In his pioneering effort, as an accessibility consultant, Siddhant Shah makes the artifacts, kept in museums, easily approachable to visually impaired through miniature tactile paintings. This moving talk discovers the pertinent need to connect the physically challenged with heritage and culture. Mr. Siddhant Shah, is a man with a difference. A heritage architect and accessibility consultant, he has been instrumental in playing a key role in bridging the gap between Cultural Heritage and disability. An agent of change, he is the youngest awardee to win a National recognition. Propelled with sensitivity, he has pushed the boundaries of physical, intellectual & social access in museums, monuments & other sites of cultural significance. His journey to translate innovativeness into productivity fuses with a mindful mission that preserves human dignity. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.