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Books are man's best friends! - Bhakti Gupta

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  Bhakti Gupta is a 9-year-old girl of Gyanshree School who is cheerful by nature. She does her work with a lot of effort and sincerity. Bhakti loves to read books and do artwork. She writes her own stories as well. She wants to become an artist when she grows up.

Caring - Anushri Palnitkar

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Listen to my story When I Started Caring For Trees Anushri Palnitkar Grade - 5A Billabong High International School Thane 

Global Warming- Aanya Kumar

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Global warming is the rising of temperature on Earth. It rises by about one degree Celsius each year, but it is a significant change. It is caused by carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. These pollutants can stay for centuries and trap the sunlight bounced off to the Earth's surface. This light could bounce out to space, but the gases trap the light. They are known as greenhouse gases and cause the greenhouse effect. Global warming is harmful to human beings and the Earth in many ways; for instance, it can cause many natural disasters like- storms, heat waves, floods, and droughts. It would be challenging to live in these conditions. Global warming can be reduced in our houses with few simple steps. We should always turn the lights and fan off before leaving a room. We should use energy-saving light bulbs, and gradually global warming will reduce. Aanya Kumar Grade 5 Gyanshree School, Noida

Say what you think

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Disagreement and debate are the lifeblood of democracy Alasdair McWhirter | McWhirter Foundation Chair If you are one of our alumni and reading this, the chances are you are bright and may well go on to achieve great things in whatever career you choose. Whether that turns out to be in AI, fashion, medicine, politics, protecting the environment or something completely different, find the courage to say what you think about the things that matter to you, particularly when your view is different to that of your friends.  Social media has its good side but it has also led to a world in which there is a ‘received’ view on most important social, moral and political questions for any given peer group. Disagreeing with that view can feel quite scary, so many people choose to go with the flow and not really think about what may be an important issue. The problem is that ‘accepted’ views can often end up being far too simplistic, leaving little room for nuance, let alone outright disagreement. 

मेरा पसंदीदा फल - युग वीर सिंह

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Image courtesy https://www.medicalnewstoday.com 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। युग वीर सिंह कक्षा प्रथम दि फैबइंडिया स्कूल

Appreciation - Darshil Sunil More

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Name - Darshil Sunil More Billabong High International School Thane Grade - 5 A

Appreciation - Unnatti Jamdar

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When I was a small kid, I always wanted to win a race.  My parents knew that as well, but I never received the opportunity but. One day, I won the race, and it was a proud feeling for my teachers, me, and my parents. I will never forget the appreciation that I received. Name - Unnatti Jamdar Grade - 5A Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Saanvi Deshmukh

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Name - Saanvi Deshmukh Grade - 3A Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Neeil Patil

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Name - Neeil Patil Grade - 5A Billabong High International School Thane  

Minimalism - Rishona Chopra

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Take a look at all the things in your house. Are they bringing any value to your life? Are they even close to you? Do you use them? Your room would probably be filled with things that you don’t use or don’t bring any value to your life. Imagine a life without those unnecessary things. Pretty plain and boring. Right? Not really. Humans have created a belief that is to love things and use people.  Loving things will give you temporary happiness because as soon as things are finished, we crave them again and plead for them, and if we don’t get it, we are disappointed or angry. While on the other hand, if we love people with a true heart, happiness lasts forever. People crave things so much and so that without them, they are not able to survive. Imagine people can’t live without water, food, and now people can’t live without things! Doesn’t it look a little silly? Honestly, I thought the same. I felt that things were the most important for me. My entire room was filled with things I didn’t

Appreciation - Anisha Gaitonde

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Everyone needs a bit of appreciation at some point in time. It’s a part of being Human. Showing appreciation just takes a few words – ‘great going’, ‘good show’, ‘well done, but its value is far more than that. A small piece of appreciation motivates us to be better than we are.  Thankfully, there have been incidents in my life (just like all of you) where I was appreciated, and it made me feel good and, more importantly, motivated me to do better next time. My first award was a bronze medal in Sports Day function 2015 when I was in Jr. Kg. That was the first time I stood so close to our school Principal, and it was beyond my most fantastic dreams – such an honour 🤩! Even if it was a bronze medal, this small appreciation helped me develop a mindset to participate in extra-curricular activities in later years, whether SpellBee, Neltas, Logiqids or Drawing and Handwriting competitions.  My next memorable moment came when I passed the First level of Kathak dance, which I had been practis

