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. 
My Video Link : Click here
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
Volume No. 480 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 16th August 2021

News & Events

Academics: Unit Test II has been conducted with a 360 Assessment procedure; includes Project Work, Class Tests, Notebook upkeep and MCQ Based Testing.
On 15th August, Flag Hoisting was done at the school by our Principal Ms. Rajeshree Shihag. 

             
Tree Plantation was done by District Magistrate Ms. Seema Mewara and Magistrate Mr. Pratap Singh and Mr. Siddharth Bhardwaj, Child Act officer on the occasion of 75th Independence Day.
               

Virtual Independence Day Celebration
75th Independence Day celebrations mesmerized the audience. Cultural program was conducted on the virtual platform with full enthusiasm. Students were enthusiastic in exhibiting patriotism in every move of their actions.
Our students sang/performed in the confines of their homes and sent us back the videos. We compiled these videos and presented them online. Few students gave speeches and sang songs live. The names of the winners of IH Sanskrit Shlok and Tattoo Making Competitions were announced during the celebrations.
Dialogues of Rani Laxmi Bai by Garima Rathore : Click here


Our Thoughts
75 वे स्वतत्रता दिवस के अवसर पर उन सभी वीर जवानो को नमन करता हूँ जिन्होने आजादी के खातिर अपने प्राणन्योशावर कर दिए। हमारे देश के सिपाही हमारे देश की सेवा करते हैं। हमारे देश की रक्षा करते हैं हमारे देश के दुश्मनों से लड़ते हैं और हमारी सुरक्षा करते हैं। वह देश की रक्षा के लिए अपने प्राण त्यागने मेंभी संकोच नहीं करते हैं                                                 भारत का वीर जवान हूँ में,                                                  ना हिन्दू ना मूसलमान हूँ                                                 जख्मो से भरा सीना है मगर                                                 मगर दुश्मन के लिए चट्टान हूं में                                                 भारत का वीर जवान हूं में। My Video : Click here Harshil Parihar Class III
Experience
When my teacher told me to do a short role play of our real hero and a great freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad for the celebration of our 75th Independence Day, I became so excited as he is the true example of freedom and inspiration of millions of Indians. We can never forget his sacrifice for our country. He loved his country more than anything. I was glad to play a short role play of such a great person. I learnt the dialogues and practiced with my teacher through voice calls and video calls. My grandmother and my mother helped me to dress up and to make the video. It was such a wonderful experience for me. We all should remember the sacrifices of our freedom fighters as because of them, we are enjoying our freedom today. We should never do things which harm our country. We must think of how we can make our country more beautiful and a peaceful place to live.
My Video : Click Here
Jyotirmay Nag/Class V
Skills
Some Glimpse of Projects made by children
                
                              Kalpana Inda/Class VI                                              Vedvee Solanki/VI

Clay Art
My name is Devanshi Ojha. I study in Second Class. I have made the happy and sad face using colourful clay. I have many colours of clay. First I made a circle and then used a bowl to cut it into the proper shape. Then I used black clay to make eyes and hair. Then I used red clay to make a smile and a sad face. I can make many other toys like cars, dolls, huts, apples or any other fruits and vegetables. I enjoyed doing this activity and by this I have learnt that all the colours are so beautiful and we can use it to make different things. 
Devanshi Ojha/Class II
Champion Zone

It was a lovely time which I spent with KidEx in these months. Each activity was awesome and fun to do. Each activity was so meticulously designed to bring me out of my comfort zone and analyze my full potential. I really think that every student should participate in this championship and identify their hidden talents. I would like to thank principal ma'am, my parents, and teachers for being supportive. I would like to extend my sincere gratitude to Jitendra Sir who introduced me to this event and helped me to excel. Thanks, KidEx for giving such a good experience.
Khush Rajpurohit/ Class XII Science

Hard Work 
Hard work is very important in a human's life. The person who is working hard can achieve success and happiness in his life. When a person works hard and gets success in life, then the happiness he gets cannot be compared to anything. 
Hard work determines our value in life. Diligence is the weapon of human life on the strength in which he can overcome even the most severe crisis. There is a well-known proverb that says if there is no pain, then there is no gain. Hard work never goes wasted. Man can solve all problems in his life by working hard. No work in the world can be successful or accomplished without hard work. Nothing is easy to achieve in life without doing any work. Therefore, it has been said that hard work is the key to success.
Mohita Solanki / Class VIII 
Birsa Munda 
Birsa Munda was an Indian freedom fighter, religious leader and folk hero from the Munda Tribe of the Chhota Nagpur Plateau area. His spirit of activism is remembered as a strong mark of protest against British rule in India. He was spearheaded behind the Millenarian movement that arose in the Bengal Presidency. He was born on 15 November 1875 in Ulihatu in Bengal Presidency,  now in Khunti District of Jharkhand. He was named after that day according to the then prevalent Munda custom .
    
Hetal Vaishnav /Class VIII
मनुष्यता 
‘मनुष्यता’ एक बहुत छोटा सा शब्द लगता है परंतु इसका अर्थ महत्वपूर्ण है। यह लोगों की एक दूसरे के प्रति
भावना का आभास है। मनुष्यता के कई रूपों में दिखाई दे सकती है- जैसे सद्भावना, एक दूसरे की फिक्र करना, सहायता करना आदि। यह सब बोलना और देखना आसान है परंतु इन बातों पर अमल करना उतना ही कठिन है, कोई भी इंसान किसी की बुराई देखने में देर नहीं करता परंतु गुणों को देखने में देर करता है। आज की दुनिया में मानवता दर्शाने वाले कम और नफरत, निर्दयता दर्शाने वाले अधिक मिलेंगे। लोग एक दूसरे की कदर नहीं करते तो उनकी भावना के बारे में सोचना दूर की बात है मनुष्यता एक ऐसा गुण है जिसके होने पर सब अच्छा है परंतु न होने पर सब बुरा। मनुष्यता से ही मानव बनता है, इस समय लोग इसके आवश्यकता को नहीं समझ रहे हैं परंतु इसे समझना अनिवार्य है। यदि मनुष्यता नहीं तो मानव नहीं।  
लोग इतने स्वार्थी हो गए हैं कि वह अपने अलावा दूसरों के बारे में बुरा ही सोचते हैं। ऐसा लिखने के पीछे भी तथ्य है, कोरोना महामारी के दौरान लोग दवाइयों की कालाबाजारी कर रहे हैं, जमाखोरी कर रहे हैं, इतना ही नहीं अन्य वस्तुओं की भी जमाखोरी करके उसको ऊँचे दाम पर बेच रहे हैं। 
मनुष्यता केवल बोलने से नहीं होती, यह एक भावना है जो किसी की परेशानी देखकर आती है और उसकी सहायता के लिए जब हम सबसे पहले खड़े रहे, तब समझ सकते है कि हममें मानवता है। आज जानवरों में मनुष्य से कहीं ज्यादा अपनापन है क्योंकि जानवर अपने स्वार्थ में किसी का बुरा नहीं सोचते और यदि हमें अपनी आने वाली समय को उज्जवल करना है तो आज ही हमें मनुष्यता का सही अर्थ समझना होगा। इस कठिन दौर में यह आवश्यक है कि हम हर इंसान के लिए मदद करने को तत्पर रहें। यह महामारी शायद हमें यही सीख देने के लिए है। 
मनुष्य एक सामाजिक प्राणी है और वह समाज में रहता है। जब समाज में रहता है तो एक दूसरे की मदद करना भी आवश्यक है, तभी तो उसकी सामाजिकता दिखेगी। जब हम संकट में होते हैं तब मदद की गुहार लगाते हैं, ललचाए हुई निगाहों से चारों तरफ मदद की आस करते हैं। लेकिन कभी सोचा है जब कोई और संकट में था तब हमने मदद की या नहीं। स्वयं के लिए चिल्लाने लग जाएँगे परंतु अपनी तरफ से देने का प्रयास नहीं करेंगे।
 समय की गरिमा को समझते हुए हमें एक दूसरे की मदद करने की आवश्यकता है। स्वार्थ सिद्धि छोड़कर एकजुट हो जाएँ तो यह महामारी दुम दबाकर भागेगी और मनुष्यता विजई होगी।
कृतिका राजपुरोहित / कक्षा-  ग्यारहवीं (विज्ञान)
करुणामय जीवन
महात्मा गाँधी जी,मदर टेरेसा, मार्टिन लूथर किंग, जूनियर और डेसमंड टूटू जैसे लोगों का जीवन इतना प्रेरणादायक करुणामय जीवन के कारण ही है।
करुणा अपने आप में एक महत्वपूर्ण जीवन कौशल है। करुणा एक चरित्र लक्षण है जो हर किसी में मौजूद है। यह आश्चर्य की बात नहीं है कि करुणा एक प्राकृतिक प्रवृत्ति है क्योंकि यह मानव अस्तित्व के लिए आवश्यक है। करुणा से दूसरे के दुख को महसूस किया जाता है और इस दुख से बाहर निकलने में उसकी मदद करने की एक प्रबल इच्छा शामिल होती है। आम बोलचाल में सक्रिय करुणा दूसरे की पीड़ा को कम करने की इच्छा है। करुणामय जीवन शैली अपनाने से सामाजिक संबंध को बढ़ावा देने , शारीरिक और मनोवैज्ञानिक स्वास्थ्य में सुधार करने में मदद मिलती है। करुणा वास्तव में दुनिया को बदलने की क्षमता रखती है। करुणा के अभ्यास को स्वास्थ्य के लिए उतना ही महत्वपूर्ण समझा जाता है जितना कि शारीरिक व्यायाम और एक स्वस्थ आहार, हालांकि यह एक ऐसा गुण भी है जिसे कभी-कभी भुला दिया जाता है।
करूणा को भुलाया न जाये इसके लिए हमें कुछ बातों को ध्यान में रखना होगा जो कि इस प्रकार से हैं :-
1. दूसरों को हमेशा प्रेरित करें।
हम दूसरों की मदद करके , उत्साहजनक शब्द बोल के और दूसरों के प्रति सकारात्मकता सोच रखकर किसी को भी प्रेरित कर सकते हैं। अपने जीवन में धन्यवाद, शुक्रिया जैंसे शब्दों को अपनी दैनिक दिनचर्या में शामिल करें।
