I was…when I was fifteen, I left that place– when I was fifteen I passed the school final examination–it was known as matriculation examination at that the time–and at the age of fifteen there was partition. So I think it is very important for… had been important for me, that when I was just growing up, I passed my boyhood and inched into my youth, at that change the partition happened; I passed my school, and entered the college, and left the small official town, came to Calcutta–that was it. Another thing for me… I was admitted to the school, when I was ten, and I was admitted to class six. Upto the age of ten I had no regular educational course… it is astounding because my school, my father’s school, it was situated only one minutes away from my home. My friends all, they used to go to school and from 10:00 to 5:00 I was all alone, I have nothing to do because my friends are all, have gone to school, so I had nothing to do.