Appreciation - Varad Sadvilkar

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All of us have been appreciated at some point. I can recollect being appreciated by my class teacher as the “Student of the month” for having completed all my classwork in spite of a fractured left hand. Similarly, pre-primary graduation day, science project presentation, class paintings, annual day performances, etc. have all been appreciated.  Participating in much loved sports such as Skating and Swimming have also been rewarding. Most of all, appreciation from my parents has always encouraged me to take up newer challenges and perform at my very best.  Varad Sadvilkar  Grade - 5A   Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Aaditri Bhise

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Appreciation We want to be appreciated for what we are, what we do and what we achieve. Aaditri Bhise Grade - 5 A Billabong High International School Thane

The Joy of Appreciation - Aashay Nimish Gaitonde

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It always feels great to be appreciated. It is a beautiful feeling when people around you encourage you for the different things you do in life, both big and small. Appreciation motivates you to try harder in whatever you do and be a better version of yourself. I would like to share a couple of incidents recently that I remember when I was received praise and appreciation. Winning an inter-school roller-skating race I once participated in an inter-school roller skating event where I came second in the Finals. I won a trophy & my parents were elated. I have been skating since I was six years old, so it was a wonderful moment. They hugged me and rewarded me by taking me to a “Marvel Studio” to visit my favourite comic superheroes and their film set. Here are some of the pictures taken - Even today, my mom & dad always take time out to drop me at skating class every day & this motivates me to keep practising and being a better skater day by day!  Securing the First rank in the

Appreciation - Asmi Patankar

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  Appreciation I quite vividly remember the first time I needed some appreciation. Many years ago, when I was in Playgroup, I heard my teachers say that I could not scribble properly like the other children in my class. Later, when I came home, I told my father all about what I heard. He said, "Asmi, I know you tried your best. Now, please show me your drawing."  After I showed him, he replied, "But these are beautiful! You can really improve once you are older." And honestly, with the help of my art teachers, now I can draw much better than anyone could have expected from a girl who once could not even scribble! I am sure that this could not have happened without my father appreciating me or without the support of my art teachers. Asmi Patankar Grade 5 Billabong High International School, Thane

Appreciate Everything - Rananjaysinh Rajput

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  Appreciate Everything! I’m thankful for the invention of cars. But also, for ice cream and chocolate bars! I wonder which I appreciate the most? But while thinking, I remember, I even like to eat toast! And by the name of toast, I recognize butter. But then, I think that jam is a much bigger competitor! Oh! I can’t stop liking things! And yes, I even like paintings, birds and many more. Besides, how can I forget a toy store! Now I know what I appreciate the most. It’s not a car, neither a spring. In fact, it is everything! A poem appreciating all the joys in life!  By Rananjaysinh Rajput  Grade 5A, Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Luke Daniel

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An appreciation from my teacher made my day! Hello everyone! I am Luke Daniel from Grade 3C from Billabong High International School Thane. I would like to share my experience on appreciation with you all. My Hindi tuition teacher appreciated me because I got the first rank in Neltas International Exam. She was kind and said getting medals at such young age is remarkable and you should get more prizes and awards and study well. That made my day! I felt happy, and I am thankful to my teacher for appreciating me. Thank you, Luke Daniel Grade 3 C Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - story by Arjun Rohilla

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Arjun Rohilla of Grade 5 Gyanshree School Noida shares a beautiful story to explain the Value of Appreciation. This story is about trust and betrayal, a fable about animals and how they have extra-sensory perception and live in harmony with nature. #JoyOfLearning

Appreciation for my school - Advik Aggrawal

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Appreciation for school Advik Aggrawal Grade 3B Billabong High International School, Thane

Appreciation - Arav Agarwal

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Appreciation Poem For Teachers  Dear Teachers, a heartfelt thank you for all the things you do,  Overcoming challenges and making our dreams come true!  You have not only taught us to read and write,  But also taught us to be kind, loving and polite!  You were the true warrior in this pandemic,  And made sure that we have the best academic!  You are awesome teachers and work tirelessly to make our future. Thank you dear teachers!!   Arav Agarwal  Grade-5C  Billabong High International School Thane

