Tambe: The thin lines among education, faith, and superstitions

Approximately 99.9 percent of people in India have faith in religious and traditional beliefs. Because of a lack of education in rural parts of the country, people tend to have blind faith in these beliefs, turning them into superstitions.

By Aadit Tambe

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When I returned home to India this year for summer break, the position of my bed had been changed. It was now placed perpendicular to the position I had left it in last year.

I asked my parents about it, and they said...

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