The School Weekly 29th August 2022

News & Events
Friday, 26th August 2022: Eight girls & boys escorted by Ms. Nikita Rajpurohit & Mr.Priyadarshan Chouhan went to attend HGMUN at Heritage Girls School, Udaipur from 26th August to 28th August. 
 
Saturday, 27th August 2022: Parent Teacher Meeting was organized for Class Nursery - Class-I about 80% of parents attended the meeting to  discuss their child's progress.

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration








On 27th August 2022; Students of Primary and Middle Sections organized Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations. The purpose of the celebration was to let the students stay rooted in Indian culture and to enable them to understand the significance of this festival. The celebrations began with a mind-blowing dance performance, sloka recitation, and storytelling by the little blooming of primary and middle sections. There was devotion, creativity, and fun altogether with their dance performance lord Ganesha's teachings were delivered by the students
Some of them were :
-Duty is above all else 
-Nobody is more important than one's parents
-Forgiveness is the ultimate virtue
-You should finish every task you take up
-Always stand up for your self-respect.
Students of Classes II and III displayed their creativity by making Lord Ganesha with leaves. Lord Ganesha was made using paper cups by the class students of Class IV and V. Class VI, VII, and VIII students made Lord Ganesha with Clay, with different colour threads, and with pulses.
To all the Fabindians 
My journey with this school is 7 years long, and summing up those years on paper is actually impossible, so I would just like to say that I have had my fair share of good memories, medals, friends, teachers, seniors, and juniors. The ink of the imprinting is so dark that every time I come here, it feels like I am home.
They say 
When the roots are deep
There is no reason to fear the wind
This school not only taught me to create ideas but also to execute them with confidence. It taught me to stick to my goal and never lose focus.
Summing up, I would request all the students to take care of their mental health, provide each other a healthy environment to grow and not take learning as a burden but to enjoy, take interest and understand the process, to be able to enhance your productivity 
Thank you
Dr. Bhavika Mansion/ Alumni

My School: THE FABINDIA SCHOOL

We were six classmates since Class VI, every year we had a foreign volunteer to teach us, they would be from Britain, America, and South Africa. Mr. Mark Connigam taught us in Class VII where the studies were as part of a board game, each student progressed in the game as per their weekly test results. This game provided a healthy competitive atmosphere for studies and everyone was keen to give their best. Mrs. Julia Sommer taught us by relating various subjects as one. Mark Loom who was an electrical engineer made us write a fax to his friend in Antarctica which was replied to
again by fax he also explained how fax worked. Mr. Vishnu Kant, the first principal of our school, made us acquainted with computers and all of us wrote computer-printed letters to our relatives. We lived and grew up in an atmosphere that was unique and absolutely different from what everyone around us was getting. We had hobby classes when kids even don’t know what hobbies are. In all The Fabindia School had developed us as a complete package which was fit in every sphere of life. I am very grateful that I studied in this school. 
          
Nimendra Raj Singh/ Alumni

NTSE (National Talent Search Exam) Webinar

Today we had a short zoom meeting with Deepak Singh about NTSE Exam related to scholarships for students studying in class 10th. It was a very interesting as well as a knowledgeable session since we got to learn about the topics coming in the exam. It was a helpful session, we got to know about topics related to mental ability. Students who clear this exam will be awarded scholarships. It's a great opportunity for every student who is eager to learn and grow.
Dakshita Sirvi / XI
मेरा शैक्षणिक भ्रमण