Amazing Hostel Life - Linisha Agarwal

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  Hostel life gives the flexibility to fly within as well as outside in the open and seek knowledge from all dimensions. This life brings out the best in you and offers extremely valuable memories forever. Not all memories are pleasant, a few of them are unquestionably terrible; however, most of them are beautiful and priceless.  During the hostel stay, students learn to live with different types of people, and hostel life also increases their level of patience. It prepares them to easily accept practical challenges in life. The students learn many things within the hostel. Students help and assist one another in the hour of need and become lifelong friends and are ready to endure any kind of hardship with each other and for one another.   Furthermore, in a hostel, the individuals learn to become independent. Within the hostel, students should sleep in keeping with the rules of the hostel. They have to return to life on time, work on time, have food on time, study on time, in short, fo

Appreciation - Anushri Palnitkar

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Appreciation is a feeling of gratefulness. Appreciation makes us feel valued, responsible and acknowledged.  It gives us confidence and motivates us to work hard. 

मेरी माँ - खुशान बम्बोली

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

Happiness - Vedvee Solanki

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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  Class - VI The Fabindia School

My Good School - Tamanna Solanki

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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 centre ‐ 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 The Fabindia School

Hardwork - Mohita Solanki

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Hard work is vital 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, 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  The Fabindia School

मनुष्यता - कृतिका राजपुरोहित

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‘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 क

Hobby - Devanshi Ojha

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My name is Devanshi Ojha. I study in Second Class. I have made happy and sad faces 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. 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 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 them to make different things.  Devanshi Ojha Class II The Fabindia School

Experience - Jyotirmay Nag

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When my teacher told me to do a short role-play of our real hero and a great freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad to celebrate our 75th Independence Day, I became very 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 with such a great person. I learnt the dialogues and practised 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 that harm our country. We must think of how we can make our country more beautiful and a peaceful place to live. Jyotirmay Nag Class V The Fabindia School

Mother's Job is a Selfless Job - Naksh Parihar

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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 fulfils 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 Class IV The Fabindia School

My hobby - Tiya Sompura

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I love to draw. This time I participated in a 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 Class VII The Fabindia School

Practice Makes a Man Perfect - Lakshyavardhan Singh

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This time, I was given a project in Social Studies about the 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 flatlands. 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 to our understanding of the topi

My Sweet Home 🏡 - Tanishi Chitara

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I have a beautiful bedroom, a study room, and a beautiful living room at my sweet home. 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.  A 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., it seems like the whole world to us when we live in it with our family. 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 Class III  The Fabindia School

Holding on my Head - Meenakshi Choudhary

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I am holding on to my head Mountain of expectations Walking on the 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 Then just useless matters With jealousy of others my windows shatter 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 bl

My Sweet Family - Mokshi Nagar

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This is my family. I live in Lunawa. My family is a joint family. There are ten members in my family. My grandfather, grandmother, father, mother, uncle, aunt, two cousins, my younger brother and me. I call my grandma Dadi and grandpa as Dadu. I love my family very much. We help each other and take care of each other. I have made a family tree to show you, my family members. Family is like a tree that holds its branches as family members throughout its life. We learn values like caring, responsibility, being helpful to others etc. Life becomes easy and happy with the family.  Mokshi Nagar  Class III The Fabindia School

My Favourite Season - Sonakshi Vaishnav

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The 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 this season. The rainy season is also known as the monsoon season, which begins in June and continues until 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 get rain. In the rainy season, we could 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 and 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 se

My Happy Place - Harsha Suthar

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In Fabindia School, I had good moments, but the best moments that I’ve experienced were in a particular class in my senior years. I have the best school life memories. And the teachers of the Fabindia School are excellent, they teach us so well. The Fabindia School made me lovely friends and the best teachers. They are like a treasure for me. The joys of school life are invaluable. I remember my first speech in the assembly. I didn’t want to do it, but finally, I did it, and that was my best moment. When I went to present, I felt afraid, and then when I presented, I felt so good for the effort I applied. Now I feel better than my first speech day of presentations because I know that I can do whatever I want. The learning that I acquired made this moment so good because I knew I had trust in myself. I have overcome my fears and have not let them control me because we can’t know our capabilities if we are afraid.  The teachers and principal ma'am are very supportive and

