The School Weekly 20th September 2021

 News & Events
Hindi Diwas was celebrated on 14th September.  Students recited poems and wrote essays and slogans. Last week, three competitions Mehendi Competitions, Origami Competition and Rangoli Completion were organised for classes I to XII. 



Hindi Day
"निज भाषा उन्नति अहै, सब उन्नति को मूल, बिन निज भाषा ज्ञान के, मिटन न हिय के सूल" 
भारतेंदु हरिश्चंद्र जी की ये पंक्तियाँ किसी भी व्यक्ति विशेष को अपनी भाषा के प्रति आदर और प्यार उत्पन्न करने के लिए प्रेरित करती हैं। 
हिंदी दिवस के उपलक्ष्य में द दून गर्ल्स स्कूल, देहरादून की तरफ से हिंदी काव्य पाठ प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया। जिसमें अपनी स्कूल द फैब इण्डिया स्कूल बाली के साथ साथ देश - विदेश के बहुत से विद्यालयों ने भाग लिया। जो निम्न क्रमानुसार थे :
1. ज्ञानश्री स्कूल, नोएडा
2. इंडियन इंटरनेशनल स्कूल, दुबई
3. इंडियन हाई स्कूल, दुबई
4. द दून गर्ल्स स्कूल, देहरादून
5. दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, राजपुरा
6. मसूरी पब्लिक स्कूल, मसूरी
7. देहरादून बॉयज स्कूल, देहरादून
8. फैबइंडिया स्कूल, राजस्थान
उपरोक्त विद्यालयों के छात्रों को अ, ब और स श्रेणियों में विभाजित किया। 
*अ श्रेणी में
 कक्षा III - IV : प्रकृति रस और हास्य रस।
* ब श्रेणी में 
कक्षा V - VI :वीर रस 
* स श्रेणी में 
कक्षा VII - VIII : भक्ति और शांत रस पर कविता पाठ का प्रस्तुतिकरण करना था।
जिसमें हमारी विद्यालय से *अ श्रेणी में वर्तिका सिरवी, कक्षा III ने प्रकृति रस पर कविता पाठ का प्रस्तुतीकरण किया।
* ब श्रेणी में दिव्यांशी सिंह, कक्षा VI द्वारा वीर रस की कविता "झांसी की रानी" का प्रस्तुतीकरण किया।
 * स श्रेणी में हेतल वैष्णव कक्षा VIII ने शांत रस पर आधारित " जो बीत गई वो बात गई" कविता का प्रस्तुतीकरण किया। 
इसी तरह अन्य विद्यालयों के प्रतिभागियों ने अलग - अलग श्रेणियों में कविता पाठ का प्रस्तुतीकरण किया गया। 
धन्यवाद
उर्मिला राठौर
Experience
It was a wonderful experience to participate in the Inter House Mehandi Competition held in our school. I had really enjoyed applying Henna (mehandi) in school on my friend's hands. I also enjoyed sitting in a group with friends in the Activities session. I have learnt many  different designs of henna. I have also improved my Mehedi skills and have  increased my speed of applying Henna on my hand as there was limited time. We have clicked pictures of our mehandi designs in a group. It was really great fun. For me it was a mesmerizing experience.
Ritu Parihar / IX A


The Rangoli Competition  was a great experience for me . I enjoyed it very much and Lalit helped me a lot . It was my best experience in The FabIndia School. I used different colours in my rangoli and  made it so beautiful.
Deeksha Meena / XII Sci.


SCRIBBLE ART 
Doodles are simple drawings that can have concrete representational meaning or may just be composed of random and abstract lines, generally without ever lifting the drawing device from the paper, in which case it is usually called a "scribble".
Khush Rajpurohit / XII Science



Morning Walk
Morning walks help us in keeping our bodies healthy and fit. It is one of the best exercises we can do In the morning , the air is fresh and the atmosphere is calm. This is the best time for a walk in the garden . It is the only time when nature is at her best. There is nothing like a morning walk . It is the time of sunrise . There are dew drops on the grass , flowers and the plants. They look like beautiful pieces of diamond. Birds sing and twitter. This is a good exercise too. It helps to reduce obesity. This is the best exercise for old people. There is a lot of oxygen in the atmosphere. A brisk walk always refreshes and invigorates us. It is seen that the people who go for a walk are more active compared to those who do not do morning walks. 
Tanay Agarwal
Class VIII
Memorable Day at School
Since March 2020, we haven't been able to go to school due to Covid 19 pandemic. My best day at our school was our annual day celebrated in 2019. We used to practice together  with our teachers and our friends . We invited our parents and our chief guest. We enjoyed it together. We had a program at our school. We had our dancing , singing and drama. We had exhibitions also and we presented our drama on the stage to our guests. We welcomed them in our class. We welcomed our chief guests  in our school.  Our principal ma'am  and our parents felt happy to see us on the stage. Our teachers did hard work.  I loved that day very much.
Yakshita Rathore / VI
MOBILE PHONE
A mobile phone is a device used for various purposes. The mobile phone can be used to communicate over long distances without wires. Another name of "mobile phone" is "smart phone". In the beginning, mobile phones were used only for communication but nowadays, it is used for various purposes. It is a multipurpose device. We can use it for watching videos, listening to music, capturing pictures, playing games even students are using it for online classes and study due to covid. It is the most important device now. Mobile phones have helped people to work smartly and efficiently. Mobile phones have many advantages but we should use them in moderation. Excessive use of mobile phones can affect our physical and mental health.
Divyanshi singh / VI

