The School Weekly 04th October 2021

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On 2nd October we organized Inter House Debate Competition for Middle Section. There were 2 participants from each house, the topic of English debate was ' Is it appropriate to teach religion in Schools' and the topic for Hindi Debate was ' कोरोना काल हितकारी या अहितकारी'.
           

All the students participated enthusiastically and they all expressed themselves really very well. The Chairperson of the debate was Mahendra Parihar and Judges were Farhan Khan, Meenakshi Choudhary and Aryan Sirvi.
Result of IH English Debate Competition of Middle Section 
1st - Devansh Rajpurohit -   Class VIII A - Gandhi House 
2nd - Daksh Rajpurohit - Class VIII B - Teresa House 
3rd - Kesar Sompura - Class VIII B - Raman House 

Result of IH Hindi Debate Competition of Middle Section
1st - Abhilasha Mansion Class - VIII A - Raman House 
2nd - Soumyajit Solanki - Class VII A - Teresa House 
3rd - Harshvardhan Singh - Class VI - Dhyanchand House

Drawing is my Hobby
     

I feel very happy to draw, it improves hand-eye coordination. This hand -eye coordination is important in athletics and recreational situations, as well as in academic scenarios such as penmanship lessons. These activities would play a beneficial role in the development of one' brain. I really enjoy drawing. 
Arya Rajpurohit / VII
A Farmer's Life 
A farmer does very hard work of farming. His life is very simple. He leads his life mostly with so much struggles. His happiness depends on the rain and weather . If there is no rain, he will have to face so many difficulties and scarcity. Drought is a curse for a farmer because a farmer and his family can survive only when there is enough rain and good crops. We must be grateful and thankful to farmers who provide and give us grains, pulses, vegetables, fruits and many more things. He lives in a simple house or a hut. Their lives never demand luxurious things. They work hard in the field. They look after the crops day and night. They work in the sun to grow good crops. We should be grateful to the farmers for providing us with the crops for our food. 
Lenin Mandlesha / V
Expectations of Reality
The thought process between humans and animals is the main difference. People have the ability to think and plan for their future in a more specific way than animals. Most people live with high expectations about life, people around them and future. We have the picture of two words: the deer world which is the reality and abstract work which is an expectation. Life seems pretty easy in the imagination because a person can realize more dreams without too much struggle, in contrast, the real world has many challenges that someone will have to overcome everyday in the path of life. Young people have great dreams and visions about their future. Their expectations lead them to college to study what they want to be in life. People keep expectations but when it won't fully fill they get depressed, feel anxiety and they just get separated by the others. Keeping expectations with others heard them deeply. Expectations make one's life easy as they are in their bubble. People think expectations can solve all the problems but in reality expectations mess everything up.
Meenakshi Choudhary / XII
Beauty is in the Eyes of Beholder      
Everyone loves to enjoy beauty . But what is beauty when it comes to human beings? Beauty is not something that comes from physical appearance. physical attractiveness is deception , what really is the nature of a person. physical appearance might fade as years pass on but their characters do not. their internal beauty lives forever. So, we should not judge anyone or anything by their physical appearance.
People with inner beauty love to make peace with everyone, take care of fellow beings and try to follow the path of justice .I will explain it with a great example of Nelson Mandela who was known for sacrifices for blacks in South Africa to give equality or equal rights .He is definitely a legend with inner beauty.
