The School Weekly 31st July 2023

News & Events
As we stepped into the bustling venue of Technoxian, we could feel an electrifying energy in the air. The event, now in its seventh year, promised to be an incredible showcase of technological innovation and creativity. As a tech enthusiasts, we were beyond excited to be a part of this grand competition. While we didn't win the championship, the experience was unforgettable. The feedback from the judges provided invaluable insights for our personal growth as tech enthusiasts. Moreover, we had the opportunity to forge connections with like-minded individuals from across the globe, each of whom shared a profound passion for technology.
Technoxian not only provided a platform for showcasing talent but also fostered an environment of collaboration, learning, and growth. It will forever remain etched in my memory as a turning point in our tech journey, pushing us to explore new horizons and make a positive impact on the world through technology.
Mangilal Dewasi / XII
भारत का भविष्य
हम सभी बच्चे अपने परिवार, मित्र और अपने देश के लिए बहुत महत्वपूर्ण हैैं। हम सभी को एक बात याद रखनी चाहिए कि हम जितने भी छोटे क्षेत्र में हैं, हमारे पास भी बहुत सी अच्छी बातें होती है, जो हमें अन्य लोगों के बीच महत्वपूर्ण बनाती हैं। ऐसा बताते हैं कि बचपन में सीखी हुई बाते पूरे जीवन याद रहती हैं। इसलिए हमें एक बेहतर इंसान बनने के लिए चाहिए कि हम शिक्षा का महत्व समझें और नियमित रूप से विद्यालय जाएँ। शिक्षा  हमें ज्ञान और जागरूकता देती है। अच्छी शिक्षा से हम अपने व्यक्तित्व को समृद्ध कर पाते हैं और समाज में रहकर अच्छे काम करते जाते हैं। हम सभी सुनते रहते हैं कि 'बच्चे मन के सच्चे' और 'माता-पिता की आँखो के तारे' होते हैं अत: मैं सभी से यह कहना चाहूँगा कि माता-पिता ही हमारे पहले शिक्षक होते हैं। हम अपने माता पिता की सुनें और उनका सम्मान करें।
परीक्षित सिंह राजावत / ll
Stay Healthy
Health is the condition of the human body that is free from injury or illness. Staying healthy means being mentally, physically, and socially fit, leading to a happy mind, which is more valuable than any precious gift in life today. Having a healthy life should be a part of everyone’s lifestyle. If one has a healthy and happy mind, they will stay motivated and productive. It is essential for every individual to feel good about themselves, promoting happiness. Maintaining a healthy life helps to avoid chronic diseases. To achieve this, a person can go running or take a morning walk, exercise daily, and adopt healthy eating habits. Therefore, it is essential to prioritize your health and maintain it from a very young age.
Budh Kunwar / VI
Being surrounded by hundreds yet still feel absent is truly something else. Every human must go through this impending emotion. I felt like a dead tree in an evergreen forest, yearning to be listened to. Constantly falling into this endless pit and becoming comfortable enough not to get out of it even when given the chance. The scariest thing about loneliness is when it engulfs you, and you become a victim of Stockholm syndrome, thinking of it as something satisfactory. I used to be an extrovert, but social media pushed this loneliness down my throat. I yelp and charge at this malevolent beast, but one day I will let out my final cry, and this war will go on, and someone else will fight. We all fight this endless war; the only solution is acceptance and moving on. I derive schadenfreude from those who fight this barbaric war for too long without realizing that there is no beast, just a mere weakling hiding behind our insecurities, using them as shields. To triumph, we must not submit to it and come out of this endless pit. See the world outside, breathe the precious air given to us, and reach out to our fellow beings. Never give up and seize the eternal glory that awaits you; solitude will be your abode.
Anshuman Singh / XI 
What is nature? If you want the answer to this question and want to feel it, just close your eyes for 2 minutes in a peaceful place, feel the deep greenery, and the calmness of it. Yes, this is called nature. When we talk about nature, we usually think about plants, animals, the sky, mountains, etc. But do you really observe these things in your daily life? The answer is no. The reason behind it is the modernization we are facing nowadays, as we shift completely into city sides as well as towns. Now, only a few of us get to enjoy nature if we are from villages or valleys.
If someone is frustrated with someone or something, what will he or she do? Most of us will try to ignore that thing and change our way. But ignoring a situation is not the answer to any problem. Nature teaches us how to handle any situation, whether it is big or small. The positivity of nature will encourage you to solve that problem. At last, I would like to end my words with a quote by Sir Albert Einstein, "Look deep into Nature, and then you will understand everything better.
Vinay Raj / XI
Interview with Ranveer Goyal Sir
(RGS - Ranveer Goyal  )
(Reporters/RP - Tiya Sompura class lX A and Aaradhya Champawat class lX A)
RP - Who inspired you to become a teacher?
RGS - While I was completing my M.A. in English, one of my friends told me that if you are doing M.A., then you should teach, and that day I decided to become a teacher.
RP - What hardships did you face when you first joined the school?
RGS - I didn't face any hardships because it's my second time serving this school. So, it’s always great teaching children, and the environment of this school is really positive. If I have to face any difficulties, I can face them positively.
RP - How do you like the children's company?
RGS - Every child is so polite towards me, and they are all skilled. As they represent the school at different levels, it's a very pleasurable experience being with them.
RP - How do you like the school environment?
RGS - I like the school in many ways. The principal and the teachers are so nice. The school represents different cultures, and the best part is that the school has plants and trees, making it a pleasant place to be in.
RP - What was your experience in the other schools?
RGS - Each and every school attracted me to teach, and every school has different specialties, like how every flower has different fragrances. I'm very grateful to serve Fabindia for the second time.

