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.
Based on the chapter Compassion from Is Your Child Ready To Face The World by Dr Anupam Sibal. As some of us might know, compassion is the feeling of caring for someone. It is to feel for someone, understand one's sense and perform a kind gesture. That little gesture can change someone's life! All of us are born with compassion and empathy. It is our choice to continue that or go on the wrong path. It might be difficult as most people tend to go on the wrong way. Take the example of Mother Teresa- At the age of twelve, Mother Teresa decided to become a nun. She saw the poverty in the world and decided to help the poor. She helped those who needed it the most. It's similar to Princess Diana. Although she faced several obstacles, she helped several people. She talked about those who didn't care. It doesn't matter how big or small your act is, but compassion is essential. Rishona Chopra Grade V Gyanshree School
I am on my journey to find my Ikigai, While wishing I, Could see it sooner. But little do I know, That my journey, Is an army, To find my ikigai, And that itself is an ikigai. All ambitions and dreams, Half-fulfilled streams. Never have I felt this passion. To find my meaning for being. We all were born to do something. But this question always encounters us - What is my reason for being? The beautiful part is that knowing this takes a long journey for most people. Some of us already know our passion - our reason for being. It's okay if you don't. It's a journey that has to enjoy. Have you ever felt that by watching a movie related to space, you want to become an astronaut or perhaps by watching a few video games, you want to be a creator? Many people have gone through this journey, and you know you don't really have to put in any effort. Life unfolds itself with its wonders. Let it. Rishona Chopra Grade VI Gyanshree School
'In this, our 75th year of Independence … we needed quality literature around our great tribal freedom fighters. This book is a genuinely commendable start in that direction. —Arjun Munda, Minister of Tribal Affairs Our first war of Independence was not in 1857. In fact, tribal mutinies against the British began at least 75 years before the 1857 revolution. These battles were fought with traditional bows and arrows and spears and predated the reported political movement that came to the fore in the latter part of the nineteenth century. As we complete 75 years of Independence, it is only fair to acknowledge that a parallel freedom movement existed in our far-flung villages and jungles, away from the mainstream freedom movement recognised in the books of history. The Tribal Warriors Of Bharat shows how we see only those we are shown, but behind the freedom of India, there are many unseen soldiers or, shall I say, fighters whose stories were never heard. I haven't read this book