हिंदी
हिंदी हमारी आन है, हिंदी हमारी शान है।
हिंदी हमारी मातृभाषा, हिंदी हमारा राष्ट्रगान है।
हिंदी में ही हमारा साहित्य उत्कर्ष, कहानियां, उपन्यास, लेख और कविता।
हिंदी ने है दिए हमें कबीर, सूर जैसे कवि
प्रेमचंद, निराला, हरिशंकर आदि जैसे लेखक महान। 
हिंदी हैं गर्व हमारी, है लगती वह बहुत प्यारी।
हो जैसे कोई मृदुल गान, करूं मैं इस की वंदना।
हिंदी है राष्ट्र पर सजी हो कोई बिंदी,
हर घर की तोतली आवाज है हिंदी।
हिंदी हमारी वर्तनी, हिंदी हमारा व्याकरण, हिंदी हमारी संस्कृति, हिंदी हमारा आचरण।
हिंदी में है हमारे शब्द, स्वर व्यंजन की पहचान, 
हिंदी है हमारी चेतना, हिंदी है हमारा ज्ञान।
तुझ में है रचा इतिहास हमारा,
तू है भाषा महान,
करूं मैं तुझे सत सत प्रणाम 
करूं मैं, तुझे सत सत प्रणाम।।
रितु परिहार / IX A
मां
धीरे से सुनी तेरी मनमोहक आवाज,
जैसे गहरे समुद्र में तैरता एक अकेला जहाज।
तेरे प्यार के थे हम हमेशा भूखे, 
जैसे बिन पानी गला झटपट सूखे।
तेरे वह काले लहराते बाल 
जैसे चलती मोरनी अपनी चाल।
तेरी आंखें जैसे चमकते हीरे मोती 
इन्हें देख कर मैं हमेशा  तुझमें खोती।
जब - जब तेरी डांट सुनकर में हमेशा रोई,
तब - तब थपथपाहट से तेरी गोदी में सोई।
गलती करने पर तूने हमेशा मुझे मारा,
बाद में तू ही देती थी सहारा। 
तू ही मेरी सबसे अच्छी यार, 
मां मैं तुझसे करती हूं बहुत प्यार ।।
दक्षिता सीरवी/ IX B
हमारे लिए वरदान है हिन्दी 
हमारे लिए वरदान है हिन्दी, 
भारत देश की शान है हिन्दी,
भारतीयों की जान है हिन्दी।
हमारे लिए हमारा ज्ञान है हिन्दी,
हमारे लिए हमारा मान है हिन्दी। 
हमारे लिए वरदान है हिन्दी।।

भारत देश की भाषा है हिन्दी, 
भारत देश की आशा है हिन्दी। 
भारत की पहचान है हिन्दी, 
हमारे लिए सबसे महान है हिन्दी।
हमारे लिए वरदान है हिन्दी।।

सबसे प्यारी है हिन्दी, 
सबसे न्यारी है हिन्दी। 
पूजा करते हैं जिसकी भारतीय, 
वो वरदान है हिन्दी।।
हेतल वैष्णव / VIII A

Making Others Happy
The foremost important thing to make others happy is to be happy with yourself first. Because, if a person is not happy with himself/herself, then he/she won't be able to make anyone else happy. It is well said that happiness comes from within. So try to make yourself happy, cheer yourself up. For that you should not hold any grudges or feelings of hate in your heart for others. Spread happiness among all. Forgive people not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace. Happiness is a state of mind. If you think that you are happy, life will give you more and more reasons to be happy. I recall a wonderful quote which says:
"What we think, we create.
What we feel, we attract.
What we imagine, we become."
Not only this, if someone is happy because of us it will in turn make us happy. And that is the magic of happiness. Happiness does not lie in expensive gifts or surprises; it lies in the small efforts put by others for us. For making others happy, we need not buy them expensive gifts, rather put small efforts like, knowing how their day was, asking them about their problems and insecurities, understanding their silence, not judging them, and be there for them whenever they need us.
Happiness is a huge word which can be achieved by small efforts. I recall an incident from my life. I was travelling in a bus. I was sitting near the window. After two stops an old lady climbed in the bus. The bus was full and there were no empty seats. The lady looked tired and she had difficulty standing. Seeing her condition I felt bad and offered her my seat. She was surprised but she sat on the seat. Then she thanked me and had a big smile on her face. She blessed me and was very happy. Seeing her even I felt happy and I too had a smile on my face. Thus, making others happy gives us happiness.
Prerna Rathod/ Educator

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The School Weekly 13th September 2021

 News & Events
A webinar session was conducted on 9th September by Edumate. TV, where we had a panel of esteemed speakers to satisfy our doubts regarding the topic " How to choose your career in education".
It was an interactive and enlightening session where many students from various schools stood up with their queries to which the panel members gave their opinions. Kusum Sharma and Punita Chouhan were chosen as panel members from our school. Throughout the session we experienced the joy of learning. We have also prepared two team projects on the topics Teacher's Day and Careers in the 21st century. Two teams, each with ten students, have registered. In which we have incorporated stories, articles, poetries, graphic videos, etc. Through this project we got an opportunity to strengthen our communication skills, technologic knowledge and collaborative skills.
Kusum Sharma/ Educator

Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Raja Ram Mohan Roy was hailed as the father of Indian Renaissance. Nineteenth Century India witnessed a remarkable transformation in the Social ideas in the History of India. Age old ‘Sati system’, ie, burning of Widow in her dead husband’s funeral pyre which existed in India was abolished due to the effort of Raja Ram Mohan Roy He was the founder of Brahmo samaj and he also played a vital role in the abolition of Polygamy and Child marriage in India.
Raja Ram Mohan Roy was a great scholar of Persian, Sanskrit and English and a popular social reformer from Bengal. He was in fact Modern India's first social reformer who believed in the principle of social equality and human dignity. Ram Mohan Roy was a blend of the West and the East. Ram Mohan Roy was born on 14 August 1774, in Radhanagar village, situated in the Hooghly district of West Bengal. Ram Mohan Roy was conferred the title 'Raja' by Mughal Emperor Akbar II in 1831 when he visited England as an ambassador of the Emperor. He went to convince the British Government not to overturn the ban on the practice of Sati and to request the British government to increase the Emperor's allowances and pension. Raja Ram Mohan Roy breathed his last on September 27, 1833 at Stapleton near Bristol, due to meningitis. He was buried in Arnos Vale Cemetery, located in southern Bristol.  
Priyanka Deora/XI
Webinar by Ashoka University
The webinar with ashoka University was very informative and knowledgeable. We were introduced to new courses and different opportunities in future. We learnt about the uniqueness of the  university. We came across different courses which provides us wide range of varieties and freedom to opt any course of our choice and gives flexibility to change subjects in mid term. The university is also encouraging students to do good in other skills like dance, music, sports etc. It have multiple sport complex in it's campus and includes skilled based courses as a part of main course. It allows students to come and experience this beautifully place with all backgrounds. This university has been providing 100% scholarships to economics weaker students. The students of this institution have been securing  their job in biggest companies of the globe which includes Google, Microsoft etc. The university is one of the prestigious universities in our Country and have branches across the globe.
Khush Rajpurohit / XII
Communication
“Communication is a skill that you can learn. It's  like riding a bicycle or typing. If you are willing to work at it, you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of life.” - Brian Tracy 
Life Skills are various capabilities that we learn that are required in everyday life, for everyday life , and in everyday life. Among all life skills, communication is quintessential. It is the basis of all our relationships. It is the process of changing our thoughts, ideas, feelings and emotions, any kind of information through speech, behavior, gestures or writing. In our daily life we need to communicate to deal with various concerns and problems. Through our education also, we learn this skill. We are taught to balance both listening, speaking and writing. It helps us in understanding others and hence improves personal relationships. 
"The one easy way to become worth 50% more than you are now - at least - is to hone  your communication skills - both written and verbal ……….".  
Communication essentially boosts growth, teamwork, strengthens self esteem, builds trust, enables effective leadership, helps in decision making  and problem solving skills. We must all focus on honing our communication skills, both verbal and non verbal to have better interpersonal relationships, a happy learning and working environment and a progressive future ahead. 
Tamanna Solanki/ VII

