Here is all you need to know about the history, significance, quotes, and images of International Lefthanders Day 2021.
Starting with the popular characters from the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, to the originator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, the two of them are left-handers. The International Lefthanders Day is seen on August 13 to praise this exceptional sensation of left-handers in the prevailing right-gave world. As indicated by research from Oxford University, researchers have reached the resolution that the mind capacities distinctively for a left-gave individual than for a right-gave one.
The day was first seen in 1992 to praise the uniqueness of lefthanders in the prevailing right-hander’s reality. The day brings issues to light of the benefits and inconveniences of being a lefty.
It is said that 13% of individuals on the planet are lefties with a preferred memory over righties. The well known characters from various foundations that go under the gathering of lefthanders are Sachin Tendulkar, Amitabh Bachchan, Bill Gates, Mark Zukerberg, Justin Bieber, Oprah Winfrey, Lady Gaga.
Quotes and Images International Lefthanders Day :
“Life without left-handed people wouldn’t be right.” — C.R. Manske
“If the left half of the brain controls the right half of the body, then only left-handed people are in the right mind.” — W.C. Fields
“God made everyone right-handed, only the truly gifted overcome it.”
“Damned infernal gizmo. My kingdom for a left-handed can opener.” — Montgomery Burns
“When nothing goes right go left.”
“All the decisive blows are struck left-handed.” — Walter Benjamin
“The left-handed are precious; they take places which are inconvenient for the rest.” — Victor Hugo
“I may be left-handed, but I am always right.”
“Left-handers are not different because they are unique; They are unique because they are different.” — Peter-Cole C. Onele
Left-handers are likely to have better verbal skills than their right-handed counterparts, according to a 2019 study by Oxford University. The basis of this conclusion was a discovery by the researchers that left and right hemispheres of brains of left-handed individuals had better co-ordination in regions involving the use of language. The scientists, though, also cautioned that their study sample constituted just a fraction of the world’s left-handed population, adding that more research is required to reach a definitive conclusion in this regard.