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Friday, 14 May 2021

Paragraph on 'Importance of Morning Walk'

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There are some simple habits all around the world follow for ages. Morning walk is one such age-old activity. Morning walk means brisk walking in the fresh air in the early hours of morning. It is a healthy habit. It is the best form of exercise. We have different ways to undertake exercise. Some of these are taking part in games, cycling, swimming and so on. But for all these we have to depend on other people or instruments. But morning walk is an independent exercise. It provides man with enough exercise after a long night's rest and provides fresh oxygen of the cool morning air. Nature is at her prettiest mood in the morning. Morning air is fresh and free from pollution. The atmosphere is calm in the morning. The peeping of faint faint sunlight, the cool morning air, the twittering of birds create an ambience when one feels closer to nature. A deep sense of peace fills the air.Taking a walk in the morning is a good start for the day's work.The sweet sights and sounds of nature refresh us. Our eyes and ears are delighted. Our mind is relaxed. We are in high spirits throughout the day. Morning walk is the best exercise for both the body and the mind. It is an excellent medicine for many diseases. So all of us must have the habit of walking in the morning.


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Friday, 9 April 2021

Biography on Mother Teresa

Biography on Mother Teresa

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Mother Teresa was the loving mother to the ailing humanity. She was an apostle of love, peace and benevolence. She was a rare phenomenon in this unfeeling world of woes. This saintly woman was born on 27th August, 1910 in the village Skopje in Albania. Her earlier name was Agnes Gonxhas Bojaxhiu. Her father, who was a kind and charitable man, was a building contractor. Her mother who was a pious lady came from Venice in Italy. From her childhood Agnes took great interest in the ritual of the church. She loved books and spent long hours in reading.


She had her early education at the Sacred Heart Church School in Albania. At twelve, she first expressed her desire to be a nun. She learnt that early missionaries had offered services to India. She also came to know about the Loreto nuns who had been working in Bengal. She came to Kolkata in 1928. From Kolkata, she was sent to Darjeeling where she began her life as a trainee nun at the Loreto Novitiate. After two years of prayer, discipline and hard work, she became a sister of Loreto. She came to be known as Sister Teresa in 1931. Having completed her training, Sister Teresa joined Loreto Convent at Entally in Kolkata as a Geography teacher and after a few years became its principal.


But her heart cried for the distressed dwellers of a slum opposite to the convent. She wanted to help and share everything she had with those who lived in hunger and poverty, dirt and disease. She attended to the poor and dying people in the slums. With all her love, energy and dedication, she won the hearts of the poor slum dwellers.


It was 10 September, 1946, she decided to leave the convent to serve the suffering humanity. She got permission from the Pope, who blessed her on her mission. Clad in a white saree with a blue border, a small cross and the Bible in one hand, she left the convent with strength of mind. She went to medical training to be a nurse at Patna. On her return, she started her mission of serving the poor and the distressed in Kolkata. She started her work in the slum area around Loreto Convent, Entally. She taught slum children not to use bad language and to always help others. She gave them lessons on hygiene. She set up a school. The school began to grow and was given the name 'Nirmal Hriday'.


She set up Missionaries of Charity in 1950. She also founded 'Nirmala Kennedy Centre', 'Nirmal Sishubhavan', 'Leprosy Heritage' in Howrah and Sodepur. She extended her works aboard. She was love personified. Honours were showered upon her from India and aboard. She was the recipient of 'Padmashree', 'Jawaharlal Nehru Award', 'Desikottam', 'Magsaysay' etc. She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1980. Such a great soul left her mortal frame on September 5, 1997. She was beatified in the Vatican by Pope John Paul II on October 19, 2003.


She is no more among us. But her call 'clothe the naked child' still rings in our ears. This angelic soul remains and will remain in our loving memory forever. In the present days of disharmony, Mother Teresa is, of course, a very symbol of peace and salvation.


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Biography of Swami Vivekananda

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Friday, 26 March 2021

Biography of Swami Vivekananda

Biography of Swami Vivekananda

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Swami Vivekananda


Twelfth January, 1863 saw the birth of a new star in the religious horizon of the world. On this day pious Biswanath Dutta, an attorney of Calcutta High court, and Bhubaneswari Devi were blessed with a son whom they fondly called 'Bile'. His real name was Narendranath. Young Narendranath was a lively and even naughty boy who was more fond of sports and games and active life than a life of contemplation and meditation. But as a student of Scottish Church College he became serious and showed interest in Western philosophy and became familiar with the then progressive Brahma Society of Calcutta. But none of these things satisfied his queries about the ultimate truth. So he went to Dakshineswar to meet Ramkrishna with whom he seemed to feel an immediate spiritual affinity. The meeting initiated a turning point of his life. Later he became the disciple of the prophet and came to be known as Swami Vivekananda. It was under Ramakrishna's mystical impact that Vivekananda felt himself to be a capable apostle of Hindu Vedanta philosophy. He set sail for America to take part in the World Religion Congress to present to the West the authentic Hindu view of life. His profound and eloquent speech held the audience spellbound and for the first time in the modern era the West heard from the lips of the young Hindu yogi the truth of Hinduism of which they had been ignorant till then. Through his historic speech, the Hindu monk conveyed the eternal messages of 'Help and not Fight', 'Assimilation and not Destruction' 'Harmony and Peace and not Dissension'. Returning to India Vivekananda made efforts to found the Ramakrishna Mission. He founded the Ramakrishna Mission in May, 1897 and Belur Math in December, 1898. Swamiji was a symbol of endless energy, courage and strength. "Arise! Awake! And stop not till the goal is reached" was his inspiring message. He was a great patriot, social reformer and man of letters. His works inspire the spirit of nationalism in the youth of India. Swamiji left his mortal frame on 4th July, 1902 at the age of 39 but his eternal messages will serve as a beacon for generations to come. In the words of Chelyshev, "Many years will pass, many generations will come and go, Vivekananda and his time will become the distant past, but never will fade the memory of the man who all his life dreamed of a better future for people."