Vartika Sirvi/IV                            Tanishi Chitara/III                                    Mokshi Nagar/ III

Eat Salad and stay Healthy
-: Vegetable salad :-
I prepared a dish called vegetable salad last week.
In which we I took onion, tomato ,beetroot,
cucumber, some salt and chat masala,
Lemon juice,
Then we had to mix all the vegetables.
After mixing, our vegetable salad was ready..
 
         -: Benefits :-
1) It is a very healthy breakfast..
2) it includes vitaminA, vitamin C, fiber,calcium, carbohydrates...
3) Build strong bones
4) Protect our hearts.
5) Helps in weight control.
6) Protect our peepers.
7) Improve muscle performance.
8) Improve skin tone.
9) It makes our body healthy.
Tanishi Chitara /III

मेरी माँ
मेरी माँ का नाम कामिनी है।                
मेरी माँ बहुत प्यारी और समझदार है।                             
वह खाना बहुत ही स्वादिष्ट बनाती है।                                  
घर में सभी उनका सम्मान करते है।                                     
मेरी माँ मेरा खूब ख्याल रखती है।                                          
मेरी माँ रोज मुझे स्कूल का होमवर्क करने में मदद करती है।           
मेरी माँ बहुत ही धार्मिक है।।           
मेरी माँ मेरी सबसे अच्छी दोस्त है।।                                 
वह मुझे सारी चीजें बहुत ही अच्छे से समझाती है।                   
वह मुझे हमेशा आगे बढ़ने की प्रेरणा देती है।।                          
वह मुझे सोते वक्त अच्छी कहानियाँ सुनाती है।                     
मुझे मेरी माँ पर गर्व हैl
खुशान बम्बोली / I

प्रदूषण
प्रदूषण का अर्थ है कि हमारी पृथ्वी को न शुद्ध वायु मिलना, न शुद्ध जल मिलना, न शुद्ध भोजन मिलना और नहीं शांत वातावरण मिलना। इस प्रकार प्रदूषण चार प्रकार के होते हैं- वायु प्रदूषण, जल प्रदूषण, भूमि प्रदूषण और ध्वनि प्रदूषण। वायु प्रदूषण जब पर्यावरण की वायु मे फैक्ट्ररी का धुआँ या इंजन का ध मिल जाता है ।जो वायु की शुद्धता को खराब करता है और साथ ही साथ मानव व जीव जंतुओं के लिए जो हानिकारक होता है। उसे वायु प्रदूषण कहते हैं। जल प्रदूषण जल के बिना पृथ्वी पर जीवन के बारे में कल्पना भी नहीं की जा सकती हैं। जल प्रदूषण नदियों में कूड़ा फेंकने से, कपड़े धोने से तथा गटर का पानी जाने से होता होता है। यह मानव व जीव जंतुओं के लिए हानिकारक है। इसे जल प्रदूषण कहते हैं। भूमि प्रदूषण यह प्रदूषण भूमि पर कूड़ा फेंकने से पेड़ काटने से, भूमि पर कीटनाशकों का उपयोग करने से होता है। इन सभी के कारण भूमि की गुणवत्ता में कमी आती है। ध्वनि प्रदूषण किसी भी प्रकार की अनुपयोगी ध्वनियों को ध्वनि प्रदूषण कहते हैं।इससे मानव और जीव-जंतुओं को कई प्रकार की परेशानियां होती है। मोटर वाहनों का शोर, रेल से होने वाला शोर, डीजे का शोर, फैक्ट्रियों के मशीनों का शोर आदि। इन सभी समस्याओं पर ज्यादा ध्यान दे l पर्यावरण है हम सबकी जान। इसलिए करें इसका सम्मान।।
दिव्यांशी सिंह  / Vl