I run all around the field but never move, what am I?
What flies when it's born, sits when it's alive and runs when it's dead?
What room can nobody ever go inside?
Where can you find cities, shops, and streets but no people?
What kind of dog never bites?
1  Australia is wider than the moon.
2 The Eiffel Tower gets taller in the summer.
3 Your nose may not grow like Pinocchio's, but it does get warmer when you tell a lie.
4 The shortest muscle in the body is the tongue.
1. Someone: My wife told me that she needs more space, so I said no problem and locked her out of the house.
2. Child: Please God, I don't want a 3rd world war. God: Why? Do you love your country that much? Child: No, God, I am weak in history. I can't study another world war.
3. What is brown, hairy, and wears sunglasses? A coconut on vacation.
4. What did the ghost call his mom and dad? Transparents.
5. Where does Batman go to the bathroom? A Batroom.

Coordinators: Jaya Bawal, Divyani Rao, Divyanka Ranawat 
Reporters: Nalini Kunwar Lisha Soni, Ridhima Ojha, Meenakshi Sirvi, Mansi Chouhan
Photographers: Dhruv Parmar, Lakshya Raj Kanwar, Riya Vaishnav, Jaiwardhan Singh
Creative Writers: Jiyaraje Chouhan, Sanyogita Ranawat, Prachi Rao
Hobbyists: Lavishka Rathod, Divya Rathore, Pooja Sodha, Sanket Solanki, Abhilasha Mansion
Editors: Mohita Solanki, Tanisha Malviya, Lavishka Rathore, Hetal Solanki
Resource Agents: Priya Vaishnav, Divya Rathore
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod  Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 560 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.

The School Weekly 24th July 2023

 News & Events
General Knowledge (GK) Quiz
On 22 July 2023, a General Knowledge (GK) Quiz was  about the Indian culture and heritage, along with storytelling sessions dedicated to the inspiring tales of our freedom fighters, was organized for I students of Class II to V.
The GK quiz covered various aspects of India, such as states and capitals, famous landmarks, festivals, wildlife, and the nation's freedom struggle. The students actively participated, showcasing their knowledge and enthusiasm. In the storytelling sessions, they were regaled with stories of renowned freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Lakshmibai, Bhagat Singh, and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The tales of courage and sacrifice left a lasting impression on the young audience, instilling a sense of pride and admiration for our incredible India and its heroes.

