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A Gujarat temple is selling a ‘magical pen’ at Rs 1,900

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As per an India Today report, a temple located in Gujrat’s Panchmahal district has distributed leaflets in Gujrati which promises a way out of one’s distress that comes from the name of exams. The  Kashthabhanjan temple, reportedly, has a pen set for students which can ease one from the stress of the exam. The pen is supposed to have divine properties said a Hanuman Sevak by the name of Dushyant Bapuji and he also added that the pen was obtained after performing a Hanuman Saraswati Yagya.

The auspicious pens that have been priced at Rs 1,900. In order to attract the parents’ attention and trick their sentiments, the handbill asks them questions like if they would like to see their children pass the exams, and are they worried that their wards might perform poorly. Interestingly, the handbill also claimed that there will be a full refund of the amount if any particular student fails in his examination.

The leaflet was also available on Twitter: