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Students aged between 60 and 90 years of age study at the Ajibainchi Shala, a grandmothers’ school in India, where they receive elementary education including fundamental mathematics, alphabets and their correct pronunciations as well as nursery rhymes.

Every weekday, the grannies turn up for classes, all wearing their uniform of a bright pink sari and a satchel containing their slate, chalk, and textbook. They salute the flag and join local kids to sang the national anthem together.

The school aims to educate the elderly women in the village, where farming is the dominant profession.

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