2. दयालुता का अभ्यास करें।
एक दिन में दयालुता के कम से कम दो अलग-अलग कृत्यों का अभ्यास करने का प्रयास करें। इसमें गरीबों को कपड़े दान करना, दूसरों की मदद करना ,भोजन परोसने में अपनों की मदद करना, दूसरों की बातों को ध्यान लगाकर सुनना , दूसरों के कार्यों के लिए उनकी प्रशंसा करके , उनके दिन के बारे में प्रश्न पूछना, और उनके साथ अपने जीवन की ख़बरें साझा करना आदि चीजें शामिल हो सकती हैं ।
3. दोस्तों और परिवार के साथ समय व्यतीत करें ।
हर समय "व्यस्त" रहने के लिए जीवन बहुत छोटा है। हम सभी की आदत होती है कि हम अपने कामों को करने की दैनिक भागदौड़ में फंस जाते हैं। अपना काम करने के लिए समय निर्धारित करें और परिवार और दोस्तों के साथ कुछ समय जरूर व्यतीत करें।
4. उत्साहवर्धक शब्दों का प्रयोग करें ।
आज की दुनिया नकारात्मकता में डूबी हुई है। ऐसा लगता है कि कुछ भी अच्छा नहीं हो रहा है। जो भी काम हम करते हैं वह अक्सर सही नहीं होता है। लोग जो कुछ भी गलत करते हैं, उस पर ध्यान देने के बजाय, अपनी आवाज़ का उपयोग करके उन्हें बताएं कि वे क्या सही कर रहे हैं और उन्हें अपने लक्ष्यों की दिशा में काम करना जारी रखने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करें।
5. गले लगना या हाथ मिलाना।
गले लगना या हाथ मिलाना करुणा दिखाने का एक शक्तिशाली और सबसे सरल तरीका माना जाता है। दूसरों को यह दिखाने के लिए कि आप उनकी परवाह करते हैं, इसके के लिए दूसरों को गले लगाने और उनसे हाथ मिलाने का प्रयास जरूर करें।
सुरेश सिंह नेगी / Educator
BRAIN
The brain is the most complex and mysterious organ and still, scientists are researching how itworks. The brain is two percent of our whole body weight but it uses approximately 20% energy of our body. As our body is made up of cells the brain is also made up of neurons which are also called brain cells, and approximately three billion euros collectively form our brain. If you talk about the structure of a neuron it has different parts like dendrites, axon, and terminal bottom where dendrite is a hair-like structure. The axon is the middle part of the neuron and the terminal bottom is the tail. Whenever we see something, listen to something or feel something, our senses organs since electrical signals to our brains through these neurons only and the brain interprets this information. 
I'm green, which is divided into two parts: left and right. Whenever we do something with our left side, it is right green work and whenever we do any work with our right side or left brain is working again. The brain is divided into three parts, which are four brain midbrain and hindbrain. The brain constitutes the cerebrum which is the biggest part of our brain and approaches 70% of our brain. In this part maximum foods are there and it decides our thinking power and behavior. It also controls the contraction and relaxation of our muscles. Another part is telecasters and the hypothalamus which gives us information about temperature and the hypothalamus which controls our feelings.
Green consists of two parts which are tectum and taguanum. These parts receive information from the outer area and send it to the cerebrum.
The hindbrain consists of three parts, the medulla oblongata cerebellum, and pons where the cerebellum controls the balance of our body and the medulla oblongata controls involuntary actions like a breeding heartbeat, etc.
Urvish Singh/ Educator