यह सफर कब शुरू हुआ और कब खत्म हुआ पता ही न चला। इस सफर ने इतना कुछ सिखाया है कि मैं बता भी नहीं सकती। जहां स्कूल में टीचर्स को सख्त देखा वहीं सफर में बच्चों के साथ वे भी बच्चे बन गए। चलिए जानते हैं इस सफर के बारे में। मेरा नाम सीमा चौधरी है मैं कक्षा 12वीं की छात्रा हूं। हमारे स्कूल ने एक छोटे से शैक्षणिक भ्रमण का आयोजन किया था। इसमें कक्षा 11वीं और 12वीं के बच्चे गए थे। यह सफर शुरू हुआ, शुरुआत में जो मुस्कुराहट हमारे चेहरे पर थी वापस आते वक्त भी वही मुस्कुराहट ले कर आए हम। ट्रेन में यात्रा के दौरान बच्चों के चेहरे पर खुशी का ठिकाना नहीं था क्योंकि इतनी एक्साइटमेंट थी उन्हें जयपुर जाने की कि पूछो मत । बस में सब ने की मस्ती की, बातें की आदि। जब हम जयपुर पहुंचे तब सबसे पहले स्टेशन पर रुके वहाँ हम लोग 5-10 मिनट खड़े थे ऐसा लग रहा था 1 घंटे से खड़े क्योंकि आज यहाँ आने की खुशी ही इतनी थी। मेरा यह सफर पहली बार था जब मेरे घर वालों ने मुझे पहली बार बाहर भेजा, मैने हर जगह यही प्रयास किया कि मैं इधर से कुछ ना कुछ सीखूँ। हम लोग मॉल में गए। पहले दिन गाने गाए, डांस किया, बातें की। हम जब अगले दिन बायोलॉजिकल पार्क गए तब वहां के जंगली जानवरों को देखा उन्हें प्रशिक्षित कर रखा था, उन्हें इसतरह देखकर विश्वास भी नहीं हो रहा था। मैंने यहां से सबसे बड़ी चीज सीखी जो कि मैनेजमेंट था, कम पैसों में कैसे भी मैनेज करके सबके लिए कुछ ना कुछ खरीदा। जयपुर का आमेर फोर्ट तो मानो उसको देखते ही रह जाओ, मैं तो फोर्ट का वर्क, डिज़ाइन आदि को देखकर आश्चर्यचकित रह गई। इतना सुंदर बारीकी से वर्क किया गया है। वहां लोग भीख नहीं मांगते बल्कि छोटा मोटा काम करके मेहनत करके पैसा कमाते हैं, अपना हूंनर अपना टैलेंट दिखाते हैं। हमने सबसे ज्यादा वक्त आमेर फोर्ट में ही बिताया था। फिर हम लोग खाना खाने गए, अल्बर्ट हॉल, जल महल, हवामहल इन सब जगह को देखा और सीखा। इतना सुंदर तरीके से उन पर काम किया गया हैं। यह सफर बहुत ही शानदार रहा, दोस्तों के साथ बिताया हुआ हर लम्हा पूरी जिंदगी याद रहेगा। टीचर्स के साथ गुजारा हुआ हर पल याद रहेगा। जिस मुसराहट से गए थे उसी मुस्कुराहट के साथ वापस आए। एक यादगार यात्रा रही जिसे कभी भूल नहीं सकती। इसके लिए प्रिंसिपल मैम और अन्य शिक्षकों का आभार, जिन्होंने इस यात्रा का आयोजन किया।
सीमा चौधरी / XII
Jaipur Trip