सरदार ऊधमसिंह
ऊधम सिंह एक महान स्वतंत्रता सेनानी थे, जिनका जन्म 26 दिसंबर 1899 को पंजाब प्रांत के सुनाम गांव में हुआ था । जब वे 7 साल के थे तब उनके माता-पिता का देहांत हो गया था। वह अपने बड़े भाई के साथ अनाथालय में रहने लगे। कुछ वर्षों बाद उनके भाई का भी देहांत हो गया। उस समय अंग्रेज सरकार द्वारा रोलेट एक्ट लाया गया; जिसके तहत बिना सबूत एवं गवाह के, भारतीयों को जेल में डाला जाता था। भारतीयों ने इस कानून को काले कानून की संज्ञा दी। उस 'काला कानून' के विरोध में पंजाब के अमृतसर के जलियाँवाला बाग में 13 अप्रैल 1919 को बैसाखी के दिन सभा का आयोजन किया गया। उस समय पंजाब के गवर्नर माइकल ओ डायर एवं भारत के गवर्नर जनरल ओ डायर थे। गवर्नर जनरल के कहने पर सैनिकों ने सभा पर अंधाधुंध गोलियाँ बरसाई जिसमें सैकडों महिला-पुरुष मौत के घाट उतार दिए गए। इस घटना से दुखी होकर ऊधम सिंह ने जलियाँवाला बाग हत्याकांड का बदला लेने की ठानी। समय गुजरने के साथ ही 1940 में ऊधम सिंह ने लंदन जाकर माइकल ओ डायर की गोली मारकर हत्या कर दी। मारना तो जनरल डायर को भी चाहता था, परंतु डायर की ब्रेन हेमरेज के कारण मृत्यु हो गई थी। ऐसे सेनानी को मेरा सत्-सत् नमन।
हर्षिल परिहार
कक्षा पांचवी 'अ
पौराणिक ज्ञान प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता 
साप्ताहिक कार्यक्रम में दिनांक 22जुलाई 2023 को हमारे विद्यालय के उच्च प्राथमिक अनुभाग में 'पौराणिक ज्ञान' पर आधारित 'इण्टरहाऊस प्रतियोगिता' का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें चारों हाऊस के विद्यार्थियों ने बड़े ही उत्साह और रूचि के साथ भाग लिया और अपने सांस्कृतिक ज्ञान को परखा। जैसा कि हम सभी जानते है, व्यक्ति को वर्तमान में जीना चाहिए अर्थात वर्तमान की अपनी आवश्यकताओं और अपने कार्यों को प्राथमिकता देना चाहिए। यह बहुत सही एवं जरूरी है कि वर्तमान हमारा विकास करता है परंतु हमें अपने बीते समय को कभी नहीं भूलना चाहिए। हमारा अतीत हमारी धरोहर हैं; इसमें हमारी पीढ़ियों के अनुभवों का खजाना संग्रहित होता है। वर्तमान के वैश्विक भौतिकी दौर में महत्त्वपूर्ण तकनीकी और कौशल आधारित शिक्षा के अध्ययन के साथ-साथ, हमारा विद्यालय विद्यार्थियों को अपनी संस्कृति को जानने, इसकी उपयोगिता को समझने और अपने सामाजिक-सांस्कृतिक विकास के साथ अपने मूल से जुड़े रहने का पूरा अवसर प्रदान करता है। इसी क्रम में सामाजिक-सांस्कृतिक कथाओं एवं मान्यताओं पर आधारित इस प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता के माध्यम से विद्यार्थियों ने अपनी जिज्ञासाओं को शांत किया एवं अपने विरासत ज्ञान का विकास भी किया।