Volume No. 479 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 09th August 2021

 News & Events
Unit Test II will start for classes I to XII from 9th August 2021. Last week, a Sanskrit Shlok competition was organised for class I to XII. Participants  also got points for their houses. 
Result of Sanskrit Shlok Reciting Competition
Primary Section
1st- Yugveer Singh (RH) / Class I
2nd- Garima Rathore (TH) / Class V
3rd- Sonakshi Vaishnav (DH) / Class V
Middle Section
1st- Tamanna Solanki (DH) / Class VII
2nd-Nakul Vaishnav (TH) / Class VIII
3rd- Abhilasha Mansion (RH)/ Class VIII & Hetal Vaishnav (RH) / Class VIII
Senior Section 
1st- Ipshita Rathore (RH) / XII Science
2nd-Divya Chouhan (TH) / IX A
3rd- Khush Rajpurohit (DH) / XII Science
Judges for Primary Section
Ms. Ayesha Tak
Ms.Rajeshwari Rathore
Judges of Middle Section
Ms. Jyoti Sen 
Meenakshi Choudhary/ XII
Judges of Senior Section
Mr. Krishna Gopal Sir
Vinita Sirvi / XII Humanities 
Ipshita Rathore / XII Science
 
Some Glimpse of Sanskrit Shloks 
Abhilasha Mansion / VIII A : My Video
Hetal Vaishnav /VIII A : My Video

Service

Mother's Job is a Selfless Job

My mother's name is Manju Parihar. She is 38 years old. She is a housewife. My mother cooks delicious food. My mother's hobbies are stitching clothes and watching TV. She likes to  eat sweets. She always helps me with my homework and always takes care of me. I love my mother so much she always wakes up at 5 o'clock to make all the things ready for us.  She is the most beautiful woman in the world. She fulfills all her responsibility without making any complaints. She takes care of her three children very well. She never gets tired or bored of cooking for her children. She always does the things which make us happy. Mother is the person who changes a house into a home. Mother's love never changes for her sons or daughters whether they are children or adults. She manages our home very well and looks after every member of my family. I love mom very much and I know she loves me the most.
-Naksh Parihar/IV
Skills
Tinkering Session 
Students learned about Arduino and its connection with different sensors and electronic components. A Servo Motor has in total 3 connection pins Power,GND & Signal. It works on digital signals. Using Code Blocks, we made the servo motor rotate from 0 to 180 Degree and reverse. 
Science Club Session
An Interactive season with students from class 5th to 8th on STEM Education was conducted by Malshree Kalla, co-founder of Ignited Mindz Innoventures. Our Kids shared their thoughts on “How to know the exact time looking at shadow”. They also learnt about SUNDIAL

DO SOMETHING CREATIVE EVERY DAY
Art and craft are the creations that we do with our hands. Art and craft are excellent hobbies. We can express our creativity and enjoy the pleasure of expressing our inner thoughts and feelings. We feel so happy and content when someone appreciates our art and craft work. Every person cannot become a good artist or craftsman. Often they are born with talent. "Every artist is first an amateur", said Ralph Emerson. Their talents have to be nurtured and improved. Art and craft are appreciated by everyone in the society. They are so beautiful to look at. Artistic paintings and articles are purchased in exhibitions at high prices. Crafts are displayed in the front room of a house or hotels and are also placed on the office tables. Developing skills in art and craft is very good and useful. Children learn creative and imaginative skills by these activities. The government of India encourages art and craft. There is a showroom for them in every city for tourists and visitors. Often a fair is organized to display new artistic items and crafts in every city. Ancient India has a rich tradition of art and craft. There are many training camps during summer and winter on art and craft skills. It is very useful to join them. It will start a new angle in our career. Picasso said, "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist when we grow up".
Divyani Rao/X A
Experience 
I was very excited to  participate in the Shlok  Competition. I was very happy because it was the first time I was participating in a  Sanskrit Shlok Competition. I  recited two shlokas and explained its meaning in Hindi. Reciting shlokas improves our pronunciation and develops interest in Sanskrit. It is our ancient language which has a treasure of knowledge as many of our Granthas like are written in Sanskrit.
Hetal Vaishnav /VIII A