गणेश चतुर्थी
गणेश चतुर्थी का दिन गणेश जी के  भक्तों के लिए सबसे बड़ा दिन होता है , क्योंकि ऐसा माना जाता है कि इसदिन गणेश जी का जन्म हुआ था। गणेश जी महादेव जी और माता पार्वती के पुत्र है। गणेश चतुर्थी का त्योहार भाद्रपद मास की शुक्ल पक्ष की चतुर्थी तिथि को मनाया जाता है। गणेश जी के बहुत सारे नाम है, जैसे- गणपति, विनायक, लंबोदर, बाल गणपति आदि। इनको विघ्न विनाशक एवम् प्रथम देवता के रूप में पूजा जाता है।
वर्तमान में इस दिन मिट्ठी और प्लास्टर ऑफ पेरिस से बने गणेशजी को घर लाते और उनका मंडप बनाया जाता हैं उसके बाद श्री गणेश जी की स्थापना की जाती है। बच्चे, बूढ़े सब उनकी पूजा करते है। पूजा में उनका प्रिय प्रसाद मोदक होता है। दिन में दो बार पूजा होती है, सुबह और शाम। उसके बाद गणेश जी की मूर्ति को दस या सात दिन बाद धूमधाम से विसर्जन करने लोग नदी, बांध या तालाब में लेकर जाते हैं। इस तरह से गणेशोत्सव मनाया जाता है। प्लास्टर ऑफ पेरिस से बनी मूर्तियों को जब हम पानी में विसर्जित करते है तो ये जलीय जीव जंतुओं के लिए हानिकारक और हमारे पर्यावरण में इससे असंतुलन बढ़ता है इसलिए हम सभी को यह प्रण लेना होगा कि मिट्ठी से बनी गणेशजी की मूर्ति की स्थापना करेंगे जिसे हम एक गमले में डाल के कोई भी पौधारोपण कर सकते है।
सौमांशु सिंह/ VII
Strength of Optimism
Optimism refers to hopefulness and confidence in the future and success of something or someone. Optimistic people emphasize the positive side of a situation and believe that something worthwhile will happen. It is a personality trait that enables the bearer to see opportunities in every difficulty. This attribute is crucial for success because it essentially gives meaning to life. It brings positive change in people’s minds enabling them to overcome life challenges successfully. Optimism is a strength which gives rise to self-confidence that is necessary to attain success and personal achievement. It plays a crucial role in reducing chronic stress and depression.
Optimistic individuals see opportunities in every life event and hence take measurable constructive risks. It nurtures your body and mind during tough times. Those who have optimism as their strength are the ones who have the best lives. They are the ones who have the best relationships, the ones who are filled with the most happiness, and the ones who tend to be the most successful. The choice is completely up to you. You can either choose to be optimistic and live the best life that you have lived so far, or you can be pessimistic and live a life of sadness, anger, and resent. Just remember, pessimists don’t have the ability to change the world, only optimists do. So be optimistic in a pessimistic world, and make the most out of the life that you are blessed enough to live.
Kanak Gehlot/ XI
Compassion
“The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.” ―Mahatma Gandhi
Today we live in a world where we do not see a lot of compassionate people. Whether we accept it or not this seems to be the sad reality, as the majority of people out there ignore the sufferings and pain of other people because it’s not their own. Very easily they turn a blind eye for their own survival. Compassion in its truest sense is the state of mind or an emotion which connects us to humanity or in simple words: that which makes us more human.
People get the feeling of emptiness, anger & sadness when they see other people in pain but they don’t want to do anything for this sadly. We learn to be compassionate only when we see such things happening to us as well, perhaps experiencing prejudice, social scorn, bad luck, accident, etc. Why is compassion so important to humanity? Without it, we would descend into a state of war. We would continually witness 9/11, the detonating of the Atomic bomb, the wicked deeds of the Holocaust. The philosopher Thomas Hobbes once said, “Life is nasty, brutish, and short.” I tend to agree. He also said that without government, “The natural condition of man is a condition of war. Everyone against everyone else. The Dalai Lama stated it best: “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” Compassion is most important for children & can be seeded deep in them, so that later in their lives they grow up to be helpful & empathetic for others.
Kusum Sharma/ Educator
Compassion
According to me compassion means a feeling towards a person who  is in need and showing sympathy towards a person who needs help . Compassion is an emotional feeling towards people who  are  in difficulties and  need help . In today's life many people help each other and show compassion , few of them are like this , who literally show compassion towards people . Not only human beings have to show this feeling , but also for our nature , animals and other things . Sometimes without asking any person we need to understand their problems and this thing must come automatically . 
We must understand the feelings of  a person. Compassion is an act of kindness and empathy or expressing kindness and empathy, for example in our street there are many dogs. Sometimes we feed them and if they are in problems like injured or ill, we show sympathy towards them and help them to recover. If you are compassionate you must think by keeping yourself in the situation of another person who is  in trouble , then you can understand the problem of  others. Sympathy towards others  connects us with people. It helps us get things done, and to deal with power stress and make us leaders , because together we can achieve everything . First, to be compassionate, we have to kind with ourselves by motivating ourselves and others also and by saying encouraging words , incorporating with everyone and by using magic words like thank you etc.
Richa Solanki /Educator

Volume No. 483 Published by The Editorial Board: Ms. Monika Vaishnav, Ms. Urmila Rathore, Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Khush Rajpurohit, Ipshita Rathore, Vishal Rathore, Mangilal Dewasi, Jatin Tripash, Riya Vaishnav, Rahul Vaishnav,Tamanna Solanki, Khush Suthar, Komal Sompura and Kunal Rajpurohit

The School Weekly 06th September 2021

 News & Events
The physical school reopened on 1st of September 2021 for classes IX to XII. The students of the Senior Section organised a programme to celebrate 'Teacher's Day' at School.  It was a mesmerizing day for all the teachers. Inter House Essay Writing competition was organised for classes I to XII on 4th September '21.
Pre Primary section organized a virtual celebration of Teacher's Day on 4th September 2021 . This day is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Radhakrishna, the second President of India . Many students participate in program and reciting shlokas, rhymes, spoke few lines about Teachers and why we celebrate Teacher's Day. Students showed love towards teacher's.

Some Glimpse of Teachers Day Performance : TakshikaParikshit

Gorvi Rathore/UKG                       Jyotirmoy Nag/Class V                   Tanishi Chirata/Class III

Mother Teresa- An Epitome of Humanity
Mother Teresa is one of the greatest humanitarian the world had. Her entire life was devoted to serving the poor and needy people. Mother Teresa received her name from the church after the name St.Teresa. She was a christian by birth and a spiritual lady. She was undoubtedly a saintly lady with oodles of kindness and compassion in her. She was a deeply pious lady and a Catholic christian. Her real name was Agnes Gonxhe Bojaxhiu. Despite being a non Indian, Mother Teresa had spent almost  her whole life serving the people of India. She gave education to poor kids, she began an era of humanity. She built missionaries for homeless people. Later on numerous schools, homes, dispensaries and hospitals were established by her both in and outside of India. She was bestowed with the title 'Saint of our times'. A very beautiful quote was said by her that "If you judge people, you have no time to love them".
Kritika Rajpurohit/Class XI
Applying Henna
Just before you plan to apply henna (Mehndi) on your hands, make sure your hands are clean and properly dried. Avoid any cream and oil on your hands as they act as a barrier on your skin and minimize the absorption of the mehndi into your skin. Henna is a way to express our happiness at any festival.
Applying henna on someone’s hand is just not easy, it’s difficult for the bride to sit for hours and same as the artist it’s a hard task and If you sit in just one position for long time your back starts paining and same as your legs but If you know the bride  then you just gossip and  gossip and the time passes and you don’t even know that when you completed henna design. Now I’m sharing my experience. I started applying mehndi at the age of 13 and at that age, I didn't even know how to make a flower, especially by mehndi cone but I tried and tried. I used to draw a flower on my hand.  Many times the design went wrong but I washed and tried again.
Then my grandmother told me that I can do a trial on her hand. Then I tried it, and it looked very good. My speed was very slow at that time but now I can apply any kind of design on hand. My speed has also increased and I enjoy applying henna and If any festival arrives like Teej, Raksha Bandhan, diwali etc I apply henna on everyone’s hand in my family. Now I’m very good at it.   If you are interested in mehndi you can apply it and learn it.
Kesar Sompura/ Class VIII 

