Saloni Patil is a 19-year-old engineering student who has been volunteering at a school for blind girls in Pune for the past three years.
In addition to being a tutor and reader, she started converting popular English books into braille, including almost all of Chetan Bhagat's titles.
About a year ago, she taught her students how to use braille kits to draw pictures of people in the news.
"After they are done making the rough sketch with the braille kit, glue and sparkles, I work on it to give it a finished look," Patil told BuzzFeed India about the process.
And the results are amazing.
Patil and her students decided to make braille paintings of comedy group All India Bakchod's members, after their roast of Bollywood actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kapoor became national news earlier in the year.
With AIB being such a hot topic of discussion, the paintings were a huge hit at a number of exhibitions.
"We have been making braille drawings for about a year, but making the faces of AIB members gave us money and name. We've started getting more offer and orders in the past 2-3 months," Patil said.
Their work has also been displayed in America and Australia, with the help of Patil's relatives living there.
Patil added, "We prefer exhibitions only, not selling them. But if a buyer offers us a good amount, we sell them also."