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The 28 pairs of twins pose for a photograph during the ‘Twins Day’ celebrations at Camford School, Chittoor, on Thursday.
The 28 pairs of twins pose for a photograph during the ‘Twins Day’ celebrations at Camford School, Chittoor, on Thursday.

The ‘Twins Day’ observed by Camford School in Chittoor made the visitors shake their heads in disbelief and squint their eyes for a better vision!

While it is common to find twins moving around us, mostly in similar dresses, it is a rare occasion to see as many as 28 pairs in one frame. It is even more difficult to find all the 28 pairs studying in a single school. “We have the privilege of educating 28 pairs at our campus,” says Camford Correspondent C.R. Mahesh on Thursday. In fact, the day is observed today all over the world and the school has been celebrating the event for the last five years.

As if Camford is the only place to admit twins, as many as six pairs joined LKG this academic year.

“Every year, not less than 20 pairs take part in the event. Thanks to the new addition, this year’s event touched the highest turnout of 28 pairs”, Mr. Mahesh said with a grin.

From LKG to SSC, the twins are found in all age groups in this school.

The management got the 56 students assembled on the school premises for the rare event along with their parents.

After playing a few fun games like running race, balloon breaking etc., they were treated with goodies and sent home.


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