This Madhya Pradesh school has over 150 'ambidextrous' students
Over 150 students studying in Veena Vadini Public School in Madhya Pradesh have mastered the ability to write with both hands. It is India's one and only 'ambidextrous' school. The school is situated in Budhela village in Singrauli. Apart from being ambidextrous, students at the school are also proficient in five languages,Hindi, Sanskrit, English, Urdu, and Spanish. The school was founded in 1999. Up until now, 480 students have graduated who can write using both hands.