Since 1997, when Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone hit bookshelves, every kid who learned the story shared a collective fantasy: fly around on a broomstick. Chase the golden snitch. Be a champion Quidditch player. 

Anshu Agarwal, a teacher and photographer living in the Himalayan village of Garhwal, brought this vision to life. 

His super power? Photoshop.  

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He photographed his students playing a real-life Quidditch game using broomsticks and volleyballs.

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And then transformed the images into portraits of his students flying around on broomsticks.

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"On seeing the pictures, the kids' eyes popped out," Agarwal told Metro UK

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"I couldn't stop grinning as I knew I did manage to rope in some more magic in this already enchanted village."

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Agarwal also uploaded the photos onto his professional Facebook page

When a commenter asked about the process behind making them, Agarwal wrote "magic is hard to be explained through muggle science."

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As far as teachers go, Agarwal's awesome project may have just launched him into Dumbledore-territory.