Mahal or Chandra Niwas is the most commanding building in the City Palace
complex, on its west end. It is a seven-storeyed building and each floor has
been given a specific name such as the Sukh-Niwas, Ranga-Mandir, Pitam-Niwas,
Chabi-Niwas, Shri-Niwas and Mukut-Mandir or Mukut Mahal. It contains many
unique paintings, mirror work on walls and floral decorations. At present, most
of this palace is the residence of the descendants of the former rulers of
Jaipur. Only the ground floor is allowed for visitors where a museum is located
that displays carpets, manuscripts and other items that belonged to the royal
family. There is beautiful roof from peacock gate at the entry to the Mahal. It
has screened balconies and a pavilion at the where a panoramic view of the city
can been seen. It is set amidst well laid out gardens and a decorative lake in
"Sukh Nivas" or the "Hall of Rest" - Sukh
Niwas is painted in Wedgewood blue fully decorated with white lining. Sukh
Niwas has the drawing and dining room of the Maharaja which is fully ornamented
with mughal miniatures, silver and glass dining tables. Chandra Mahal 3rd floor
is called "Rang Mandir". In this there are small and large mirrors in
wall, pillars and ceilings. "Shobha Nivas" – It is on the 4th floor
of the Chandra Mahal. It is also known as "Hall of Beauty". The walls
of the Shobha Nivas are fully decorated with mirror walls with blue tiles
Singh Ranawat finished his XII Commerce in 2013. Then he finished his BCom.
from JG College of Commerce, Ahmedabad. He was good in Sports especially
Cricket and Football. He participated in both Inter School and Inter House
Tournaments. He played at State Level too. He was the Head Boy at The Fabindia
School in 2012. He was a good athlete too. Nowadays he is studying in Thani
Mewad RO, Jaipur. He is the Youth Leader of Bhartiya Janta Party. (Batch
Monday 20th February: Staff had a meeting with the Principal where they discussed about
the format of papers for Final Examination and to prepare question papers for
the exams by the given date. Deep
condolence from staff to Mr. Surendra Singh on the demise of his father and
Rakesh Kumar on the demise of his uncle. May their soul rest in peace!
Editor, RRE: Rajeshwari Rathore)
ED: When did you join the school?
RRE: I joined the school on 3rd
ED: Who was the Principal at that time?
RRE: The Principal at that time was Jayant
ED: What kind of environment was there in
the school at that time
RRE: The environment at that time was very
good and kind.
ED: What is behavior of the staff towards
RRE: The behavior of the staff at that time
towards me was very nice. Every teacher helped me in every problem. When I need
them they are always there to help me they give me solutions and suggestions
for the problem that I have.
ED: What development have you seen now?
RRE: When I started teaching in school it
was not much developed, nowadays I see the development of technology in school and
the school is also developing day by day
ED: What changes would you like to see in
RRE: I want to see changes in my students
that they must respect elders and small children. I want them to speak fluent
English and help others to speak English.
ED: Are the students who have left the
school still in contact with you?
RRE:Yes, some students are still in contact with me like Sejal Ojha and
ED: What message would you like to give the
RRE: The message that I would like to give
the students that they should respect elders and small children and I want them
to pay attention in their studies.
Maha Shivaratriis a Hindufestival celebrated
annually in honour of god Shiva. There is a Shivaratri in every luni-solar month of the Hindu
calendar, on the month's 13th night/14th day, but once a year in late winter
(February/March, or Phalguna) and before
the arrival of spring, marks Maha Shivaratri which means "the Great Night of
Shiva". It is a
major festival in Hinduism, but one
that is solemn and marks a remembrance of "overcoming darkness and
ignorance" in life and the world. It is observed by remembering Shiva and
chanting prayers, fasting, doing Yoga, and meditating on ethics and virtues
such as self-restraint, honesty, no injury to others, forgiveness, and the
discovery of Shiva. The ardent
devotees keep awake all night. Others visit one of the Shiva temples or go on
pilgrimage to Jyotirlingams. This is an
ancient Hindu festival whose origin date is unknown.
Shivaratri is an annual festival dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, and is
particularly important in the Shaivismtradition of Hinduism. Unlike
most Hindu festivals which are celebrated during the day, the Maha Shivaratri
is celebrated at night. Furthermore, unlike most Hindu festivals which include
expression of cultural revelry, the Maha Shivaratri is a solemn event notable
for its introspective focus, fasting, meditation on Shiva, self study, social
harmony and an all night vigil at Shiva temples.
The significance of dance tradition to this festival has historical
roots. The Maha Shivaratri has served as a historic confluence of artists for
annual dance festivals at major Hindu temples such as at Konark, Khajuraho,
Pattadakal, Modhera and Chidambaram. This event is called Natyanjali,
literally "worship through dance", at the Chidambaram temple which is
famous for its sculpture depicting all dance mudras in the ancient Hindu text
of performance arts called Natya Shastra. Similarly, at Khajuraho Shiva temples,
a major fair and dance festival on Maha Shivaratri, involving Shaiva pilgrims
camped over miles around the temple complex, -Anumesh Rao/ VIII/ GH
25th February: Amrit Choudhary/ XI and Jay Rawal/XI were
selected as Student This Week for their performance at Khitij, Gudgoan which
they had participated in last week. They secured First Position out of thirteen
schools that had participated there.
Students of the School
Orchestra have learnt to play musical instruments and are conducting a Musical
Assembly on their own without the help of their Music Teacher.
Monday 20th February: Special Assembly was organized for Computer Week. Mr. Usman Gani
started the week by speaking on the ‘Importance of Computers in daily life
Day1 Monday 20th February
Spoke about Importance of Computers
Spoke about Generations of Computers
Diksha Choudhary/VIII/GH: Spoke about (IT) Information Technology
Day2 Tuesday 21st February
Devika Choudhary/IX/TH: Spoke about ERP Software Fedena
Rakesh Suthar/IX/TH: Spoke
about Social Media.
Day 3 Wednesday 22nd February
Vinod Choudhary/VIII/GH: Spoke about History of Computer
Devika Choudhary/IX/TH: Spoke about Email
Spoke about Twitter
Manjeet Mansion/VIII/DH: Spoke about William Henry Gates II
Khushal Singh Rajpurohit/VIII/DH: Spoke about Charles Babbage KH FRS
Uma Choudhary/VIII/TH: Spoke about advantages and disadvantages of Internet.
Day 4 Thursday 23rd February
Khushal Singh Rajpurohit/VIII/DH: Spoke about Steve Jobes.
Spoke about Online Banking.
Diksha Choudhary/VIII/GH: Spoke about Online Shopping.
Day 5 Saturday 25th February
Devika Choudhary/ IX/TH: Quizzed the Assembly
Khushal Singh Rajpurohit: Quizzed the Assembly.
Practical work based on
the above topics was carried out in their respective classes of Computers.
Tuesday 21st February: Mrs. Rajeshwari Rathore gave an Assembly talk on the occasion of
‘International Mother Language Day.’ She told the children why this day was
celebrated and its importance. She also told about their mother tongue.
Saturday, 25th February: Mr. Byju Joseph/HOD Sc, gave an
Assembly Talk on the discovery of new seven Earth like exoplanets by NASA. He
explained that exoplanets are the planets which are outside of the solar system.
These 7 planets are revolving around the star called TRAPPIST-1. Out of these
seven planets, in three planets life may be possible but we can't go there
because it is 40 light years away from the earth. NASA have identified 1,284 new exoplanets. There
are totally 3,449 exoplanets in the Universe.