Sangeetha Pulapaka
1

Only if we can practise hard. The term as you know is ambidextrous.

Singrauli, Veena Vadini School of Madhya Pradesh, India has 170 children who are able to write together with both hands. You will be surprised to know that this is not only the first but the only Ambidextrous of India (a simple and equally working school with both hands). This is very special because only 1% of the people in the world have the ability to take an equal work with both hands.





The name of the person who made this possible is BP Sharma. He is the principal of this school. He was inspired by  Dr. Rajendra Prasad who was the first prime minister of India, who was also ambidextrous!

The saying 'Practise makes perfect' holds good in this too!