Aniket points to a nearby building and grins. "If we took as many balloons as would fit in there and tied them to your hand you could fly in the sky," he says.
But lately all the fun Aniket is having in the market is making him feel a little sorry for his older sister.
"She can't come here," he says. "Every day she has work to do at home.”
That's a new insight for Aniket. The division of labor in his family — he sells flowers in the market, his sister is stuck at home washing clothes and cooking dinner — is something he never thought to question. That is, until recently, when he joined an unusual class.
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