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JOTUA THAS: Originally means proverbs about usual happenings with an innate humor in the form of analogy, anecdotes or allusion in an attractive rhythmic fashion. BUT the SPARKLER Jotua thas is a satirical treatment to the attitude of people paying much more interest to their kids' English., ignoring the mother tongue.“Jotua thas” where a kid is asked to explain an assamese proverb, his description goes completely wrong Yet the teacher is happy & makes a remark, which says, Jotua thas is right or wrong, that’s not the main concern, but our students should be that smart to answer instantly & smartly.