This is the true story of Jagriti School in Murshidabad (West Bengal). When its building was being made, there was a plan to make brick patterns on the floor and walls. Jamaal, Kaalu and
Piyaar were the masons for the brick work. They wanted to get new ideas for the school building. So they took their other friends to see the old tomb of Murshid Kuli Khan.
This building has a big floor with about two thousand beautiful brick patterns. These were made by masons long back – about three hundred years ago. The masons came back excited. Jamaal said — Ah! In those days
they had made so many interesting brick patterns. We had forgotten these! Let us make some nice designs on the floor of this school. Each mason made a different brick pattern. The school is proud to have such a beautiful building! Children play and sing on it and also make new patterns themselves.
From where did Jamaal, Kaalu and Piyaar get the new idea for school building?