What if the world spoke one language? And we never needed Google Translate? One man dreamt of such a language a century ago – Esperanto. In this episode, we explore the life of Lakshmiswar Sinha, the most famous Indian Esperantist of the 20th century – a man who at one time was a much sought-after speaker of this utopian language.
This article first appeared on Audiomatic.
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