संस्कृत श्लोक हमें अच्छी आदते, अच्छा व्यवहार तथा अच्छी बातें सिखाते हैं। जब मैंने संस्कृत श्लोक का वाचनकिया तब मुझे भी कई सारी नई तथा अच्छी बातें सीखने को मिली। हमें पुराने जमाने में उन महान लेखकों द्वारा लिखे गए श्लोकों को सदैव याद रखना है।
Abhilasha Mansion / VIII A

Sports
I am Abhay Raj Singh, Sports Coach at The Fabindia School. During this pandemic time, the students lost the touch of going out but we did not stop our fitness journey. We organise fitness classes for the students thrice in a week in which the students participate enthusiastically. Altogether we do exercises, body stretching and yoga asanas. The experience was really very good. We are all connected and together in taking care of our bodies and keeping our minds healthy. Stretching exercises help improve flexibility, allowing muscles and joints to bend and move easily through their full range of motion. Physical strength is built through exercise and being strong has tons of benefits to a growing child, such as being able to walk longer distances without getting tired and having the strength to perform their daily tasks. Exercise also promotes flexibility and stability.
Abhay Raj Singh/ Educator
Study


Art By : Mokshi Nagar/III,Harshita Rathore/V,Sonakshi Vaishnav/V
आम
आम मेरा पसंदीदा फल है।ये गर्मी के मौसम में मिलता है।आम फलों का राजा है। ये पीले रंग का होता है ,कई आम हरे रंग के भी होते हैं। आम का जूस बनाया जाता है। आम का अचार भी बनाया जाता है। आम की चटनी भी बनाई जाती है जो कि मुझे बहुत पसंद है। आम की बहुत सी किस्म है जैसे चौसा, दशहरी ,तोता परी, सफेदा इत्यादि। आम सबसे स्वादिष्ट फल है आम का मुरब्बा भी बनाया जाता है।फलों में से आम मुझे बहुत पसंद है।
My Video : My Video
युग वीर सिंह/ कक्षा प्रथम
 My Sweet Home 🏡 

At my sweet home, I have a beautiful bedroom, a study room and a beautiful living room. In my bedroom  I have a pink bed. In front of my home, there are two big trees. A beautiful kitchen is there in my home. Home is a place where we feel safe and secure. It doesn't matter whether you have a small or big house, you just love it. Having a place where you live becomes a home. Though, It is made of bricks, cement, sand, stones etc but when we live in it with our family, it seems like the whole world to us. We connect our home with our emotions and it helps us to create memories. Where we go, we feel relaxed at our home only. I love my sweet home.
Tanishi Chitara/III

A Girl... It's not easy to be a girl As they have heart like a pearl, Never try to underestimate the mind of girls Their emotions have a million swirls. They never ever loses hope As they always have high lope, No one can easily make them fool If they want they can rule. Girls don't want anyone's pity As they have power to do everything simply, Girls are very strong Never doubt them,they are never wrong. They have millions of thought And millions of complications they fought, Never think a girl is weak She can even kick. Krtika Rajpurohit/XI

