The School Weekly - 26th September 2016

Mera Bali
Bijapur is a small village about 20kilometers away from Bali. It is known for its pond which has water the whole year round. Water is used for animals that come there to drink water. During the Summer Season, water from Mithari Dam is supplied in it through canals. There are many Hindu temples like Har Har Gange, Hanumanji Temple, Sithla Mataji temple which is worth seeing. Har Har Gange is the best trekking place around.
Another place of interest is a Jain temple which is three kilometers from the village. It is Rata Mahaveerji or Hathundi Teerth which was built in year 313 (370 V.S.) and was earlier dedicated to Parshvanatha but after the installation idol of Shri Mahaveer Bhagwan in year 1278 (1335 V.S.) this temple has Bhagwan Mahaveer Swami as its primary deity. This idol is made of bricks, sand and calcium, having bloodish(Rata) red colour and hence also called as Rata Mahaveerji. This 135-cm tall idol of Mahaveer Swami is in padmasan position The 4th century idol is still present in this temple.
Mr. Pusphendra Singh Ranawat who is the State Energy Minister is the native of this place. He was elected three times MLA from the Bali Constituency from 2002.His Rawla is situated in the heart of the village. The villagers celebrate each and every festival with a lot of gaiety.
Written by Parth Guin, Designed by Rakesh Kumar/ Art Faculty
Reverence to martyrs’
Where has the beauty of the country gone?
Everywhere there is terrorism
India has security
But everyone is found guilty,
Is there any difference today?
Or when we were under the cruel British rays
The patriots fought
To make India a golden track.
Till today soldiers give their lives
To make Kashmir a heaven
We say we are free’
But are we really free.
But now, there are some who do not value the martyrs
And make laughter of them.
Never think, if they’d not fight
Would we breathe in free air?
Eighteen laid down their lives
So our country could breathe this day
Never forgot their sacrifice
I salute and pay homage to them
Jai Hind!
Kirti Malviya/ X/ DH
A book is like a television
Inside your head
It tells you stories
It takes you to places
It scares you
It makes you laugh
But you draw the picture
A book is like a television
And no one tells you to turn it off
Aryan Sirvi/ VII/ DH
Monday, 19th September: A special assembly was organized to pay homage and reverence to the 18 Martyrs’ who lost their lives in army base in Uri, Kashmir on18th September.  They were attacked by terrorists early morning.  The terrorists used hand grenade, arms and munitions. School observed two minutes silence and prayed to God to rest their souls in peace.
Monday, 19th September- Saturday, 24th September:  Students had their Summative Assessment I. Teachers were busy with correcting copies and sharing feedback with the students.

The School Weekly - 19th September 2016

Mera Bali
Mithari is a river in Pali district  that originates from Aravalli Range in Pali district only. It vanishes in Jalore district near Sankhwali village. Bali and Falna comes in its basin. Temple Nimbeshwar is on the bank of Mithri River only. Its catchment area is about 1,644 km2, which is in Pali and Jalore districts. Mithari Dam is built on the banks of Mithari River, 3km away from Sewari. On the other side of the dam is a tribal village called Pipala. It is inhabited by the Gharasiyas. Even the Dewasis live in its outskirts. Water from this dam is used for irrigation for Kharif Crops through Canal System by Sewari, Bijapur and nearby villages.  Fish Rearing is also done in this dam. It falls under the Panchayati Raj, Sewari. Melon Farming is done in its basin. It provides water to many villages.

Examination! Examination!
A word of stress and tension
Makes me shiver,
Brings in fever,
Whole night study in pain
Marks to gain,
Study and work hard
With Mummy on guard
When will these days get over?
So that I may be joyful in bower.
Anumesh Rao/ VIII/ GH
Lord Ganesha
Oh! My Lord Ganesha you are the best,
When you come you bring laughter in children,
You are welcomed with music and dance,
With music and dance you go back in water.
You are the Lord of success,
You are the destroyer of evil and obstacles.
I enjoy the festive nature on your day,
I want to share my thoughts with you,
I want you my lord to always stay with me
And share my culture.
Anumesh Rao/ VIII/ GH
Wednesday, 14th September: On the occasion of Hindi Language Day a Special Assembly was held in which Mr. Krishan Gopal HOD Hindi gave an Assembly Talk and wished everyone Happy Hindi Day. He recited a poem and told about the importance of Hindi Language as our National Language.

हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर शुभकामनाएँ प्रेषित करते हुए श्री कृष्ण गोपाल, हिंदी अध्यापक ने कुछ तथ्य प्रस्तुत किये।
1.14 सितंबर 1949 को हिंदी संघ की राजभाषा घोषित हुई।
अनुच्छेद 343 में लिखा गया -संघ की राजभाषा हिन्दी होगी और लिपि देवनागरी होगी परंतु संविधान लागु होने के 15 वर्ष तक अंग्रेजी का प्रयोग किया जायेगा।
हिंदी को लेकर उत्तर और दक्षिण में विरोध चला।
भारत तथा अन्य देशों के 60 करोड़ से अधिक लोग हिंदी बोलते, पढ़ते और लिखते है।
चीनी और अंग्रेजी के साथ-साथ हिंदी भी विशाल जन-समूह द्वारा बोली जाती है।
फ़िजी, मोरिशस, गुयाना, सूरीनाम, नेपाल जैसे देशों में अधिकतर जनता हिंदी बोलती है।
हिंदी केवल भाषा ही नहीं बल्कि भारतीयों की हृदय वाणी है।
महात्मा गांधी ने 1917 में भरुच (गुजरात) में सर्वप्रथम राष्ट्रभाषा के रूप में हिंदी को मान्यता प्रदान की।
राष्ट्रभाषा प्रचार समिति, वर्धा के अनुरोध पर 1953 से 14 सितंबर हिंदी दिवस के रूप में मनाया जाने लगा।
इस अवसर पर एक कविता पढ़ी गई-
हिंदी दिवस
अपनी समग्रता में
खुसरो जायसी का खुमार है
तुलसी का लोकमंगल है
सूर का वात्सल्य है
मीरा का प्रेम है
हिंदी दिवस
कबीर का सन्देश है
बिहारी का चमत्कार है
घनानंद की पीर है
पंत की प्रकृति सुषमा और
महादेवी की आँखों का नीर है
हिंदी दिवस
निराला की ओजस्विता
प्रसाद की ऐतिहासिकता
प्रेमचंद का आदर्शवाद
दिनकर की विरासत है।
10.गांधीजी ने हिंदी को जनमानस की भाषा कहा।
अमीर खुसरो ने हिंदी की खड़ी बोली में अपनी भावनाएँ व्यक्त की।
भारतेंदु हरिश्चंद्र ने हिंदी को मानक रूप प्रदान किया।
हिंदी के प्रति उत्साहित करने के लिए राजभाषा गौरव पुरस्कार तथा राजभाषा कीर्ति पुरस्कार दिया जाता है।
Summative Assessment: Class I- VIII had their first exam of Art & Craft, GK. and Computer that day.
Friday, 16th September: On the occasion of World Ozone Day Mr. Byju Joseph HOD Science gave an Assembly Talk. He spoke about Ozone layer and how it is getting depleted.
Mr. Byju Joseph explained to the students that Ozone layer is a deep layer in earth’s atmosphere that contain ozone which is a naturally occurring molecule containing three Oxygen atoms. These ozone molecules form a gaseous layer in the Earth’s upper atmosphere called stratosphere. This lower region of stratosphere containing relatively higher concentration of ozone is called Ozonosphere. The main cause for the depletion of ozone is determined as excessive release of chlorine and bromine from man-made compounds Chlorofluorocarbons, Methyl chloroform), Carbon tetrachloride and methyl bromide. He further on told the students to be Eco-friendly so that this depletion can be reduced by each and everyone’s contribution. 
Summative Assessment I started for Class I to XII. Students were seen busy in their books and solving their difficulties from their teachers.
Saturday, 17th September: As Summative Assessment I have started Teachers were busy in doing correction work of the exams which took place on 14th and 16th September. Mr. Usman Gani and Mr. Sandeep Singh went to attend Microsoft Workshop on Office 365 in DPS International School, Gurgaon on 6th and 7th September.

The School Weekly - 12th September 2016

Teacher’s Day Special
Mera Bali
Pali is the district of Bali. It is about 80 kilometers from Bali. During the Kushana Age, King Kanishka had conquered Rohat and Jaitaran area, parts of today's Pali district, in 120 AD. Till the end of seventh century A. D. this area was ruled by the Chalukya King Harshavardhana along with other parts of the present state of Rajasthan.
During the period from 10th to 15th century, boundaries of Pali extended to adjoining Mewar, Godwad and Marwar. Nadol was the capital of Chauhans. All Rajput rulers resisted the foreign invaders but individually fought for each other's land and leadership. After the defeat of Prithviraj Chauhan, against Mohammed Gauri, the Rajput power of the area was disintegrated. Godwad area of Pali become the subjects of then ruler of Mewar, Maharana Kumbha. But Pali city which was ruled by Brahmin rulers with the patronage of neighbouring Rajput rulers, remained peaceful and progressive.