My First Day’s Experience at The Fabindia School 
It was a summer day when my mother woke me up, and my father dropped me off at school. As I approached the school entrance, I felt a wave of nervousness. However, a friendly teacher greeted me and guided me to my classroom. Upon entering, I noticed curious gazes from my new classmates, making me feel a bit like a joker. But soon after, our class teacher arrived, introduced me to everyone, and their warm welcome put me at ease. I began to make friends, and together, we played and ate during break time. All the teachers impressed me with their kindness and encouragement.
Later, I visited the library and spent some time reading books. When the school day ended, my father came to pick me up, and we headed home. He asked me about my day, and I happily shared my experiences with him. That day marked my first day at school. 
Kuldeep Rajpurohit / VI
                                                                श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता
इस शनिवार श्रीमद्भगवद् गीता श्लोक का द्वितीय सत्र संपन्न हुआ। विद्यार्थियों ने बड़े हर्षोल्लास के साथ इस सत्र में भाग लिया। प्राचार्या जी के साथ कई शिक्षकों ने भी इस प्रातःकालीन सत्र का आनंद लिया। श्रीमद्भगवद् गीता ऐसा ग्रंथ है जिसमें जीवन की सभी मूल समस्याओं और शंकाओं का समाधान है। इस महान ग्रंथ में जीवन की वास्तविकता और मनुष्य धर्म से जुड़े उपदेश दिए गए हैं। आप जीवन में किसी भी अवस्था से घिरे हुए हों, आपको किसी समस्या का समाधान चाहिए तो आप गीता में ढूंढ सकते है। यह उपदेश युद्ध भूमि में खड़े अर्जुन के लिए नहीं था बल्कि यह संपूर्ण मानव जाति के कल्याण के लिया था और यह उपदेश मनुष्य को अपने जीवन काल में किस तरह का व्यवहार या आचरण घर या समाज में करना चाहिए। 
संस्कृत श्लोकों के नियमित पठन से स्मरण शक्ति के साथ वाणी की शुद्धता भी बढ़ती है। यह सत्र पूर्णतया ऐच्छिक है।
कृष्ण ने अर्जुन को 'निष्काम कर्म' के माध्यम से धर्म का पालन करने के लिए अपने कर्तव्य का हवाला दिया। इसमें आध्यात्मिक विषयों और विचारशील मुद्दों की हृदय को स्पर्श करने वाले विषयों की एक विस्तृत श्रृंखला है। हम भी श्रीमद्भगवद् गीता के श्लोकों के पठन की श्रृंखला बनाएंगे
Harmonic Horizons - Welcome Celebrations

