By Asma Shums

The Miracle - - Women -

In es­say “Crores a clas­si­cal topic: of ru­pees English can Lan­guage be swindled pa­per, from the banks, fol­low­ing but the was pen pre­sented at the counter, as an tied with a piece of twine is there for­ever. .indly elab­o­rate on the im­plied mean­ing of this.” One quin­tes­sen­tial ge­nius of a stu­dent wrote: “This clearly im­plies that Laxmiji can be stolen, but never Saraswatiji. There­fore, in­stead of leav­ing be­hind un­quan­ti­fied wealth for your child, it is far bet­ter to ed­u­cate him her, since knowl­edge can never be taken away from him, and shall for­ever re­main tied to him.”

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