My Country :
The land of Shiva and Krishna, the dream of the Buddha and Mahatma Gandhi, the nursery of temple and mosques is inside my country. She is first and foremost in my thoughts. I love India, my motherland.
India, the biggest democracy and one of the oldest civilsations of the world is the second most populous country into the world, after chain. Indians are courteous people. My country has produced warrior like Puru, Ran Pratap and Shivaji and leasers like Jawaharlal Nehru, Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel and freedom fighters like Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Bagat Singh and Lala Lajpet Ray.
In the fields of literature and science my country has produced eminent person like Rabindranath Tagore, Premchand, Sara Chandra, C.V. Raman, Jagadish Chandra Bose and Dr Abdul Kalama. Such great names make me proud of my country.
My country is a land of villages and fields laden with corps. I am proud of her village’s from where the Indians civilization has blossomed forth. Most of the great leaders of our country came from the villages. Our fields are fed by the mighty rivers like the Ganges, Yamuna, Brahmaputra, Godavari, Narmada, Krishna and Kavery. The Gangetic Valley is the most fertile regions of our land.
The oceans that wash her coasts on three sides and the mighty Himalayas that stand on the north have given my country natural frontiers from sides. Again, the lure of the mountains has attracted many adventures to this land of rich culture.
Ours is a secular state. In her lap breathe the happy followers of the various religions of the world. We have a unique culture which has devolved through the centuries. There is much diversity among our people. We speak many languages, worship many gods and yet we have the same spirit, the spirit of India, running through all parts of our country binding us together. We have great unity in diversity.
My country, because of the many beautiful locations, is the craze of tourists. The Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri, The Qutb and The Red Fort are few for the many wonders which attract human curiosity. Kashmir has been described as a paradise on earth. My country, the country of mountains, valleys, rivers and lakes is a fit abode for the gods, Ooty, Niligiris and the temples of south India, as Kajuraho, Ajanta, and Ellora caves are the places we can boost of.
Apr 15, 2016-My country Nepal is surrounded by two countries. China lies in the east and the west, while India covers the north and the south. It lies in the northern hemisphere. It has three geographical zones: Himalayan, Mountainous and Tarai. We have monsoon climate. It is very cold and dry in the winter and hot, stormy and rainy in the summer. It is rich in natural beauty and resources. It has long and wide rivers like Koshi, Gandaki, and Karnali.
We have large lakes like Rupa, Begnas, and Rara etc. Likewise, we have green valleys and lovely water falls.We have a rich religious and historical heritage. Lumbini, Gorkha, Janakpur, Kathmandu are famous examples of our cultural wealth.
Nepal is a country of highly diverse and rich geography, culture, and religions. The mountainous north has eight of the world’s ten highest mountains, including the highest, Sagarmatha, known in English as Mount Everest. People of many castes and religions live here. About a hundred languages are spoken. Our popular foods are dal bhat, dhindo, gundurk etc. and our most popular festivals Dashain, Tihar, Lhosar and Eid among others. We observe these festivals very happily.
Biraj Dhungel Class 1 Gurukul Pearls School
Gurukul Pearls School
Memories to treasure
Every student’s second home is his/her school. My second home is my school Himalaya Vidya Mandir. It has always been the best place for me where I can enjoy and learn lots of things.
I have studied in this school for eight years and every day I
gather many memories which will last till the end of my life. These eight years have been the best part of my life. My school has given me so much of love, care and
support, as a parent would their children.
Every day, I have felt lucky to be part of the HVM family. I feel thankful to all my teachers who taught me and picked me up every time I fell down. They were the ones who always showed me the right way and never let me walk the wrong path. Without them, my school life would have reached a halt. Another fantastic aspect of my school life was that
I got the most awesome friends. They are as crazy as I am, and have stayed with me and supported me in every happy as well as sad moment of my life. Whenever I felt lonely they were always there to make me laugh by doing and saying funny things which never failed to bring a smile to my face. I’ll never forget the fights and the teamwork that I shared with my fellow friends. One thing that I will always remember is gossiping and cheating during examinations.
HVM has taught me to be confident, strong and to have a positive attitude. It has taught me to fight back and stay strong in the face of every problem that comes my way. Words can’t describe how many memories I have shared in my school.
I have already given my SLC examination and my schooldays are over. Tears roll down my eyes when I think of leaving HVM. I don’t have any idea how I’m going to live my life without my loving teachers, caring seniors, cute juniors, and my funny friends with whom I spent my eight years.
HVM has always been and will be the best thing I have ever experienced in my life. I would like to thank my teachers for bringing out the best in me and giving me so many wonderful memories to treasure when I leave school.
Alila Shrestha Class 10 Himalaya Vidya Mandir
Himalaya Vidya Mandir
Striving under intense pressure,
With loneliness of continuous struggle.
Moving on towards eternal progress,
Distanced from the ocean of hypocrisy.
The materialistic worldly affairs,
Emancipating myself to the fullest
A dream to be at the top of humanity.
Jadav Puja Class 10 Swastik Pathshala
Food and my mood
I want to eat some food,
When I am in the mood.
So, I planted some fruit,
And spread some soot.
Then, I searched for my fruit
And found it hiding behind my roof.
Soon, came a light,
And I recognised.
I said, “Hello, Mr Moon”
The moon said,
“You planted such good fruit.”
Subigya Rai Class 3 Sunshine Kinder House
Sunshine Kinder House
MY TIMES WITH KITTU
I remember the first time I saw that kitten. I was playing in our backyard when I noticed that he was playfully staring at me. His beautiful light grey coloured eyes wouldn’t let me take my eyes off of him. He was so cute and adorable. We named him Kittu. Every time I would pet Kittu, I got a special sensation that was so full of life and would make each moment with Kittu special. I don’t know what kind of power he had but he automatically stretched my mouth and turned it into a smile. My siblings and I started playing with him whenever we were free. We had a very strong bond with Kittu. We used to understand when he was hungry by his actions and give him milk and food. He would eat them in a rather sweet way that other cats
usually don’t. We never wanted him to feel the lack of a mother.
Kittu had started to become a bright part of our day. Days passed so fast I wasn’t even aware of time passing by me. We were totally unaware of the sadness soon to follow us. Kittu was lost. We thought that he would come back soon. We searched for Kittu everywhere. One day, as I was walking down the street, my eyes went to the dump of waste beside the road. Our cat was there with his eyes closed and body stretched with bleeding from some part. Kittu was no more. After that incident, we didn’t feel like eating, reading or doing any kind of work. We were just thinking about Kittu.
If I ever meet Kittu again, I would like to thank him for making my moments so special. I know he will not understand my mother tongue. But there’s one language that anyone can understand, that is love. And Kittu taught me the best of it.
I used to hear people say that cats are the sign of misfortune. They believe in some nonsensical superstitions such as, “If cats cross the way we are walking towards, it makes our upcoming time inauspicious,” that portray the poor cats as negative creatures. I don’t think any such things make sense. Ever since Kittu turned up in my life, there was not a day that I felt sad or unhappy. There was not a day that I felt was a mishap. Even my mom and dad cared for Kittu without a bit of hesitation.
From the day Kittu died, I have been protesting against such
superstitions. If anyone says any such things then I try to explain to them that god has created every
creature with equal amounts of love, and wants each and every creature to be respected and to treat each other with equal respect. And we humans must realise it as we are the most educated ones.
The short time spent with Kittu has left an endless memory in my heart. It was a way of nature to teach me how beautiful some creatures can be. It was a way of nature to teach me that those creatures aren’t to be caged in houses. They must be free to struggle for their existence. Who knows, maybe Kittu would have been alive if we hadn’t brought him home. But today, “Kittu is a story of love, teacher of goodness and an amazing part of my childhood” is all I would like to say.
Aditya Pant Class 7 Vidhya Sanskar School
Vidhya Sanskar School
Published: 15-04-2016 08:29
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