The 16th and 17th centuries saw a number of battles in the surrounding areas of Pali. Shershah Suri was defeated by Rajput rulers in the battle of Giri near Jaitaran, Mughal emperor Akbar's army had constant battles with Maharana Pratap in Godwad area. Again after the Mughals had conquered almost all of Rajputana, Veer Durga Das Rathore of Marwar made organized efforts to redeem the Marwar area from Aurangzeb, the last Mughal emperor. By then Pali had become subservient to Rathores of Marwar state. Pali was rehabilitated by Maharaja Vijay Singh and soon it became an important commercial center.
Under British era in India in 1857, various Thakurs of Pali under the stewardship of Thakur of Auwa fought against the British rule. Auwa fort was surrounded by the British army and then conflicts lasted many days.
Geologists trace the existence of Pali to pre-historic age and maintain that it has emerged from the vast western sea spread over a large part of the present day Rajasthan. In the Vedic age Maharshi Javali stayed in this area for meditation and interpretation of Vedas. The Pandavas in the Mahabharata age also have made this area (near Bali) their resting place during the exile. As a part of ancient Arbuda Province, this area was known as Balla-Desh.
Teachers are one eye of us and our second eye is our parents. Teacher's are god who gives us a beautiful knowledge and teachers are important part of our life .Teacher is a candle which gives us light and teachers brighten our future. For whole year our teachers teach us best things and they teach in any condition, whether they feel ill or are in bad condition and our teacher don't want anything from us. They want only one thing from us that we score good marks in exam. They want us to become good persons in life. When we become successful in life we always forgot the wishes of teachers. We thank the teachers for supporting us and for appreciating us. Only on 5th September we get the opportunity to thank our teachers for always being there in hard time and good time. Special thanks to my teachers who teach me right things.
Happy Teacher's Day to all my teachers.
Krisha Dave/ VIII/ GH
Teachers are also essential part of our life. If they are not there we cannot get knowledge to become a great person. If they are not present we cannot make laws and remove the superstitions from the mind of people. And we do not help to free them from scared. If any person who is in problem cannot fight for his rights and they become more and more scared. Teachers are like God and parents who tells us about are future and for our good. They treat us like their own children and take care of us. They shout on us because they love us very much. They protect us from wrong before we realize. They are best in the world.
Diksha Choudhary/ VIII/ GH
My Teacher
The Way You Teach...
The Knowledge You Share...
The Care You Take...
The Love You Shower...
Make You...
The World's Best Teacher!
Happy Teachers Day
Kreena Rao/ VIII/ DH
Greet your teacher
Greet your teacher
Who builds your future
Be a friend of teacher
They will fill you with good feature
They are like your parents
Who will give you a number of talents
Teachers are those priests
Who show you the way to Christ
Their scolding are that love
Which makes your life easy from the tough
hey are those judge
Who never teach you to be a budge
Teachers always teach you truth
Which makes your life full of fruit
So teachers are the only one
Who make our future.
Vratik Soni/ VIII/ TH
Monday, 5th September: After Assembly students put up a small program for Teachers’ Day Celebrations. Show was anchored by Blessy Maria/XII/DH. The show started by giving a token of appreciation by the students of primary section who were dressed up as their teachers and enacted their role. Speech was presented by Bhumika Nagar/XI/RH.  Mansi Choudhary /VIII/DH mesmerized everyone with her beautiful dance performance.
Rajrajeshwar Singh /III/TH and Mahipal /III/RH performed a duet and mesmerized everyone. Charu vaishnav/VII/DH, Harshita Chouhan /VII/RH and Gungun Sheik /VII/DH gave a beautiful dance performance. Dhavan Choudhary/ IV/ TH, Prayagraj Singh/ IV/ TH and Punit Dave/IV/ RH mesmerized everyone with their beautiful dance performance.  Pooja Dutta /XII/GH sang a melodious song. . Blessy Maria/XI/DH with her mono-acting filled the air with laughter. .Interesting jokes were cracked by Yug Bhati /VII/RH and Mahendar Parihar /VII/DH.
This year teachers also surprised the students by putting up a small show for the students. Mr. Prakash Dangi, Mr. Parth Guin and Mr. Rakesh Kumar presented a mesmerized the students with their melodious voice. Lady Teachers showed their talent by giving a beautiful dance performance. Mr. Tarun Mishra, Mr. Krishna Gopal, Mr.Sunrendra Singh, Mr. Gajendar Mewara and Mr. Rakesh enacted a comedy skit and filled the air with laughter. Compliments were given to teachers with a token of appreciation by Class XI and XII. Games like Musical Chair, Passing the Parcel and Balloon Blasting were played. After the school got over, teachers were shown a PPT made by Class XI in the Staff Room which was followed by refreshments.
Thank you Class XI and XII students for organizing such a rewarding program for teachers! Teachers looked thrilled at the attention they received.