Honesty - Rehan Raza

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A major component for developing moral character is honesty. Honesty helps in developing good attributes like kindness, discipline, truthfulness, moral integrity and more. Lying, cheating, lack of trust, stealing, greed, and other immoral attributes have no honesty. Honest people are sincere, trustworthy and loyal, throughout their life. Honesty is valuable, and it is a habit of utmost importance. There are famous quotes, said by a great personality like “Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom”. It holds good due to its ability to build, shape and motivate integral values in one's life. First of all, honesty promotes authenticity. It reflects one’s own feelings and thoughts. Honesty certainly helps people in knowing who you really are. Hence, one must be honest in self-expression. Honesty removes fear from the heart and makes a person courageous and confident. It certainly takes a huge amount of courage to speak the truth. Speaking truth is a sign of bravery

True Happiness - Ronak Devda

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On the occasion of Guru Purnima, there was a worship in Lord Hanuman Temple. On this occasion, kheer, puri, and a vegetable were made as prasad and offered to everyone who visited the temple. A group of people performed bhajans, and little children enjoyed listening to them. It was like a small treat for the poor children who lived nearby. The children who usually expect sweet dishes at some festival in their homes enjoyed them there. This was arranged by my family. Many times to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, or other occasions, we spend a lot of money on parties and hotels. I feel great happiness giving small treats to the needy ones and seeing big smiles on their faces. Further in the future, we will try to arrange these types of treats to have smiles on their faces.  Ronak Devda Class XII The Fabindia School 

Save Environment - Simran Soni

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The word environment refers to all ecological units 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' principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action to protect the environment. On world environment day, we all take a day off from our work and join various campaigns to spread awareness about environmental protection. Moreover, we all plant small saplings in a barren land to grow and flourish in the land area after some years. We also take part in various processions to make people aware of this day to protect our environment. Simran Soni Class VI The Fabindia School

Grow More Trees - Budh Kunwar

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Trees play an important role in our life. Without trees, we can't imagine our life. Trees give oxygen to breathe, and it takes carbon dioxide. They purify the air. They give us flowers, fruits, wood, and shade. They are also home to many birds and insects. Some trees are used to make medicines. We make beautiful furniture from wood. Without trees, it's difficult for us to get rain. Sitting under a tree for few hours relaxes our mind and body.  I would request everyone not to cut trees, instead grow more and more plants and trees for themselves.  Budh Kunwar  Class IV The Fabindia School

Service - Tanmay Singh

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Hi!  Today I wish to share my farming experience with you. Last week I visited my farmhouse. I saw that a farmer was ploughing the field. I saw a group of birds twittering and hovering on the field. I was moving around the field in the evening. Then the rain started. The farmer sat near the bullock, and the birds flew away. When the rain stopped, the farmer started ploughing the field. I asked him to teach me how to do it. I also ploughed the field. It was my first day when I ploughed the field. I really enjoyed it. I learned that farming is not an easy task; it takes lots of effort and skills to grow crops. We must be thankful to all the farmers for the food we eat. Tanmay Singh Class VIII B The Fabindia School

Teamwork - Bhumika Nimbark

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Teamwork is an activity in which many people work together to achieve a goal. The most important person in a team is the leader. The leader is the one who brings the idea of team spirit among his teammates so that they work properly in a cooperative manner. If the leader doesn't complete his duties, then his team can never achieve success. I learned the value of teamwork when my teacher told me to prepare a play on Human Rights within a week for an upcoming occasion. I was given a team of 20 students, and only a few of them were cooperative. I was apprehensive about how we will do it, but then, as a responsible leader, I prepared the dialogues for my team, and I was very strict towards them so that the task could be completed on time. In 6 days, my team was ready with their dialogues, their pretty props, the different scenes, and on the last day, we performed our play in front of the whole school. By that day, I learned the importance of teamwork and leadership in a tea

Friendship - Priyanshu Adha

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Today I will share what friendship means to me. Friendship is a small word, but it has the whole world in itself only. That’s why this relationship must be pure, and the whole relationship is based on simply trust. It is the most precious gift of life. Friends are those who help you, enjoy with you, understand you. We know many people in our life, but not all are friends. Friendship is the most valuable relationship in the life of a person. Real friendship is the relationship of two or more trusting each other and not expecting anything in return. Friendship is the way of being lovable and trust each other. We must preserve it throughout our lifetime. Priyanshu Adha Class VII B The Fabindia School