सफलता और कड़ी मेहनत
सफल लोग वहीं करते हैं ,जो उन्हें अच्छा लगता हैं। और वे वहीं करते है जो उन्हें अपने व्यवसाय के लिए सही लगता है। यदि आप शब्दकोश में सफलता शब्द का अर्थ देखें तो आप पाएँगे कि इसका अर्थ किसी के लक्ष्य या लक्ष्य की प्राप्ति है। तो मूल रूप से कोई भी अपने लक्ष्य को प्राप्त करके ही सफलता प्राप्त कर सकता है। लोग अपनी सफलता का मूल्यांकन करने के लिए विभिन्न लोगों के प्रदर्शन की तुलना करते है। लेकिन सफलता कोई ऐसी चीज़ नहीं है ,जिसे आप दूसरों से कॉपी कर सकते हैं। सफलता पाने के लिए आपको अपना रास्ता खुद बनाना होगा। यह कुछ लोगों को अनुपयुक्त लग सकता है ,लेकिन सफलता बहुत कुछ मेहनत पर निर्भर करती है। बिना मेहनत किये आप सफल नहीं हो सकते है। कड़ी मेहनत का मतलब ये नहीं है कि आप कोई ऐसा मेहनती काम करें जिससे आपको पसीना आए। कड़ी मेहनत का मतलब है स्वस्थ शरीर , मजबूत दिमाग, इच्छाशक्ति और चीजों के प्रति सकारात्मक रवैया रखना। उन सभी चीजों के लिए आपको ऊर्जा की जरूरत होती है। इसलिए , अपने शरीर और आत्मा के प्रति चौकस रहें। इसके अलावा केवल अपने कार्यक्रम पर कार्य न करें , अपनी कार्य सीमा को आगे बढ़ाएँ ,अन्य चीजों का प्रभार लें ,अपने कौशल में सुधार करें और सबसे महत्त्वपूर्ण बात सीखते रहें।इसके अलावा सकारात्मक लोगों के साथ रहें, सकारात्मक आदतें विकसित करें और न केवल अपने शरीर बल्कि अपने दिमाग के लिए भी व्यायाम करें। संक्षेप में हम कह सकते है कि सफलता एक बीज की तरह है जिसे जीवन के सभी तत्वों के संतुलित अनुपात की आवश्यकता होती है। कोई भी व्यक्ति एक दिन में सफलता प्राप्त नहीं कर सकता है और सफल होने के लिए उसे जीवन में विभिन्न परिस्थितियों का सामना करना पड़ता है। सबसे बढ़कर सफलता तृप्ति की भावना है जो अपने लक्ष्य को प्राप्त करते समय महसूस करते है। Ayasha Tak/Educator
संस्कृत भाषा का महत्व
पठानि संस्कृतं नित्यं, बदामि संस्कृतं सदा।
ध्यायामि संस्कृतं सम्यक् ,वंदे संस्कृतमातरम्।।
संस्कृत देववाणी, देवभाषा, अमरवाणीआदि अनेक नाम से जानी जाती है।आज अंग्रेजी भाषा में भी 60% शब्दसंस्कृत भाषा के ही मिलते हैं।संस्कृत भाषा ही सभी भाषा की जननी है। प्राचीन समय में। वैदिक काल में देवता तो संस्कृत भाषा में ही बातचीत करते थे।इसीलिए जो भाषा सभी भाषाओं की जननी है उसका ऐसा घोर अपमान दुख दायक है। किसी भी देश की उन्नति और विकास के लिए उस देश की संस्कृति की रक्षा करना परम आवश्यक है। संस्कृति की रक्षा के लिए संस्कृत की रक्षा अत्यंत अनिवार्य है। परंतु यह खेद का विषय है कि आज भारत में संस्कृत का प्रतिदिन पतन हो रहा है। क्योंकि वर्तमान वैदिक युग में कोई भी संस्कृत पढ़ना नहीं चाहता। यांत्रिक युग में तो ऐसी स्थिति उत्पन्न हो गई है कि जो मनुष्य अंग्रेजी भाषा नहीं जानता उसको मूर्ख समझा जाता है। परंतु जो त्रुटिपूर्ण अंग्रेजी भाषा में बातचीत करता है वह पुरुष विद्वान कहलाता है कैसी विडंबना है यह? अंग्रेजी भाषा के ज्ञाता विद्वान माने जाते हैं दूसरी ओर संस्कृत भाषा के ज्ञाता जड़ बुद्धि कहलाते हैं। यह सत्य है कि हम सब भारत की संस्कृति की रक्षा चाहते हैं तो संस्कृत की रक्षा अति आवश्यक है। अंत में मैं यह कहना है चाहती हूँ कि संस्कृत ही संस्कारशील भाषा है।इसीलिए भारत की सभ्यता और संस्कृति की रक्षा के लिए इसको पढ़ना और पढ़ाना अति आवश्यक है। वरिष्ठ अध्यापिका - ज्योति सेन

Volume No. 478 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 2nd August 2021

