crossed over 100 audio files under the project, and have collaborated with Inclusive Planet for their entire set of user uploaded audio files.

You can download Esha files from the Esha blog starting now.  This link will have access to all the Audio files and other information about the CLABIL project.

All files are copyright free. Please feel free to use them for :
1. Blind Schools
2. Village Schools
3. Older people whose sight is not as good and who would still like to hear audio books.
4. NRIs who want their children to learn Indian stories but dont know where to go beyond Karadi tales et al.

And of course, if you can find time to record, please do record whatever you can.. and send it across. Just upload it as a google doc and share the link..

Thank you!


artnavy said...

I have been wanting to record forever - somehow not yet got a mike to do so- feel so bad ! will do it soon for sure.

BK Chowla, said...

Thnaks for sharing

shadows said...

dear howdy!!!
pls add a share button to your blog posts on twitter and facebook!!!
i always feel like sharing your links... but dont manage to becoz of the lack of a share button.... pls pls pls do it@!

Onkar said...

This is something truely great

Onkar said...

This is something truely great

How do we know said...

Hi Artnavy: Anytime. u have 2 girls and a job to take care of :-)

Hi Chowla sir: Thank you.

Hi Shadows: Why didnt i think of it sooner? Added. Thank you! :-)

Hi Onkar Sir: Thank you. Your latest post is very nice too.

The Phosgene Kid said...

Sounds great. I listen to a lot of Indian/Punjabi music but truth be told I don't understand the words. I doubt Books on Tape in Indian would be any different. I do love me some Bhangra though.