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Untying a knot.
Posted on September 15, 2016 by sipractce
The word used to describe a challenge or difficulty in Tamil language is “Chikkal”, which translates into a knot. If you reflect upon it, that is a very appropriate metaphor. Like a rope that winds itself into a knot or … Continue reading →
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