Sports
There are six basic skills of volleyball such as spiking , passing , digging ,setting , blocking , and serving. Skills for setting a ball consists of the following steps –
1. Get to the target.
2. Be ready to move from the target .
3. Beat the ball to the spot.
4. Stop and set spiking skills include the following steps-
5. Approaching quickly.
6. Stretch your arm back.
7. Bring both your arms up.
8. Contact the ball in front of your hitting my shoulder.
9. Hit the ball from the top and Blocking in volleyball involve making good and accurate judgements while watching the setter, the ball and hitter. 
There are two types of step movements 
for blocking –
1. Shuffle step.
2. Crossover step.
And the most important thing in blocking is that the blockers should have good balance stability to develop a consistent block jump. The blockers should keep their fingers wide and 
thumbs up when blocking.
So, the skills and steps given above are to improve your performance and by practising these skills regularly one can increase his/her level of playing.
Navneet Singh Rajpurohit/Class XI

जहाँ चाह वहाँ राह 
जिस काम को हम मन से करना चाहते है , उसके लिए हम दिन - रात मेहनत करते हैं। हमें अपना लक्ष्य के निर्धारित करते हुए प्रयास करना  चाहिए। अन्यथा हमें सफलता नहीं मिलेगी। मजबूत होने वाले लोग वे हैं , जो अपने जीवन में कुछ चमत्कार कर सकते हैं। मानव इच्छा शक्ति बहुत शक्तिशाली है, जो किसी भी कठिनाई को हरा सकती है और आश्चर्यजनक परिणाम दे सकती है। इसका एक उदाहरण मैं बताना चाहती हूँ। 
बबली नाम की एक लड़की राजस्थान के एक गाँव में पली - बढ़ी। उसे बाईक चलाना बहुत पसंद था। जब भी मौका मिलता निकल पड़ती अपने भाई की बाईक उठा कर उसे चलाना सीखने। उसकी माँ ने उसे रोकते हुए कहा - छोरी रहन दे ये छोरियो का काम ना है। पर उस पर तो जुनून सवार था। एक दिन निकल पड़ी अपनी बाईक पर तवांग , अरुणाचल प्रदेश के लिए। 2600 किलोमीटर बाईक चला कर पूरे 53  घंटे का सफर तय कर पहुँच गई तवांग। इस तरह न सिर्फ रिकॉर्ड तोड़ा , बल्कि अपने गाँव का नाम भी रोशन किया। अपने जज्बे से यह साबित किया कि जहाँ चाह है वहाँ राह है। 
Garima Kanwar Rathore/Class V
Courage
Courage is the mental and emotional preparedness and ability to deal with difficulties and challenges. Each person possesses this value, and his or her life must deal with various life challenges. I recall an incident that took place a few days ago at the Vangani station in Mumbai. A person named Mayur Shelkar saved a baby's life in front of the train. The baby was playing at the station, and his mother was blind. While playing, he fell on the track. As his mother was blind, she knew nothing about it. The train got too close to the baby. Mayur Shekar saw this and ran to save the baby without thinking about his own life. And he picked the baby safely from the front of the train and saved his life. This is true courage. Salute to his courage.
Abhilasha Mansion /Class VIII 
पुस्तक - मेरी प्रिय मित्र
पुस्तक जीवन है क्योंकि सब आपको छोड़ सकते है परन्तु पुस्तक नहीं । इसे पढ़ने  की कोई उम्र नहीं होती । इससे आप बहुत सारी खोजों के बारे में पढ़ सकते हो,  इतिहास के बारे में पढ़ सकते  हो, पूरी दुनिया के बारे में और अंतरिक्ष के बारे में जान सकते हो, आप इससे अपना भविष्य बना सकते हो आदि । 
अगर पुस्तक नहीं होती तो शायद आज हम इतने अग्रिम नहीं होते , हमको लिखना नहीं आता , हमको पता नहीं होता कि कौनसा देश कहाँ आया हुआ है आदि ।
पुस्तकें तो बहुत सारी है परन्तु मेरी प्रिय पुस्तक है  मैकेनिकल पुस्तक।  इससे मैं नई नई चीजें बनाना सीखता हूँ, नई चीजों के बारे में जानता हूँ, इसको करने मुझे मजा आता है। जब भी मैं खाली बैठा होता हूँ, तब यह पुस्तक पढ़ता हूँ। यह मेरी प्रिय पुस्तक है।
सौमांशु सिंह राठौड़/कक्षा VII
Compassion
Compassion is as vital to life as the air we breathe. For in the absence of compassion, how many benevolent, selfless and heroic deeds would have happened throughout history?
Compassion is helping to relieve another person’s suffering through acts of kindness, caring, and support. It includes empathy, but it goes beyond that.
Empathy is being present to another person’s suffering. It’s feeling and sensing their emotional experience. It’s being non-judgmental. This doesn't judge how another person is dealing or not dealing with a difficult situation. Compassion is being more concerned with the wellbeing of others, rather than yourself. Being more compassionate helps reduce anxiety by taking your mind off yourself. It gives you a break from your own problems and worries. When you grasp and understand what someone else is going through, you appreciate your own life more.  You realize that your life is okay. You gain a different perspective on your life.
I believe that compassion is the opposite of fear. It’s almost impossible to experience fear when you’re expressing compassion. This is because your mind and heart are totally connected with what the other person is going through. Being compassionate reduces stress, especially when you practice self-compassion. You’ll drive yourself less hard and develop a sense of perspective around your own issues and deadlines. They will seem less important to you. Self-compassion helps reduce burnout. You’ll look after yourself better and take more breaks.
Swabhi Parmar/Educator

Volume No. 482 Published by The Editorial Board: Ms. Monika Vaishnav, Ms. Urmila Rathore, Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Khush Rajpurohit, Ipshita Rathore, Vishal Rathore, Mangilal Dewasi, Jatin Tripash, Riya Vaishnav, Rahul Vaishnav,Tamanna Solanki, Khush Suthar, Komal Sompura and Kunal Rajpurohit

The School Weekly 30th August 2021

 News & Events
The school organized a virtual celebration of National Sports’s Day on 29th August 2021  This day is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Indian hockey legend Major Dhyan chand. Many students participated in the program and showed different activities related to sports. Everybody was inspired to stay fit and healthy. 

