Chronicles of an Indian school

The ability that makes your cheeks red.

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I grew up in the city of Lucknow, situated in the Gangetic plains of the northern parts of India. As a kid, I went to this grade school, which was a private school, yet I don’t know why, named as a Public school. Perhaps they wanted to look as a public school. Their tuition fee was cheap, maybe that could have been a reason. But, surely they had some good teachers.

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