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Our ancestral home is well preserved

The ruthless tearing down of old structures is seen the world over.  Somehow our family decided not to touch our ancestral home which is now over 80 years old.

This is where I grew up and that window that is seen was the girls’s room where we studied.

Father designed this home which has an area of around 2,500 sq. ft with several rooms. The land belonged to mother and he build this house for her.

We were a happy lot, quite proud that we had a big house. My niece with her family lives there now.

  • Have you preserved your ancestral home?

    • Yes
    • No

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Written by grace

I have been writing for various sites some of which have disappeared.  I have several interests including writing, photography, gardening, reaching out, cooking.  I have a blog which needs a bit of revamping and when I get some time I will go there and do justice.

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  1. It’s really good that you all decided to preserve your ancestral home. It’s so nice to know the house where you grew up is still around and well. I grew up in my parents’ house which is just around 40 years old, and my parents are still staying there. My grandparents’ house is still around and my uncle is staying there now. But they have renovated the house, from wooden house to brick house now.

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