Then we will understand what real beauty is . What we see outside is just a projection . What matters is the character inside. It is true that beautiful and handsome people look more appealing, but we can have a reliable  relationship and long lasting trust only on the personalities of the person. Like we see a jackfruit as rough and hard outside but a sweet and yummy piece of delight inside .So ,it is true that "Beauty lies in the eyes of Beholder".
Aanchal Mewara / XI
Making others Happy
Happiness is the feeling of joy. This feeling increases when we show kindness and make others happy. When we achieve something, we become so glad because we have achieved our effort. We should always love others and spread happiness. If we love others, they will also love us.
Making others happy give us happiness.  These days there are so many different things that can make a person happy. People should focus on others happiness for a change instead of focusing on their own happiness. This will make the world a happier place. Birthday is the time to celebrate with friends and family. Also, it is the best time to serve the community. 
Birthdays are unique to children, but not everyone can celebrate by participating in parties or gifts. My cousin wished to celebrate her birthday with the orphans. She visited the orphanage with her family, brought gifts and cut the cake with the children. The happiness seen on the children's faces really gave my sister immense pleasure in making her day.
Mother's job is selfless. She takes care of her family and loves them selflessly. She does everything to make them happy. Her happiness lies in her family. Community Service also gives us immense pleasure. Being a social volunteer is a blessed opportunity in itself. 
I remember another incident of my student Laxman who decided to celebrate his birthday with the old age people. He visited the old age people and celebrated his birthday with them and made his day memorable. I would like to end by quoting the words of Mother Teresa, "Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one come to you without leaving happier.
Bharti Rao / Educator
दूसरों को खुशियाँ देना : कृष्ण गोपाल दवे
डॉ अनुपम सिब्बल ने अपनी पुस्तक में ठीक ही लिखा है कि जो चीजें हमें खुशी देती है, उनकी सूची छोटी होती जा रही है। हमें छोटी-छोटी बातों में खुशियों की तलाश करनी चाहिए ना कि किसी बड़ी खुशी के इंतजार में इन छोटे पलों को व्यर्थ गँवा देना। डॉक्टर सिब्बल ने अपनी पुस्तक में कई उदाहरण प्रस्तुत किए जिन्होंने लोगों को खुशी देने के लिए अपना जीवन तक समर्पित कर दिया। 
यह बात जितनी छोटी लगती है उतनी ही बड़ी और सारगर्भित है कि दूसरों को खुशियाँ देने से हमारा मन भी प्रसन्न रहता है। एक बार की घटना याद आती है कि हमने स्कूल के बच्चों से उनके पुराने कपड़े, स्वेटर, शॉल आदि मंगवाए। जो फटे हुए नहीं थे अच्छी स्थिति में थे। आशा के अनुकूल बहुत सारे कपड़े इकट्ठे भी हुए तथा एक दिन तय किया गया उस दिन हम बाली तहसील के आदिवासी गाँवों की ओर गए। अरावली की तलहटी में बसे कुछ छोटे-छोटे गाँव जहाँ न शिक्षा की व्यवस्था थी न लोगों के लिए रोजगार का साधन था। हम वहाँ पहुँचे और उन लोगों में यह एकत्र किए हुए कपड़े बाँटने लगे।
लोगों की खुशी का ठिकाना न रहा, कड़कड़ाती सर्दी में वे किस तरह से कम कपड़ों में गुजारा कर रहे थे। जब उन्हें स्वेटर आदि मिले तो बहुत खुश हुए। हमारे आसपास बच्चे, बूढ़े, जवान सब दौड़ दौड़ कर आए और खुश होते हुए हैं वे कपड़े ले गए। उनकी प्रसन्नता देख कर हमारे मन में भी प्रसन्नता का कोई ठिकाना न रहा। कुछ लोग निराश होकर भी गए क्योंकि उनके आने तक कपड़े समाप्त हो चुके थे। परंतु एक बार पुनः आने का विश्वास दिला कर तथा विश्वास लेकर हम वहाँ से लौट आए।
यह घटना हमारे दिल में समाहित हो गई। मन में इस बात की प्रसन्नता थी कि उन लोगों के चेहरों पर हमने खुशी के भाव देखे। यह भी पता था कि यह ख़ुशी लंबे समय तक की नहीं थी। पर बड़ी ख़ुशी की तलाश में छोटी खुशियों से क्यों मुँह मोड़ें। इसलिए दूसरों को ख़ुशी देने का एक अवसर भी हाथ से न जाए। 
Krishan Gopal / Educator

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