News & Events
This week, the School organized IH Sanskrit Shlok Competition which was held for all the houses . Children excitingly took part in the competition as an individual as well as to gain points for their houses. This competition was held to awaken children's interest in Sanskrit Language. It was held for all the sections of the school.  
Service
पशु पक्षी हमारी भी जिम्मेदारी
मेरा नाम आदित्य राज सिंह चौहान है। मैं ऑनलाइन कक्षा के बाद शाम को अपने खाली समय में मैं अपने फार्म हाउस जाता हूॅं। वहाॅं कई पौधे रोपे गए हैं। मैं उन पौधों को पानी पिलाता हूॅं एवं उनकी देखभाल करता हूॅं।उस जगह पर गाय भी है। वहाॅं मैंने एक कटोरा रखा है, जिसमें पक्षियों के लिए अनाज और पानी हैं। मुझे पौधे पसंद हैं, क्योंकि वे हमें ऑक्सीजन, फल और फूल देते हैं। पौधे हमारे स्वास्थ्य के लिए बहुत अच्छे होते हैं।  मैं गाय के बारे में बात करता हूॅं , तो वह घरेलू जानवर है। मुझे घरेलू जानवर पसंद हैं। मैं गाय को चारा खिलाता हूॅं एवं पानी पिलाता हूॅं। उसके रहने की जगह की सफाई भी करता हूॅं । गाय हमें शुद्ध दूध देती है। गाय का दूध स्वास्थ्य के लिए बहुत लाभदायक होता है। इसीलिए मुझे गाय पालना पसंद है। मैं यह मानता हूॅं , कि पालतू पशु और पक्षियों की देखभाल करना हमारा कर्तव्य है । केवल यही नहीं पृथ्वी पर जितने भी पशु पक्षी और कीड़े मकोड़े हैं, वह सभी पृथ्वी के संतुलन के लिए आवश्यक है। अतः हमारे आसपास जितने भी पशु पक्षी हैं, हमें उनकी देखभाल करनी चाहिए और उन्हें किसी प्रकार की हानि नहीं  पहुॅंचानी चाहिए।
आदित्य राज सिंह चौहान/ VIII B
Save the Environment for Our Future
The word 'environment' refers to all ecological units which are naturally present on earth in the form of land, water, air, soil, forest, sunlight, minerals, living organisms, etc. The earth is full of natural surroundings, some are biotic and some are non biotic. We should save our environment by planting more and more trees. World Environment Day is celebrated annually on 5th June and is the United Nations' principle vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of the environment.  But I feel we should celebrate it every day by putting little effort into nature. It is our duty to save our environment from pollution. We should stop using plastic bags. We shouldn't throw waste things in rivers. We shouldn't hurt animals as every creature is equally important as human beings. We should join various campaigns to spread awareness about environmental protection. Moreover, we all should plant small saplings in barren land so that they may grow and flourish in the land area after some years.
Simran Soni/ VI
Skills 
Tinkering Session 
LiFi (light fidelity) is a bidirectional wireless system that transmits data via LED or infrared light. It was first unveiled in 2011 and, unlike wifi, which uses radio frequency, LiFi technology only needs a light source with a chip to transmit an internet signal through light waves.
At the Tinkering session, Music was played using this technology. Our School Mate Nikhil Vaishnav explained how LED transmits data through a solar panel placed in front of it. A speaker was attached to a solar panel. Without any wired medium , Music was using LiFi Technology. 
Mangilal Dewasi/ X

My Experience of Tattoo Making Competition


I love to draw. This time I participated in Tattoo Making Competition. I had many options, but I love butterflies, so I  drew a butterfly as a tattoo. If I ever get a chance to get a tattoo, I  will tell the tattoo artist to draw a butterfly on my hand. I will tell him to draw the same butterfly which I have drawn. This type of competition enhances our creativity and gives us a chance to bring our imagination and art into reality. 
Tiya Sompura/ VII A
Projects for Better Understanding 
I am Lakshyavardhan Singh, a student of Class VI. This time, I was given a project to do in Social Studies about Major Landforms of the Earth. It is about  three major landforms of the earth. These are Mountains, Plateaus and Plains.
Mountains - Mountain is the natural face of earth surface elevation. They are rich with resources and many important rivers originate from mountains. 
Plateaus - Plateaus are usually flat lands standing high above the land. Many plateaus of India are huge mining areas.
Plains - The fertile regions, plains are stretches of flat lands. Plains are ideal for cultivation and human habitation.
When I was doing my project, my mind was totally engrossed in it. I collected all the materials which were available at home only, I chose a place and made different landforms. We may forget what we have read, but it remains forever in our minds when we do it practically or understand it by making a project.  Activities and projects develop our interest in studies and bring clarity in our understanding about the topics. 
Lakshyavardha Singh/ VI
Sports
Physical Activity and it's importance
Physical activity or exercise can improve your health and reduce the risk of developing several diseases like diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. Physical activity and exercise can have immediate and long-term health benefits. Most importantly, regular activity can improve your quality of life.
A minimum of 30 minutes a day can allow you to enjoy these benefits.  
Benefits of regular physical activity
If you are regularly physically active, you may:
Reduce your risk of a heart attack 
Manage your weight better 
Have a lower blood cholesterol level 
Lower the risk of type 2 diabetes and some cancers 
Have lower blood pressure 
Have stronger bones, muscles and joints and lower risk of developing osteoporosis  
Recover better from periods of hospitalization or bed rest 
Feel better – with more energy, a better mood, feel more relaxed and sleep better. 
Aim for at least 30 minutes a day 
To maintain health and reduce your risk of health problems, health professionals and researchers recommend a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on most, preferably all, days.
Rahul Kumar Thakur/ Educator
Study  
My Sweet Family 
This is my family and I live in Lunawa. My family is a joint family. There are  ten members in my family.  They are my grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, uncle, aunt, two cousins , my younger brother and me. I call my grandma as Dadi and grandpa as Dadu. I love my family very much.  We help and take care of each other. I have made a family tree to show you my family members. 
Mokshi Nagar / III

