I remember the first time I heard the word bank. I was a kid, about five years old and mom had decided to take me to our branch to withdraw some money. I loved the place! For one, it was one of the few places I had been to that had an air conditioner. Second, it would give any amount of money to you. I saw my mom scribble something on a piece of paper and give it to a stern looking woman who gave her a token. When the number was announced, mom would scribble some more and walk away with whatever amount she wanted. I was amazed.
The next day, I, very proudly, scrawled some random alphabet I remembered from school and gave it to mom asking her to give me 5 rs to buy a chocolate and samosa. My mom took the piece of paper and asked, “What have you written here”
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