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Can Ganesha, Noah become friends?

Education | Aug 15, 2005

On Sunday evening, Lord Ganesha met and made friends with a totally modern invention — Noah, the friendly
computer virus. How is that possible? Can an ancient God really jell with a computer virus? In ope sense, both Ganesha and Noah are symbiotic. After all, one lives in the divine space and
the other in the virtual. And both are inseparable part of our daily lives. Such philosophical meanderings did not, of course, trouble he children who flocked to Crossword on Residency Road, to see
low the two friends get along.

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