Rainy Season
Rainy season is my favourite season of all. My birthday falls in the rainy season on 16th August. I like to eat pakoras, popcorn and drink coffee in this season. The rainy season is also known as the monsoon season which begins in the middle of June and continues up till early September. The sky is generally cloudy throughout the season. The farmers are happy for rain showers in his field. Rain helps them to grow crops with natural water. They even store water for further use in the winter. When there is no rain, we all pray to god to give rains. In the rainy season, we can see rivers flowing and ponds and wells full of water. Rain is the main source of getting fresh water. People enjoy the rainy season as the weather becomes pleasant and rain cools down the temperature. All the plants' trees look more green and fresh. We use raincoats and umbrellas when we go out in the rain. We must stay at home in heavy rain. I love to go to the terrace and dance whenever it is drizzling. Rainy season brings smiles on our faces. It is a joyous season and I love it. 
Sonakshi Vaishnav/ V
Holding on my Heads

I am holding on my heads
Mountain of expectations
Walking on path of my life
With boundaries of relations
My balloon of love was ruptured
By religion and culture
My life is pointless and boring
With nothing to nurture
The world is running
For the rain of the fame
For their own mistakes
They just want someone to blame
I just ignored them all
When I should have fought with them
But I wasn't knowing
They play this filthy game
Within no time
I was now left in shame
No one even bothered
To come and feel my pain
Now I am jobless
Waiting for a hopeful ring
What's left in me
Is just a confused being
This world to me
is like a roofless home in summers,
At nights I feel peaceful,
and whole day sun hammers
It has windows walls doors
To divide me from others
Nothing we talk rather
Than just useless matters
With jealousy of others
my windows shatters
I don't have a lover,
so I don't care about the haters
I end my beer bottles
Till I burst my bladders
I sing all songs in blabbers
Coz for me nothing matters
Meenakshi Choudhary/ XII Science             
 
FOREVER BOND

A bond where you fight,
A bond to cheer your entire life.
A person who has your back,
A person who cheers you up when you're sad.
Person who is sitting away a thousand miles,
Person who brings back your smile.
The one who is there to lift you up,
The one who can handle you at your worst.
The one who understands your mood,
The one who brings you love and food.
The person who knows all your thoughts,
The person who stays with you at your odds.
The one who loves you from heart,
The one who is never apart.
 Prerna Rathod/ Educator

Compassion
Compassion is a feeling of thoughtfulness. It is an emotion which is inborn in them. It is when we think about ourselves and others. You imbibe this value from your environment, by seeing others and listening to others.
A compassionate person is influenced and influences others. We can identify compassionate people who are very emotional. They become upset when they see others in pain. Compassionate people understand others, think about others and lend a helping hand. If we are compassionate we focus on how others feel without dismissing our own feelings. Situations, upbringing and environment may also lead us away from compassion so we need to be thoughtful and understanding.
Many times elders stop one to be compassionate by stopping them to do small acts of kindness. Observing others who are not compassionate may also drive them away from being compassionate. In schools it is a common sight where children show compassion in the classroom by sharing and showing acts of kindness. But in some situations when groupism comes up compassion is driven away. Then they start bullying others. Family affects one’s behavior a lot. One learns values from families, peers, elders, and environment. Many times children’s parents may not be compassionate but children are encouraged by their friends or school and they imbibe this value and become compassionate.
We should try to motivate others by going out of the way ourselves and helping others. We need to be loving, caring and empathetic. Role of adults is an important aspect to motivate students to be compassionate. Compassion brings in care, respect, love, kindness. Interaction, encouragement, collaboration, socialism, motivation, observation, affects compassion a lot. Compassion is taught and learnt. Family, school, friends & environment churn compassionate people.
Bharti Rao/ Educator

Volume No. 477 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

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