Last week, Inter Class Show and Tell Competition was organized for Classes I to V. In which the children showed different objects and described them. It was judged by their Class Teachers.
Result of Show and Tell Competition   
1st   Yugveer Singh                 Class I/Raman House
2nd  Kushan Bamboli         Class I /Gandhi House
3rd   Mandira Rajpurohit         Class I /Raman House

1st    Jaydeep Sompura         Class III/Raman House
2nd   Harshil Parihar         Class III/Gandhi House
3rd    Arvind Danesha         Class III/Raman House
3rd    Himanish Parihar         Class  III/Teresa House

1st      Naksh Parihar         Class IV/Raman House
2nd     Nisha Rathore         Class IV/Gandhi House
3rd      Mahipal Singh              Class IV/Dhyanchand House

1st     Aarav Mehta                  Class V/Teresa House
2nd    Krishnadeep Madhav    Class  V/Dhyanchand House
3rd     Garima Rathore         Class V/Teresa House

BOOKS
Books are our best friends. We get knowledge by reading books. Books provide a huge variety of information to us. I love reading books. We find different stories with morals in books. We can experience new things by reading books. We can practice questions in books. Reading books makes us wise and intelligent. It is a true partner of our life. We get to know about our history through books. We can know our economic, geographic and cultural activities through books. I read books and it improves my English speaking. Books are our true friends.
Jiya Vaishnav / III
Service
Birthday Is  the time to celebrate with friends and family, also it is  the best time to serve the community. Birthdays are special to children, but not everyone can celebrate by participating in parties or gifts. It gives me immense pleasure to help those who are in need on the special occasion of my birthday. Recently I turned 18 years old and in the past, I used to celebrate  my birthday with my family and friends but this year I thought of doing something special. I chose to celebrate my birthday with needy ones and make the day more memorable for me as well as for themselves.
Meet Soni / XI
Tinkering
Ultra Sonic sensor works on 2 input output modules. Trigger and Echo. Trigger sends a signal as ultra sonic sound. It hits back to the obstacles and is recaptured by Echo Pin. Arduino then take the response of the sensor and signals to a component attached to it.  We can attach different components to Arduino like LED, Servo Motor, Water Pump Module etc. Ultra Sonic Sensor can be used to design different types Projects like Blink Stick, Obstacle Avoiding Car, Water Dispenser etc. 
Phulesh Sirvi/XI 
Chari Dance: Rajasthani Folk Dance
Chari Dance is one of the famous folk dances of Rajasthan. It is performed at marriage celebrations, on the birth of a male child and at celebrations and festivals of goodness. During the Chari dance, colorfully dressed, bejeweled women hold earthenware or brass Chari pots on their heads. Often, the Chari are set on lit Diya (oil lamps) or fire with cotton seeds immersed in oil. Dancers carry a flaming pot on their head without touching it, while performing graceful movements of limbs and deep swirls of knees. To make the dance look more attractive, lines of lighted patterns are created as the dancers move quietly around the floor. This kind of dance requires a lot of practice to perform. We need to be very careful while performing it. My mother helped me to learn this dance. It took four days to practice. I was glad that I could perform it in front of my teachers and my friends. This type of dance connects us to our culture. 
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Sonakshi Vaishnav/ V
Importance of Sports
Sports are very essential for every human life which keep them fit and fine and physical strength. It has great importance in each stage of life. It also improves the personality of people. Sports keep our all organs alert and our heart becomes stronger by regularly playing some kind of sports. Sports has always given priority from old ages and now a days it has become more fascinating. Due to the physical activity blood pressure also remains healthy, and blood vessels remain clean. Sugar level also reduces and cholesterol comes down by daily activity. Different people have different interests in sports but the action is the same in all sports. Sports are becoming big channels to make more capital/money day by day and the number of people are also increasing. By playing sports even life age can also be better and free from some diseases. By playing sports lung functional so improves and become healthy because of more amount of oxygen is supplied. Sports also improves bone strength even in old age.
Farhan Khan / XI Science

Happiness
Happiness seems to be the thing that everyone searches for and desires. These days there are so many different things that can make a person happy. Happiness to me is a sort of inner contentment that deep down. I desire just as much as any other person. The word happiness is a complex one and comes in many definitions for every different person. Happiness is not just a word instead, it is related to one's whole life or feeling. it is difficult to describe happiness in words, it can only be felt.
Vedvee Solanki / VI
मेरा सबसे प्रिय मौसम - बारिश का मौसम 
बारिश का मौसम गर्मी के मौसम के बाद में आता है। यह मौसम हर वर्ष जुलाई के महीने में आता है और हमें मई- जून की तपती गर्मी से राहत देता है। यह मौसम जुलाई से सितंबर तीन महीने तक रहता है। बारिश होने से गर्मी से राहत मिलती है। इस मौसम में जीव - जन्तु भी बढ़ने लगते हैं। ये हर एक के लिए शुभ मौसम होता है और इसमें सभी खुशी के साथ ढ़ेर सारी मस्ती करते है। बारिश से फसलों के लिए पानी मिलता है तथा सूखे हुए कुएँ, तालाबों तथा नदियों को फिर से भरने का कार्य वर्षा द्वारा ही किया जाता है। बारिश से चारों ओर हरियाली फैल जाती है। बारिश फसलों के लिए जरुरी है। बारिश में मोर नाचते हैं। बारिश के मौसम में पकौड़े खाने का मन करता है। बारिश से सड़कों के गड्ढ़ो में पानी भर जाता है। इस मौसम में आँधी और तूफान भी आते है। इस मौसम में हम भारतीय कई सारे त्यौहार जैसे रक्षाबंधन , कृष्ण - जन्माष्टमी , गणेश चतुर्थी , ईद - उल - जुहा मुहर्रम आदि को धूमधाम से मनाते है। मुझे बारिश का मौसम सुहावना लगता है। 
Krishnadeep Madhav/ V
My Idol: My Father
My Idol is my father. His name is Pradeep Singh Rajpurohit. His father's name is Shankar Singh Rajpurohit and his mother's name is Bhanwari Devi. My father was born on 04 April 1986. My father did his education from a government school and he did his graduation also. My father was really interested in studies from his childhood and as he was interested in studies, he always used to get first rank in the school. Mathematics and Science are his favourite subjects. Now also whenever I face any problem in solving math sums, he helps me out. He wanted to become a Navy officer but because of some issues he was not able to complete his study. That's why today he is where he didn't want to be. But still he is a fabulous businessman.  My father is now a shopkeeper in Ahmedabad. He sells gents wear clothes. Then on 30th April 2006 he got married to the most beautiful woman of my life, my mom, whose name is Suman Kunwar.  06th October 2007, was a really exciting day for my dad because I was about to come into their life. For every girl her father is special and for me too, but there is something different between us is that we both are best friends. Whenever I make any mistake, my mom scolds me but my dad explains it to me calmly. That's the only reason that I love my dad just a little bit more than my mother.
Himanshi Rajpurohit/ IX
Compassion
Compassion is just an action of kindness towards others that joins the entirety of mankind. Itdoes not need much more effort or huge amounts to spend. There must be a will to listen and find others' circumstances, their problems, feelings, hardships etc. Sometimes our kind words can heal someone, our smiles can satisfy others. Compassion is an urge within us to help others when they are in need. Compassion and cooperation are very important factors among doctors that will lead to a speedy recovery of their patients.  Showing kindness to our fellow creatures is human nature. Love and compassion are the fundamentals of human existence. Compassion is the most impressive power on the planet that can cross the boundaries of caste, religion, nationality etc. This is the thing that prompts people to think about others and help others with a caring nature. The satisfaction that we get from compassionate action is definitely more precious than anything we may surrender simultaneously.
It is so sad to say that in modern life people who are living in cities do not know who are residing nearby. Those people who are living in the same flat are not familiar with each other. They do not know who their neighbors are. There is a lack of communication and personal relationship.  These are the essentials of human life in a society.  Nobody has time to spend with others. Everyone is busy with their own matters.
But there are people who completely dedicated their lives to others. I would like to share a real example of the compassionate action of a person named P.U. Thomas(Thomas Chettan) who is still continuing his service actively for poor people in the native village of Athirampuzha in the district of Kottayam in Kerala. He was born in a poor family. At the age of sixteen, he was admitted to the hospital for surgery. For more than two weeks he was in the general ward of a medical college. The pathetic conditions of suffering poverty and the ill-treatment of patients by the hospital staff struck at him.  He could not forget the reality. He made a strong decision to help needy people. But he was also from a poor family. He was in search of a job. Finally, he got a job in the men’s hostel of Medical College, Kottayam as a mess boy. The miserable conditions of patients were still alive in his mind. He took permission to give the leftover food of the hostel to the patients. He started his service with endless happiness. He could be able to spend some money from his low salary for poor patients to buy medicines. Seeing the heart touching service, some medical students also started to donate money to him. Gradually he approached the nearby hotels for food that remained excess. They all cooperated with him.
His services continued for more than two decades. After that, he was able to register a trust named ‘NAVAJEEVAN’ with the help of some generous people. He was able to provide shelter for mentally disordered patients. Later on, with the help of some voluntary organizations, he was able to get some land property to construct a building to enhance his service. Now it has become the shelter for many orphans, old people, patients etc. The trust is providing many facilities like food, accommodation, blood donation, medical aid etc. His compassionate action is an inspiration for all
Byju Joseph / Educators

