The age-old story narrates of six blind men who gathered around an elephant with a task to understand what kind of a living creature was in front of them. Aided by their hands and touching different parts of the animal, each of the men comes up with an answer which, to him, holds a fair share of certainty: the thing in front has to be a wall, a spear, a snake, a fan, a tree, a rope! And not unsurprisingly, “each was partly in the right and all were in the wrong!”

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