Inter House Volleyball Competitions 

Patriotism is a Virtue
Patriotism is a virtue that everyone should possess. It is one of the purest feelings in the world, where a patriot selflessly cares for their country, keeping their interests and well-being above their own. A true patriot is ready to make sacrifices for their country without thinking twice.
Our country is often referred to as our motherland, and we should love it just as we love our mothers and families. Those who feel the same love and devotion for their country as they do for their mothers and families are known to be true patriots. Patriotism is a virtue that every individual must possess. A country full of patriots certainly becomes a better place to live compared to one where people are fighting with each other over issues like religion, caste, and creed. A place where people have collective interests and a common mission would certainly experience fewer conflicts. That's why everyone should possess the virtue of patriotism.
Yograj Singh / XI
Interview with Praveen Tiwari Sir
( PS - Praveen sir )
( Reporters/RP - Prachi kunwar class X and Ridhima Ojha Class Xll )
RP: Why did you join "The Fabindia School," and what unique things did you see in the school?
PS: I joined "The Fabindia School" because I was deeply impressed by its unique approach to education and its commitment to holistic development. The school emphasizes integrating traditional Indian arts and crafts into the curriculum. It is also dedicated to nurturing academic excellence, values, creativity, and the environment. Moreover, the school fosters an environment where students can freely express their views to teachers without any hesitation.
RP: Are you enjoying the environment and the company of our school's staff and students?
PS: Absolutely!! I am thoroughly enjoying the warm and encouraging environment at the school. The staff members are not only highly skilled and dedicated educators but also outstanding individuals who collaborate and support each other.
RP: We, as students, want to know about your hobbies, so please share them with us.
PS: Of course!! As a teacher at this school, I believe in embracing creativity and lifelong learning. My hobbies include reading literature, writing short stories, and exploring different forms of art. I am also fond of nature and enjoy spending time outdoors, going for nature walks, and gardening.
RP: Being a teacher, what differences have you noticed between our school students and students from other schools?
PS: The students at "The Fabindia School" exhibit a remarkable difference in their overall development and values compared to students in many other schools. One significant distinction is the strong sense of cultural appreciation and understanding of sustainable practices instilled in the students here.
RP: What one message would you like to give to the students?
PS: One message I would like to give to the students of this school is to believe in themselves and their abilities. Each of them possesses unique talents and strengths that, when nurtured, can lead to incredible achievements. I encourage them to respect and appreciate the diversity around them and realize their potential to make a positive impact on the world. So, dream big and work hard towards your goals.
RP: What challenges have you faced after coming to this school?
PS: Overall, my experience at this school has been overwhelmingly positive, but I have faced a few challenges as well. One of the initial hurdles was adapting to the unique teaching approach that integrates arts and crafts into the curriculum. It required me to develop new lesson plans and teaching strategies to incorporate these elements effectively. However, with the support and coordination from the staff, I have been able to adjust to the school's environment, turning these challenges into opportunities for growth and improvement
Books are like portals that take us on incredible adventures, teach us new things, and help us become better versions of ourselves. Let's explore why books are essential in our lives.
1. Books Spark Imagination:
Books are tickets to never-ending adventures. When we read a book, we can transport ourselves to different worlds, meet fascinating characters, and experience countless wonders.
2. Books are a Treasure of Knowledge:
Books are incredible sources of knowledge, teaching us about many interesting things. Reading books helps us understand the world around us better, providing a vast sea of information.
3. Books Improve Language Skills:
When we read books, we encounter new words and phrases that expand our vocabulary. Reading books helps us become better communicators and writers.
4. Books are Our Companions:
Books are always there for us, no matter the time or place. They make wonderful companions during both happy and challenging times.
5. Books Encourage Creativity:
Reading books sparks creativity within us. As we read, we imagine different scenarios and endings, and sometimes we might even come up with our stories inspired by what we've read.
In conclusion, books open our minds, ignite our imaginations, and help us grow as individuals. So, let’s make reading an important part of our lives. Whether it's a fantasy world, a historical journey, or a tale of friendship, there's a book out there waiting to inspire, teach, and entertain us. Happy reading!
Tanya Tripash / IX
Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist, who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999. Mandela was born in Mvezo to the Thembu royal family. He studied law at the University of Fort Hare and the University of the Witwatersrand before working as a lawyer in Johannesburg. There he became involved in anti-colonial and African nationalist politics, joining the ANC in 1943 and co-founding its Youth League in 1944. After the National Party's white-only government established apartheid a system of racial segregation that privileged whites-he and the ANC committed themselves to its overthrow. Influenced by Marxism, he secretly joined the banned South African Communist Party (SAC).
Although initially committed to nonviolent protest, in association with the SACP he co-founded the militant Umkhonto we Sizwe in 1961 and led a sabotage campaign against the government. In 1962, he was arrested for conspiring to overthrow the state and sentenced to life imprisonment in the Rivonia Trial.
Tiya Sompura / IX
There are many meanings that surround this single word. Stories, paintings, poems, and music have been created for the sole purpose of representing this abstract idea. Unfazed by vicissitudes and a feeling so powerful, it can move mountains, the fervor of friendship among humans can even change the inclination of one's heart. It's the feeling of knowing that during your greatest perils, there is someone standing with you. U.S. President Woodrow Wilson famously remarked, 'Friendship is the only cement that will ever hold the world together.'
Quarrels will happen, and words will be exchanged, but after the biggest dissensions, the ones who stay with you are truly your friends. Friendship is love, and Hemingway famously remarked, 'I believe that love that is true and real creates a respite from death. All cowardice comes from not loving or not loving well, which is the same thing.' Be friendly and approachable because you never know who you might meet today; they may end up being a lifelong friend.
Anshuman Singh / XI 

Coordinators: Jaya Bawal, Divyani Rao, Divyanka Ranawat 
Reporters: Nalini Kunwar Lisha Soni, Ridhima Ojha, Meenakshi Sirvi, Mansi Chouhan
Photographers: Dhruv Parmar, Lakshya Raj Kanwar, Riya Vaishnav, Jaiwardhan Singh
Creative Writers: Jiyaraje Chouhan, Sanyogita Ranawat, Prachi Rao
Hobbyists: Lavishka Rathod, Divya Rathore, Pooja Sodha, Sanket Solanki, Abhilasha Mansion
Editors: Mohita Solanki, Tanisha Malviya, Lavishka Rathore, Hetal Solanki
Resource Agents: Priya Vaishnav, Divya Rathore
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod  Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 559 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.