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Saturday, 20 March 2021

Paragraph on Corona Virus (Covid-19)

Paragraph on Corona Virus (Covid-19)

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Corona Virus (Covid-19) | Image : Pixabay


  Coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in the human respiratory system. COVID-19 is a new strain of virus. So it was named "Novel Coronavirus". Coronavirus is zoonotic, meaning it is transmitted between animals and people. It causes common cold to more severe diseases. Coronavirus was first identified during December, 2019 in Wuhan city of China. The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Covid-19 outbreak a pandemic on March 11, 2020. Many countries imposed lockdowns to control the infection of coronavirus.


Fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties are the common symptoms of the coronavirus. Signs of fatigue, muscle pain, loss of smell and taste can also be found in Covid-19 patients. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure and even death. Coronavirus is more dangerous for old and those people who have health problems.


The COVID-19 virus spreads primarily through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose when an infected person coughs or sneezes. So we can protect ourselves by avoiding close contact with anyone showing symptoms of covid-19 disease. To prevent infection, we must wash hands regularly with soap or sanitizer. We must maintain social distance, wear masks in public and avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth.


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Sunday, 14 March 2021

Notice for starting online classes during lockdown / Covid-19 pandemic

Write a notice as the Headmaster /Headmistress of your school for starting online classes during lockdown / Covid-19 pandemic.


XYZ School

No……     Date : 15.05.2020

Online Classes

We are aware of the fact that corona virus has spread all over the world. The government of India has imposed lockdown to control the Covid-19 pandemic situation. The government is giving advices us to maintain social distancing norms and stay at home to break the chain of the virus. In this situation, normal schooling has come to sudden halt. Keeping in view the welfare of the students, the school authority has decided to start online classes from the coming week. Classes will be conducted on the Google Meet platform. Classes will be conducted by the respective subject teachers. Each class will be of 45 minutes duration. So, all the students and their respective guardians are notified to download the said app in their smartphones. The schedule and a complete guideline of the online classes will be notified soon so that online classes will be conducted smoothly. It is hoped that all the students and the guardians will cooperate wholeheartedly to succeed the programme.

Sd/-

..................

Headmaster

XYZ School


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Thursday, 4 March 2021

Paragraph on 'Visit To A Historical Place'

Visit To A Historical Place

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        A visit to a new place is pleasant to all. I enjoyed a wonderful place on my last summer vacation. I, along with my family, went to Maharashtra. We took the morning train from Howrah. Me and my brother sat by the window. It was a pleasant journey indeed. I saw beautiful landscapes, stations, towns, villages on both sides of the railway line. After two days of journey we reached Aurangabad. We put up in a hotel near the Ajanta caves. It is a place of historical interest. There are 29 caves and they depict the story of Buddhism. The caves are formed in the form of a horse shoe. The frescos and sculptures were done thousands of years ago. The sculptures were carved out from one single rock. I liked the place very much. It will remain as an unforgettable trip to me. 



Visit To A Historical Place

Paragraph on a visit to a historical place, Hazarduari Palace
Hazarduari Palace | Image : Wikimedia Commons 


A visit to a new place is pleasant to all. I enjoyed a wonderful place on my last winter vacation. One foggy morning in December last year I went to Murshidabad with my parents. We came up to Berhampore by train. From there we reached Murshidabad by a motor-car. It was a pleasant journey indeed. I saw beautiful landscapes, stations, towns, villages on both sides of the railway line. Murshidabad is a place of historical interest. Our first destination was the Jafarganze Palace. It is the place where Nawab Siraj-ud-Doula was brutally murdered. With a heavy heart we then came to Katra Mosque. Murshid Kuli Khan is sleeping here peacefully in his grave. Next we went to Motijheel Palace. The conspiracy to defeat Siraj sadly took place here. After lunch we went to Khusbag. Here we visited the tombs of Nawab Alivardi Khan, Siraj and his wife Lutfulnessa. Atlast we visited the Hazarduari. It is a nice palace with many real and some false doors. We saw the weapons used by the nawabs of Bengal. We saw so many precious paintings there. I was simply thrilled. Then it was time to return. The sweet and sad memories of Murshidabad of the bygone days began to flash upon my inward eye.


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