Compliments given to Teachers:
Mrs. Deepika Tandon: The way you teach, the knowledge you share, the care you take. The love you shower makes you…….the world’s best teacher. Thank you so much Principal ma’am for your great support.
Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi: To the world you may be just a teacher but to your students you are hero. 
Mrs Ayesha Tak: Without you we would have been lost. You comforted, pampered, soothed and calmed me, You shared your love when mom was not there, you are great ma’am
Mrs. Bharti Rao: Thank you for teaching us how to read and write, for guiding us to distinguish between what is wrong and what is right .For allowing us to fly as a kite.
Mr. Byju P. Joseph: The best teacher in the world is who teaches from the heart and not from the book.
Mr. Gajendra Singh: Guru tere upkar ka, Kaise chukaun mai mol, Laakh keemti dhan bhala, Guru hain mera anmol.
Mrs. Ishu Chouhan: I am glad; you are always there for me when I need someone to really guide me
Mrs. Kavita Devda: You have been our living inspiration giving us lesson of truth and discipline. Wishing you a Happy Teachers’ day with joy and happiness. .                    
Mr. Krishan Gopal: A good teacher, like a good entertainer, first much holds his students attention and then he can teach his lesson
Mrs. Kusum Dangi: For your patience and caring, kind words and sharing .I just want to say thank you! Happy Teacher’s Day to Kusum Dangi Ma’am.
Mrs. Kusum Sharma: No one is more cherished in this world than someone who listens to the burden of another. 
Ms. Monika Vaishnav: You have added various colors of knowledge to my life you are a wonderful teacher.
Mr. Partha Guin: Those who educate children well are more to be honored than they who produce them far these only gave them life those art of living well.  
Mr. Prakash Dangi: The mediocre teacher tells .The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates, you are the greatest of them all who inspire us.
Mr. Pralay  Nag : You are the kind teacher that fills us with so much quail shot that we can’t move
Mrs. Prerna Rathod: Being one teacher is the highest privilege. Having one teacher like you is the best blessing.     
Mrs. Priyanka Mahatma: You are not only our teacher you are friend, philosopher guide. All molded into one person we will always be grateful for your support.
Mrs. Rajeshwari Rathore: You nurtured me when I budding,You are my inspiration for you made a difference in my life, You mean a lot to me, For you planted a seed of knowledge that will grow forever.
Mr. Rakesh Kumar: Thanks for inspiring hope in me, Igniting my imagination, And instilling in me- a love of learning.
Mr. Sandeep Singh: In technology you made us ready for tomorrow’s challenge. You encouraged and guided us. Thank you for shaping us for the modern world.
Mrs. Sharmila Vijaywargi: A prefect mixture of knowledge and wisdom you have enlightened our path.
Mr. Surendra Singh: The purpose of teacher is not to create students in his own image,
But the purpose is to develop students who can create their own image. And that purpose I see in you.
Mr. Suresh Negi: All say that experience is the best teacher. But for as having you as our teacher is the best experience.
Ms. Swati Sood: Everything we call upon for help you are always, you are sensitive, kind, thoughtful, intelligent, helpful and sweet .These qualities’ attract us to you.
Mr. Tarun Mishra: To the world you may be just a teacher but to your students you are a hero.
Mrs. Urmila Rathore: Apse hi sikha, aapse hi jaana, aap hi KO humne guru hai maana, sikha hai sab kuch aapse humne, kalam ka matlab aapse hai jaana.
Mr. Usman Gani: As you inspired others you added meaning to my life too thanks for being a great inspire always.       
Mrs. Usha Pawar: Shanti ka padhaya path, agyaan ka mitaya andhkar, unhane nafrat per Vijay hai pyaar. 
Ms. Vimmy Rajpurohit: We found guidance, friendship, and discipline and love everything in one person and that person is you. 
Mr. Vineet Kumar: You are people who always help everybody to get the knowledge you always stand beside the students when they have problem thank for being our teacher.
Mr. Zafar Khan: You guided me when I was lost, You supported me when I was weak, You have enlighten me all through.

Thursday, 8th September: The School is happy to inform that two students Manmanvendra Singh/ X/ DH and Lalkar Singh/ X/ TH have been selected in U 17 Football Tournament for State Level tournament. They will represent Pali district. Congratulations to both of them.

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