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DIY generation: Hear and Now

Bleewatch is a product that enables the deaf to dance on rhythm patterns. There's also BleeTV, offering education and entertainment, and AskBlee, which provides video content in Indian sign language (ISL) to users posing questions.

The idea of Blee Tech Innovations goes back to when classmates Janhavi Joshi and Nupura Kirloskar were studying at the Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Pune, and had to

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