Speaking to IQNA, Mohammad Nafariyeh said the copies will be given out to the visually-impaired for free.
He added that the organization has also signed an agreement with seminary schools to publish religious books for the hearing-impaired.
Braille is a writing system which enables the blind and partially-sighted people to read and write through touch.
It was invented by Louis Braille (1809-1852), who was blind and became a teacher of the blind.
In recent years, the Holy Quran and religious books have been printed in Braille to help the visually-impaired Muslims read the texts with ease.