And so where were we? I went but that.. that didn't collide with my religious feelings, sentiments. In our cottage Durga Puja was performed in this rural residence, and it was conducted, initiated by my grandfather, you know, in autumn and after a couple of years or four years, five years he handed down this tradition to me. It was on me to perform puja, and you know Durga Puja has a Hindu tag, but it is secular because those who were non-believers also participated, and the adjoining adjacent villages, they all participated. So this was my .. my quintessence from my religious background, which I got that being religious doesn't mean, you know, performing certain rituals only, but it is actually, in essay, basically secular.. secular, so I remained secular while believing the divinity of life, and so my Hinduism has been unfortunately bereft of interest of the fundamentalism, you can imagine.