Fooling around is Fine, But avoid being foolhardy : Article by Professor Anirban Chaudhuri

Playing pranks on the first day of April has a long tradition. While there is no definitive story around the origin of this ritual, most say it is rooted in the advent of Georgian calendar that started from January 01 where some still ignorant of the fact clung on to April 01 to start the new year. They were probably laughed at and made fun of to set the ball of pranks rolling for ages. Innocuous fun is the essence of April Fool’s Day.

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