The School Weekly 17th July 2023

News & Events
Saturday Activities
Investiture Ceremony
On a pleasant Saturday, July 15, 2023, we came together to witness an uplifting Investiture Ceremony. The council members, filled with pride, received their well-deserved badges and sashes. Each member passionately expressed their vision for positive changes in our school, leaving us all feeling inspired and hopeful. Our respected Principal, dedicated teachers, and eager students adorned the event, showing their unwavering support. The atmosphere was one of unity and enthusiasm, fostering a strong sense of togetherness among everyone present. With these enthusiastic council members at the helm, we eagerly anticipate witnessing the transformation they will bring to our cherished school community.
Tejal Soni / Educator
Our Council
School President- Nalini Kanwar
Vice School President- Riya Vaishnav
School Captain- Sanyogita Ranawat
Vice School Captain- Dhruv Parmar
Assistant School Captain- Pushpendra Singh Ranawat
Sports Captain- Amrit Parmar
Vice Sports Captain- Durgeshwari Udawat
Cultural Captain- Divyani Rao
Vice Cultural Captain- Diya Suthar
Discipline Captain- Rajveer Singh
Vice Discipline Captain- Dinesh Kumar
Teresa House Captain- Govind Singh
Teresa House Vice Captain- Jiyaraje Chouhan
Teresa House Assistant Vice Captain- Dhawan Choudhary
Gandhi House Captain- Lisha Soni
Gandhi House Vice Captain- Bhavyaraj Singh 
Gandhi House Assistant Vice Captain- Yograj Singh
Dhyanchand House Captain- Arjun Vaishnav
Dhyanchand House Vice Captain- Lakshya Kunwar
Dhyanchand House Assistant Vice Captain- Yashoda Choudhary
Raman House Captain- Lavishka Rathore
Raman House Vice Captain- Divy Rawal
Raman House Assistant Vice Captain- Sahil Solanki
Finance Captain- Kavi Kalal
Vice Finance Captain- Dhruv Rawal
Chief Judiciary- Vinayak Chouhan, Meenakshi Sirvi, and Dhruvraj Ranawat
Chief Editors of the Editorial Board- Jaya Bawal and Riddhima Ojha
Poster Making Competition
To strengthen creative skills and foster imaginative thinking, a poster-making event was organized for students of Classes 4th and 5th. The students were informed to bring their favourite colours and any other required objects. Excitedly, the students participated in the activity, which helped them build self-confidence and self-esteem, while also improving their descriptive skills through drawing. The students, with the guidance of their class teachers, prepared charts and posters, creating a fun and comfortable learning environment for everyone involved.
Collage Making Competition
Life is a beautiful collage of priceless moments, which, when pieced together, creates a unique and treasured masterpiece. An Inter-House Collage Making Competition for students of Classes VI-VIII was held on 15th July 2023. The enthusiastic students got an opportunity to exhibit their divergent thinking and creativity, deciding what materials to use and how best to express themselves. Indeed, the competition was a showcase of art exploding from every piece of collage.
Little Master Chef
To strengthen time management and teamwork, a 'Master Chef Activity' was organized for Class l students today. The students made sandwiches, lemon juice, and potato chaat. During the activity, they learned how to prepare healthy food without using fuel.
Recycle and Reuse
In recent years, recycled art has gained immense popularity as pollution levels increase day by day. To address this issue, a Newspaper Recycling Art Activity was conducted for the students of classes 4th and 5th. This eco-friendly and innovative approach aims to raise awareness among students about the importance of recycling and reducing waste using art as a medium. Students explore various ways of using newspapers as art materials, learning about the significance of reusing and recycling waste. With great enthusiasm, the students actively participated in shaping the vision and objectives of the activity. The activity served as a powerful tool to educate, raise awareness, and advocate for sustainable practices.
Pencil Scrap Activity
The Pencil Scrap Activity was conducted on 15th July to raise awareness about recycling and waste management among students in classes 2nd and 3rd. Students were asked to paste pencil shavings on a sheet, giving it the shape of any object. The students enjoyed the activity and participated with full enthusiasm, allowing them to get creative and have a little bit of fun. This activity was also conducted to develop fine motor skills and enhance children's hand-eye coordination.
श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता
इस शनिवार विशेष सत्र के दौरान श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता के श्लोकों का वाचन किया गया। यह सत्र विद्यार्थियों के लिए पूर्णतया ऐच्छिक था। गीता पाठ से मन शांत होता है, एकाग्रता बढ़ती है और आत्मविश्वास भी जाग्रत होता है। यह प्रथम अवसर था जिसमें छात्रों ने श्लोकों को सुनकर आनंद की अनुभूति की। गीता के हर अध्याय से एक श्लोक लिया गया जिसे अष्टादश श्लोकी गीता नाम दिया गया। इसी अष्टादश श्लोकी गीता के श्लोकों का वाचन किया गया। सभी श्लोक जीवन के किसी न किसी विशिष्ट भाग को समर्पित हैं। इसे धर्म से जोड़ा जाना उचित नहीं है। इन श्लोकों के अध्ययन से स्मरण शक्ति का भी विकास होता है।यह सत्र प्रत्येक शनिवार को आयोजित किया जाएगा। यह अनिवार्य न होकर ऐच्छिक होगा।
Spoken English Session
The Spoken English and Personality Development class fosters holistic development in children, nurturing their communication skills and personal grooming. Today's session was a delight, as students actively engaged and participated. Introducing this class every Saturday is a wonderful decision, as it promises to instill positivity and propel children toward excellence. By honing their communication abilities and enhancing their overall personality, this class empowers children to unlock their full potential and thrive in various aspects of life.
Tejal Soni / Educator
Dramatic Club promotes communication skills, teamwork, dialogue delivery, script writing, working on acting skills, etc. It also enhances the creativity of an individual. Today the students of Class IX-XII narrated a folktale, they thought out of the box and then they expressed their views and wrote dialogues. After they complete the script they will role-play
Bharti Rao / Educator

