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Ambidexterous girl writes in 2 languages at the same time

THE ASIAN AGE. | AMITA VERMA
Published : Jan 14, 2018, 2:21 am IST
Updated : Jan 14, 2018, 2:21 am IST

Tejaswi Tyagi, a student of class 11, can simultaneously write Hindi with one hand and English with the other.

(Representational image)
 (Representational image)

Lucknow: People who can write with both hands are not exactly rare to come by, but a school girl in Meerut district, stands out, because she can not only write with both hands but writes different languages with both hands at the same time.

Tejaswi Tyagi, a student of class 11, can simultaneously write Hindi with one hand and English with the other.

Tejaswi, who belongs to a farmer’s family and lives in Phoolbagh in Meerut, says that she was four years old when she realised that she could write with both hands.

“Initially, I used to write the same language with both hands bSut then I started practicing and began writing different languages at the same time”, she said and added that she can also write with one hand and make a drawing with the other. When Tejaswi writes with both hands, one can notice a peculiarity – she writes all words inverted, but reads them right.

Her mother Sangeeta said that the family does not force Tejaswi to do anything. “We realise that she is exceptionally talented and we do not wish to push her further. She wants to become a doctor and we will provide all help she needs, her mother said.

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