Only 1% of the world's population can write with both left and right hands, but 100% of students in a school in India can do this.
Veena Vandini school with students with this special ability, was founded by veteran VP Sharma. The school has a short 15-minute lesson between the main lessons, for practicing writing with both hands.
This private school has only about 300 students enrolled, but all of them write fast and beautiful in both hands, not only Hindi but also other Latin-based languages.
A lesson to practice writing skills or ear at Veena Vandini school.
Not only writing, each 15-minute short lesson also teaches students foreign language skills and uses the brain to optimize. While the right hand writes Indian letters, the left hand writes an English-like word, which makes them able to learn vocabulary and remember how to use languages when they grow up.
Veteran VP Sharma, the founder of this school, said he was inspired by India's first President, Rajendra Prasad. This president is a doctor of language studies, he can write with both hands in different languages.
Students write in two hands in two different languages, training them with foreign language skills.
Sharma said: " I am very impressed by Mr. Rajendra Prasad, and want to apply it to my first batch of students after I opened a school in this village. Students who reach level 1 to 3 You can write with both hands comfortably, while level 7 and 8 students can write quickly and accurately ".
" Further, not only is the ability to write, but also the ability to use the brain. Students can write two different texts at the same time, the performance will double and the time to complete the work will be Short fall, My students also learn Urdu . "
When going to higher levels, they will be able to write in both hands with two different languages accurately and quickly.
The school was founded in 1999 in a remote area of Singrauli district, Madhya Pradesh province. This unique idea has led researchers from Korea to learn about this strange skill.