Volume No. 481 Published by The Editorial Board: Ms. Monika Vaishnav, Ms. Urmila Rathore, Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Khush Rajpurohit, Ipshita Rathore, Vishal Rathore, Mangilal Dewasi, Jatin Tripash, Riya Vaishnav, Rahul Vaishnav,Tamanna Solanki, Khush Suthar, Komal Sompura and Kunal Rajpurohit

The School Weekly 23rd August 2021

News & Events
On 20th August we celebrated our 29th Founder's Day. On this moment of achievement we extend our heartfelt gratitude to Mr Bissell, his family and friends to envision a center of excellence in the remotest parts of the country. Our gratitude to our Chairman and the dedicated Board Members for their commitment in strengthening the philosophy of affordable, quality education. 
Our special gratitude to the founding principal and his/her team to lay down the foundation of learning. Our sincere gratitude to all our former principals, educators and support staff for carrying forward the legacy of learning, sharing and caring. Our warmest gratitude to all our present day educators, support staff, parents, students, alumni and all our well wishers to strengthen the bond of love and affection.
The school was established in 1992 in Bali, Rajasthan by Sir William Bissell and Sir John Bissell. Aim of The Fabindia School was to provide access to high quality education for boys and girls at the rural level using English as the medium of instruction. The school views primary education as a major stepping stone towards social mobility, equality and employment opportunities. The school has been committed to encourage girls' education in a culture where the parents who can afford an English medium school would send only. To realize the dream of providing educational opportunities for girls, the school gives upto 100 scholarships and 70% are for girls alone. One of the most important values imparted is for students to stay connected to their birth places.
An anecdote
We started with a few but now we are many not only in numbers but also in talents and creativity. Congratulations dears for all your efforts and accomplishments!
I remember my first day at The Fabindia School. I was about a foot shorter and scared to walk around the corner. During the years at this school, I have been able to conquer my fears, face my obstacles and break apparent boundaries and all of this has led me to talk to you today. It is time to reflect on the school’s past and those that have helped to shape who we are, and to acknowledge the community members, both past and present, who have influenced the character and values that embody the vibrant, engaging, and safe environment we see today. We honour our Founding Members as we reflect on the commitment, resilience and dedication they displayed to see their vision come to reality. Our heartfelt gratitude to our Founding Members for opening the gates of opportunities, challenges and accomplishments to fulfil our dreams.
Before I sign off, I would like to share a small message with my fellow friends, You may be facing a little hiccup in your education. Face your fear of what is ahead and jump over those hurdles – but also, acknowledge the great education and the opportunity The Fabindia School has given you.
Thank you and have a joyful day!
Ipshita Rathore
Gratitude Towards the School 
I still remember, when I was in 10th standard and my neighbor's daughters were studying in The Fabindia School. They had their Annual day program, so they asked me and my sister to come to see the program. When I saw the school for the first time, I really liked it because I found something different there. It's structure and students were so amazing. When I was about to complete my graduation, I used to think that if I ever would be a teacher, I would like to teach in The Fabindia School. When I was appointed as a teacher in 2011 after completing my post graduation, it was like a dream came true. I was delighted to be here. It was a little difficult in the beginning, but slowly slowly, I learnt a lot under the guidance of all three Principals and my senior teachers. I have recently completed 10 years in the school. The Fabindia School is more than a school because of it's familiar environment. I really love the natural environment and greenery around the school which is hard to find somewhere else. Here students are given both academic and moral education. I am glad to be a part of The Fabindia family. On the occasion of Founder's Day, I would like to convey my gratitude to all those who made this wonderful school for the kids.
Monika Vaishnav/ Educator
Founder's Day: A memorable Day of the Year
Due to Coronavirus, this year we had a virtual celebration of Founder's Day and this day has become a memorable day of the year. I participated in the program. I performed a dance. I was praised by parents, teachers, students, Principal ma'am etc . Though I can't go to school, so I practiced a lot for my dance and danced in the program. I was excited for the program as it is the day when our school was established and we can show our happiness being a part of this school. Many children participated in the program, it seemed like we were in the school. I really enjoyed it thoroughly. I am glad that our teachers organized this program for us and gave us a chance to show our talent. 
Dharvi Dave 
Class VI
*My Good School *
If I could...
Erase all the pain,
Etched on each and every face.
Reach out to all those,
Who are famished to death.
Console all the hearts,
Who are mourning their lost ones.
Kill the helplessness, 
Of not meeting each other.
Return all the smiles,
Missing in every face.
And finally, 
Open all the closed doors,
Of my beloved learning center ‐ my school.
My school that is my energy drink,
My school that is my power nap,
My school is 'My Good School' .
Tamanna Solanki 
Class ‐ VII B