Day 1: 23 August 2022
The trip started full of excitement and enthusiasm. It was a beautiful day with drizzling. We enjoyed every single moment on the train which is memorable for us because every single person gives a lot of memories train journey with our friends. As we reached Jaipur which is known as the pink city. We reached our hotel for some relief. After that, we got ready for the famous WORLD TRADE PARK !!. This is a very huge mall there we enjoyed some shopping and fast food and even in the gaming zone. After that, we visited Shahid Smarak. 
On Day 2 We went to Nahargarh Biological Park, where we saw many animals like lions, tigers, hogs deer, jungle cats, and many more.  Everything was so fabulous in that biological park. After that, we visited to this amazing place we went to  Aamer Palace one of the heritage places. We got to know about all the incidents and events that took place there. It was good and overwhelming to see such a good place.  We saw their diwan-e-aam, a few temples, and the Sheesh Mahal. There we visited some tunnels which connect Amer to Jaigarh Fort.  The local shops nearby carried so much handicraft stuff which attracted us.  We all know that each and every child is in love with fast food and we too were wanting to have some. So our teachers took us to the masala chowk to enjoy fast food.  The day ended with a visit to the Birla planetarium. It is the best lookout spot in Jaipur. We learned about the significant number of astronomical projects designed for students and visitors to make them aware of the many facets of subjects about astronomy, astrophysics, History of Astronomy, Space Science, Celestial Mechanics, etc. And this is how the day ended with lots of fun and memories. We had our dinner and chitchats in our rooms. But at the same time, it was a time of nostalgia as we had to leave for our places the next day.
Day 3
It was time to bid goodbye to Jaipur and return back. We packed our stuff, had breakfast, and left the hotel to board the train. It was a fabulous trip. Special thanks to all our teachers who took care of us and wonderfully organized this trip, without them, it would not be possible to have such a memorable trip.
Priyanka Deora / XII
गणेश चतुर्थी
भारत में गणेश चतुर्थी बहुत ही धूम-धाम से मनाया जाता है। यह त्यौहार कार्यालय हो या स्कूल-कॉलेज हर जगह इसको मनाया जाता है। इस दिन सभी कार्यालयों और शिक्षा संस्थानों को बंद करके भगवान गणेशा की पूजा की जाती है। लोग इस पर्व का उत्साहपूर्वक इंतजार करते है। यह देश के विभिन्न राज्यों में मनाया जाता है हालाँकि महाराष्ट्र में यह खासतौर से मनाया जाता है।
गणेश चतुर्थी हिन्दुओं का बहुत ही महत्वपूर्ण त्योहार है जिसे भक्तों द्वारा हर वर्ष बड़े ही तैयारी और उत्साह से मनाते है। हिन्दू मान्यता के अनुसार गणेश चतुर्थी हर साल भगवान गणेश के जन्मदिवस पर मनाया जाता है। गणेश उत्सव भगवान गणेश को विघ्नहर्ता के नाम से भी बुलाया जाता है अर्थात
भक्तों की सभी बाधाओं को मिटाने वाला तथा विघ्नहर्ता का अर्थ है राक्षसों के लिये मुश्किल पैदा करने वाला।गणेश चतुर्थी एक 11 दिनों तक चलने वाला लंबा हिन्दू उत्सव है ,जो चतुर्थी के दिन घर या मंदिर में मूर्ति स्थापना से शुरु होता है तथा गणेश विसर्जन के साथ अनन्त चतुर्दशी पर खत्म होता है। भक्त भगवान गणेश से प्रार्थना करते है, खासतौर से मोदक चढ़ाते है, भक्ति गीत गाते है, मंत्रोंच्चारण करते है, आरती करने के साथ ही उनसे बुद्धि और समृद्धि का आशीर्वाद प्राप्त करते है। इसे समुदाय या मंदिर या पंडालों में लोगों के समूह द्वारा, परिवार या अकेले मनाया जाता है।
 तनिष्का राजपुरोहित / V
Mother Teresa
Mother Teresa also known as Saint Teresa of Calcutta, was an Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun who, in 1950 founded and was an active member of the missionaries of the charity. Mother Teresa was admired by many for her charitable work. She arrived in India in1929 and began her novitiate in Darjeeling in the lower Himalayas, where she learned Bengali and taught at St. Teresa's School near her convent. Mother Teresa became famous as the catholic nun who dedicated her life to caring for the destitute and dying in the slums of Calcutta (Kolkata).
Last but not least a quote by Mother Teresa:
"I will continually be absent from heaven to light the light of those in the darkness of the earth" according to her come be my light, whose author described as her "mission statement".
Aaradhya Champawat / VIII
समय का महत्व
 श्वः कार्यमघ कुर्वीत पूर्वाह्ण* *चापराह्णिकम्* ।
 नहि प्रतीक्षते मृत्युः कृतमस्य न वा कृतम्* ।। 
अर्थात्-आने वाला कल का कार्य आज करें तथा दोपहर का कार्य सुबह (करें)। किस का कार्य हुआ है या नहीं, मृत्यु निश्चित रुप से प्रतीक्षा नहीं करती है। 
समय हमारे जीवन के लिए महत्वपूर्ण है। हमें समय को जाने नहीं देना चाहिए। कुछ भी  करने से पहले समय की आवश्यकता होती है।  हमारे पास समय नहीं तो  कुछ  नहीं। जीवन में समय का सबसे  बड़ा महत्व होता है। समय बड़ा *बलवान* है। समय हर इंसान  के लिए  आगे  बढ़ने  में मदद करता है। हमें समय पर काम कर लेना चाहिए। संसार में  किमती  और महत्वपूर्ण  चीज समय है। समय एक बार बीत गया तो दूसरी बार नहीं आता। समय हमारे जीवन के लिए अमूल्य है। समय हमारी प्रतीक्षा   नहीं करता। यदि हमने समय बर्बाद किया तो हमारी भविष्य की बर्बादी हो जाएगी। इसीलिए कबीर दास जी ने भी कहा है-काल करे सो आज कर ,आज करे सो अब। पल में प्रलय, होएगी बहुरि करेगा कब।।
इशिका राजपुरोहित / Vll
Ganesh Chaturthi 
Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most prominent festivals in India. People of India wait the whole year for this festival eagerly. Although it is celebrated all over the country, in the state of Maharashtra it is celebrated with the most enthusiasm.
Ganesh Chaturthi is a Hindu festival that holds the utmost importance in the religion. This festival is celebrated following Hindu Mythology which says that Ganesh Chaturthi is the birthday of the Lord Ganesha. Hindus refer to Lord Ganesha as the remover of all obstacles. People believe that Lord Ganesha comes every year with prosperity and success.
Furthermore, they welcome Lord Ganesha in their homes during this festival with the belief that he will remove all their sufferings. Ganesh Chaturthi sparks joy all over the country and unties people with celebrations.
Vratika Sirvi/ V
Cricket
My name is Yuvraj Singh Chouhan. My favorite sport is cricket. I play it every day in my free time for better development. I want to play at the international level with my name and jersey no. 7. My favorite batsman is M.S. Dhoni and the bowler is Jasprit Bhumrah. I want to go in my first under-14 team and want to start my career in cricket. I will play with those whom I don't even know but still, I'll do my best as practice is important for every sports person. I want to play for my country, India. My brother is also a champion in cricket and he has gone to the Under-14 Team. So, I do my practice with him only and take drills of cricket. I play cricket everywhere I get a chance. I love cricket.
Thank You!
Yuvraj Singh Chouhan / IV


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