Buzz Sessions 
Group Discussions; we plan to choose topics to talk, discuss and debate to enhance our research, reading, thinking and speaking skills. We kicked off our first session with talking about Geopolitics. It was a vast topic and we were all over the topic with our lines of thoughts and knowledge. We were able to infer ground rules for our upcoming sessions to make them more productive and meaningful. We look forward to many such sessions to build our knowledge and confidence.
Rajeshree Shihag

हमारी फैबइंडिया
विद्या नभ का ध्रुव तारा 'फैबइंडिया'
खेलकूद, व्यायाम, प्राणायाम,
ध्यान, योग सिखाती 'फैबइंडिया' । पढ़ा लिखा कर विद्वान बनाती,
नूतन सोच, सकारात्मक कार्य 
संपन्न करवाती 'फैबइंडिया'।
जीवन के सुर ताल से पहचान करवाती 'फैबइंडिया' ।
रंग कैनवास की दुनिया में
सपनों के सतरंगी महल बनाती। उत्सव त्योहारों पर धूम मचाती, संस्कारों से जीवन को उन्नत बनाती,  उत्सव, त्योहारों पर धूम मचाती, संस्कारों से जीवन को उन्नत बनाती, आधुनिकता की ओर बढ़ाती,
जीवन लक्ष्यों का निर्धारण करवाती 'फैबइंडिया' । कठिन परिश्रम, ईमानदारी का पाठ पढ़ाती,
जीवन सुखमय बनाती,
शिक्षा का अलख जगाती,
जीवन को खुशहाल बनाती है 'फैबइंडिया'।
कल्पना इन्दा / VIII
मित्रता एक ऐसा रिश्ता है जिसके बिना जीवन अधूरा होता है । ये एक ऐसा अनमोल धन है जिसकी तुलना किसी से भी नहीं की जा सकती है । एक सच्चा मित्र वो होता हैं जो हमेशा हमारा साथ दे , हमारी खुशी को बढ़ा दे और दुख को कम कर दे जैसे श्री कृष्ण और सुदामा इनकी दोस्ती की मिसाल आज दी जाती है । मानव जीवन में मित्रता एक बहुत ही अनमोल रिश्ता माना जाता है। ये सबके जीवन में एक उपहार के समान होता है । एक अच्छे दोस्त का जीवन में होना बहुत आवश्यक होता है, उसका हमारी सफलता में भी बहुत बड़ा योगदान होता है । जीवन का सफर मित्रता के बिना अधूरा है । एक व्यक्ति अपना सुख - दुख तथा हर तरह की बात जिससे बता सके वो व्यक्ति मित्र होता है। जीवन में लोगों के अनेक दोस्त बनते हैं, बचपन के दोस्त, स्कूल, कॉलेज के दोस्त, व्यवसायिक दोस्त, मतलब के दोस्त आदि। इन में से कुछ वक्त गुज़रने के साथ पीछे छूट जाते हैं, और कुछ जीवन भर आपके हर अच्छी-बुरी परिस्थितियों में आपके साथ रहते हैं। मित्र के होने पर कोई भी व्यक्ति कभी खुद को अकेला महसूस नहीं करता है। मित्रता की एक ऐसा रिश्ता है जिसे मनुष्य स्वयं चुनता है, अन्य रिश्ते ईश्वरीय देन होते है। इसलिए अच्छे मित्र बनाइए, मित्रों से जीवन खुशहाल बना रहता है। 
हेतल वैष्णव / X
मेरा प्रिय खेल
फुटबॉल मेरा प्रिय खेल है। मुझे फुटबॉल खेलना सबसे अच्छा लगता है। इस खेल को एक बड़े मैदान में खेला जाता है। खेलने के लिए एक फुटबॉल और गोल करने के लिए दो जाल लगे । हर टीम में 11 11 खिलाड़ी होते हैं। अपने गोल की सुरक्षा करने वाला खिलाड़ी गोल रक्षक कहलाता है। वह फुटबॉल को गोल के अंदर जाने से रोकता है। अन्य खिलाड़ी मैदान में खेलते हैं। हर टीम फुटबॉल को दूसरी टीम के गोल की ओर ले जाने की कोशिश करती है। फुटबॉल को पैर की ठोकर मार कर ही खेला जाता है। अगर कोई खिलाड़ी फुटबॉल को हाथ से छू ले तो उसे दंड दिया जाता है जो टीम अधिक गोल करती है उसी टीम को विजेता माना जाता है। 
महेंद्र प्रताप सिंह / IV