TYPES OF LEAVES 
I collected many leaves from my garden. They all are of different sizes and shapes. Then I pasted them on paper according to ascending order. Then I measured them using a scale. All have different measurements. I collected these leaves from tulsi, rose, lemon, grapes, neem, ashoka, money plant and pomegranate plants. In this way, I came to know about different leaves and am now able to identify these plants. 
Jaydeep Sompura (Class III)
Tokyo Olympic 2021
The 2021 summer Olympics was held in Tokyo Japan. It was an international multi-sport eventheld from 23rd July to 8 August 2021 in Tokyo Japan with some preliminary events that began on 21st July. Tokyo was selected as the host city during the 125th IOC session in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 7 September 2013. Originally scheduled to take place from 24 July to 9 August 2020, the event was postponed to 2021 in march 2020 as a result of the covid-19 pandemic, the first such instance in the history of the Olympic game. It was largely held behind the closed doors with no public spectators 
permitted due to the declaration of a state of emergency in the greater Tokyo area in response to the pandemic. Around 205 Nations participated in the Tokyo Olympic 2021. There were around 11, 656 athletes who had participated in the Tokyo 2021 Olympics and the total events were 339 in 33 sports. The Tokyo Olympic 2021 was opened by emperor naruhito and was closed by IOC President Thomas bach. 
This year's Olympics was very successful for India. India has sent its largest ever contingents of 126 competitors to the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. The Indian contingent participated in a record 69 events and earned medals across 18 athletic disciplines. India had won 7 medals, 1 gold, 2 silver and 4 bronze medals. In the men’s javelin throw Neeraj chopra won India’s first ever gold in athletics, the nation’s second ever individual gold and first individual gold since 2008. mirabai chanu won India’s first ever silver in women’s weightlifting (49 kg), becoming the first Indian Olympic medalist in the sports since 2000, while PV Sindhu won a bronze in women’s badminton to became the first Indian female athlete and second Indian to win two consecutive Olympic medals for individual events. The men's national field hockey team won the bronze medal, Ravi Kumar dahiya won silver medal in wrestling, lovlina borgohain won bronze medal in boxing, and bajrang punia won bronze medal in wrestling. In the Olympic medal tally India stands on 48th position. The USA stands in 1st position on the medal tally, China stands in 2nd position and Japan stands in 3rd position.
Jaswant Singh/Class XI
मेरा बस्ता
मेरा बस्ता मुझे बहुत अच्छा लगता है।
मेरे बस्ते का रंग हल्का गुलाबी है। यह रंग मेरा पसंदीदा है । मेरे बस्ते में 5 तरह की पॉकेट हैं। बस्ते में मैं अपनीकॉपी किताब रखता हूँ। जब मैं पढ़ाई करता हूँ तब बस्ते को उठाकर तभी किताब निकालना हूँ। पढ़ाई करने के बाद मैं अपना बैग जगह पर रखता हूँ। आगे की पॉकेट में मेरे पेंसिल इरेज़र बॉक्स रखता हूँ। साइड की पॉकेट में वाटर बोतल रखता हूँ। इस तरह से मेरा बस्ता मुझे जान से भी ज्यादा प्यारा है। मेरे बस्ते पर मोटू पतलू का चित्र बना हुआ है ,जो मुझे बहुत अच्छा लगता है। मेरा बस्ता मेरे पिताजी ने मुझे दिलाया है। मेरे बस्ते को रखने की एक व्यवस्थित जगह हैं।
युगवीर सिंह
कक्षा: I
स्वतंत्रता दिवस
15 अगस्त के दिन को हम स्वतंत्रता दिवस के रूप में मनाते हैं । भारत को 15 अगस्त, 1947 के दिन  आजादी प्राप्त हुई थी । इस दिन भारत के प्रथम प्रधानमंत्री पं. जवाहर लाल नेहरू ने लाल किले पर राष्ट्रीय ध्वज फहराया था। हम स्वतंत्रता दिवस बहुत उत्साह से मनाते हैं। अनेक स्थानों इस दिन चहल-पहल होती है। लोग तिरंगा झंडा फहराकर एक-दूसरे को स्वतंत्रता दिवस बधाई देते हैं। हम भी हमारे विद्यालय में स्वतंत्रता दिवस मनाते हैं । विद्यालय, रेलवे स्टेशन और अनेक कार्यालय में झंडा फहराया जाता है। हमारी प्रधानाध्यापिका हमारे विद्यालय में झंडा फहराती है। अनेक सांस्कृतिक कार्यक्रम होते हैं। अंत में लड्डू वितरण भी होता है। 
जय हिंद।
महेशपाल सिंह
कक्षा Vl
Compassion 
Compassion means having feelings of sympathy or consideration for others. One can feel pain or understand the problems and difficulties of others and help them in whichever way they can help. We do this for the comfort of the person who is unhappy or in pain or difficulty.
The feeling of compassion is there in each and every person. But only few are able to express compassion towards others as they know how it feels to be distressed. On the other hand some are not able to express it as they have no feeling in their heart for others i.e. they are selfish. There are other values connected with compassion like love, care, empathy, kindness, humility, etc. These values help us to stay connected with each other and care for one another. Compassion is an important value which can keep humanity alive. If there is no humanity in us, then the world will become a depressed place and only hatred and war will be left.
As educators and parents we must inculcate this value of compassion in our children by doing small work like helping others, caring for our pets and also stray animals, being polite to elders and giving them time, sharing food with our friends when they have forgotten their lunch box, talking to the person who is sad or unhappy, etc. When children will see their parents and teachers doing these acts of kindness, they will also do the same and thus, compassion will be inculcated in them.
Prerna Rathod/ Educator
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