Class Room.

A young friend Chinmay has posted this on his facebook page and I am amazed that things have not changed since my school days! ย And those were over half a century ago!


I went to a ‘boys only’ school but even there, we had dreamy eyed boys in love with some girl from another school. Since it was a school in Tamil Nadu, almost all these boys were more or less sure to get married to their cousins and so the star gazing! Other than that little variation, we had all the other varieties.

17 thoughts on “Class Room.”

      1. I see more similarities than differences. I enjoy cultural differences when it comes to art, food, dance, music, ways of seeing the world – but not so much when it leads to hostility and conflict between people. The bigots do seem to have a great interest in keeping us all divided. It’s no wonder most of them are wary of the Internet.
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  1. Things weren’t much different in Andhra Pradesh, a bit west of you, where I attended primary school. Or in Pakistan, for that matter, where I came of age later on. Most boys in my All Boys school were in dreamy eyed over freshly-out-of-Inter teachers who taught the younger grades. ๐Ÿ™‚
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