The feeling of responsibility brings a sense of pride in ourselves. My day began with the Investiture ceremony of 2023-24. All the elected council members were pinned with badges. Every council member shared their initial responsible steps towards betterment of our school. My initial step as School Assistant Captain is to make everyone understand the magic of communication because the way we talk makes all the difference to our personality. It was a marvelous day.
Pushpendra Singh Ranawat / XI
Interview with Rishi Rajpurohit Sir
RP: How has your journey been so far in your music career?
RRS: Basically, I've faced many problems, such as a lack of family support. But my father's trust in me was enough to keep me going. I've experienced numerous ups and downs along with some achievements. I hope to continue moving forward with my passion for music.
RP: Are you enjoying the company of the students?
RRS: Yes, of course, I am enjoying the company of the students. They are like mirrors reflecting my past interactions. When I'm teaching, they cooperate very well and follow all my instructions. I believe they will continue to improve and excel.
RP: Do you like the school's environment?
RRS: It's very comfortable being here. I don't feel any kind of pressure or anything. The school's environment feels just like home to me. The supportive staff and community are very nice.
RP: Why did you choose "The Fabindia School" for your future journey?
RRS: I chose this school because I found it to be very impressive and unique. The way everyone manages to teach, especially the focus on sports and cultural activities, is good for the students. It's also the only nearby school that employs a regular music teacher. This provides me with more opportunities. I appreciate this school for offering a bright future to both me and the students.
RP: What changes would you like to see in the school?
RRS: Although I haven't spent much time here yet if I have any suggestions for changes, it would be to make our regular assemblies more musically inclined.

Coordinators: Jaya Bawal, Divyani Rao, Divyanka Ranawat 
Reporters: Nalini Kunwar Lisha Soni, Ridhima Ojha, Meenakshi Sirvi, Mansi Chouhan
Photographers: Dhruv Parmar, Lakshya Raj Kanwar, Riya Vaishnav, Jaiwardhan Singh
Creative Writers: Jiyaraje Chouhan, Sanyogita Ranawat, Prachi Rao
Hobbyists: Lavishka Rathod, Divya Rathore, Pooja Sodha, Sanket Solanki, Abhilasha Mansion
Editors: Mohita Solanki, Tanisha Malviya, Lavishka Rathore, Hetal Solanki
Resource Agents: Priya Vaishnav, Divya Rathore
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod  Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 558 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni, Mr. Ranveer Gohil.

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