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Namaskar dosto ! connections ! friends ! elders ! & everyone who is connected on my network. I’m going to introduce myself, what I am and what I currently doing these days, what i have skills. I am sanjay prajapati and this quora website is just a medium for me connecting to the people who likes science. 

I am doing Mbbs at Bundelkhand Medical College sagar,M.P.

Through this website i want to give  biology posts which can cultivate curiosity in people's,

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