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Jan 19, 2018

Essay on Autobiography of a Pencil for Class 5

I am Apsara pencil. I don't know where I was born as I am in this shop as long as I remember.

I heard from the shopkeeper that I was born in a factory. My outer body is black and my name is written on it but what is in the name. I am with my friends here as they all look like me. I can watch human passing by.

Autobiography of a Pencil for Class 5

Several people also had a glance to buy or have a look at the store. I have special qualities which are different from my friend pen is that I can write underwater and in zero gravity as well. In the meantime, I was purchased by a famous painter from this shop and I am staying with him. His desk is organized and clean. I am his favorite pencil and a new friend. The painter finds pleasure in drawing with me. I am also very glad and proud of my efforts. I am happy and do my best to help him finish his work on time. He uses me to draw many paintings of people and its surroundings. Then he adds color to make me look nice. The painter gets so much money and fame as I help him to draw with. His thoughts and ideas are present in his mind and then display through me. This is how I try to spread human imagination and thoughts from one generation to another. I am very fond of my owner. He always takes care that my body does not get scratched.

Thus, Culture and Art of human are so much dependent on me. I have great power to show human mind and heart on paper.I feel special.

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Jan 12, 2018

Essay on Brinjal For Class 5

A brinjal is also known as an eggplant because it resembles the shape of an ostrich’s egg.

Most of the people hate brinjal but it is a treasure trove of essential vitamins and minerals. Brinjal is rich in phosphorus, iron, magnesium, copper and vitamins A, B and C. The high potassium content in brinjal helps in the regulation of blood pressure. Broadly, brinjal comes in many shapes, colors and sizes but purple color, round brinjals are most popular. Consumption of brinjal increases one’s appetite and strengthens the stomach. The green head of brinjal is an excellent healer of piles. People suffering from loose motion or constipation are suggested to have brinjal. It is the best remedy for joint pains and injury. Brinjal also prevents neurological diseases, cancer and ageing. It boosts up our cardiovascular system. One must not intake brinjal when suffering from piles, fever or skin diseases. Brinjal is also used as a medicinal herb by the specialists. It controls high cholesterol and type 2 diabetes. Brinjal is known as the ‘King of Vegetables’ in South India.

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Jan 5, 2018

Essay on The Reddish Carrots

A carrot is basically a root vegetable with red-orange color. It is known to have many essential nutrients and vitamins that are important for the overall growth of the body.

Carrot is very tasty and visually appealing. It contains beta-carotene which is a red pigment. This red pigment provides red color to the carrot and is converted into vitamin A by our body. Vitamin A boosts up night vision. The red pigment also enhances the glow of our skin.

Essay on The Reddish Carrots

Carrot possesses dietary fibers which improve digestive health and prevents many heart-related diseases like cancer, diabetes, weight gain etc. Carrot contains many minerals like calcium, iron, potassium, copper, zinc and phosphorus that facilitate metabolic processes of the body. Minerals play a vital role in the development and growth of strong bones, teeth, hair, etc. Carrot is known to improve memory. In short, one must include carrot in his balanced diet.

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Dec 29, 2017

Essay on "Should Woman work?"

Over the centuries, we have witnessed a new thinking where men and women stood equal shoulder to shoulder.

But since time immemorial, we have seen that man and woman have equal roles but in different genres.Women have the role of taking care of the house and men have the role of earning the bread. Each role is important in its own way.

Essay on Should Woman work?

Females are the only beings who witness the miracle of God, i.e., to give birth and that miracle in itself is greater than work.

Through the above statement, it can be justified that nothing is above than creating a place which can be called home. There have been many incidents and instances where earning bread was not a problem but making a place called home which is filled with laughter and joy was missing.Women's pious and perfect role is in igniting the fire of the hearth so that all the family members can come around and enjoy the family time.

Her role, which was already written in the ancient books, if firm and determined because it takes a lot of hard work, more than earning bread, to fill up a house with laughter.

No doubt, women are left to her own choice as to what she wants to do but societies negative ideologies about creating differences is something to think about.

Women are the reason for the existence of our future generation. The notion of the thought "Why women should not work" is under the belief that women are already doing work which is greater above all, i.e., to create a home filled with warmth and love and also creating life.

As far as money is concerned, living on the bread earned by the spouse is not called dependency but a pure exchange where the man brings the bread and the women makes the hearth.The societal pressure and the societies way of thinking in a negative notion have brainwashed us which is not uncommon. The maturity lies in knowing our own worth and understanding why the roles were divided centuries ago.

This free-spirited thought should be taken into account because women should know their own value and their own work and should not let other's idea of 'work' fall in their way.

Many families around the world break apart because similar roles are overwhelmingly influencing their lives which is not right. A balance should be maintained where women who are sensitive, can handle the children lovingly and she is also strong because she takes matters of the house in her own hands, whereas the man earns bread and takes care of other responsibilities

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Thus, being keen and mindful of ourselves brings more joy than doing something which does not genuinely make us happy. This thought without limits is something which should be thought and pondered upon so that there is an equilibrium in the society, family and also within ourselves. Rather than being judgemental, it should be taken with positivity.

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Dec 22, 2017

Essay on Foggy Weather

Foggy weather is just condensed water vapor close to the ground. To understand fog, we need to tackle humidity.

The surrounding air us can hold a certain amount of water vapor, or water in a gaseous state. Foggy weather consists of many problems. Ill health would come at the top of any list of the effects of foggy weather and smog followed by disruptions in transport services.

Essay on Foggy weather

Fog reduces visibility, obstructs sunlight, the dankness leads to depression. But when dust and toxic particles like those of carbon monoxide and sulphur oxide from industrial and vehicular emissions remain suspended in the air, their inhalation makes heart ailments and not only compounds respiratory diseases like asthma, but also causes a range of ear-nose-throat problems including congestion and wracking coughs during the foggy season. Sometimes patients are known to suffer permanent lung tissue damage and throwing flight schedules out of gear, poor visibility in foggy conditions has been disrupting train services, stranding passengers at platforms throughout the northern region. Foggy weather intensification in recent years especially in the South and South East Asian region. It is being attributed to increase in vehicular pollution, industrial emissions, aerosols, indiscriminate burning of biomass, forest fires and bovine emissions, with growing populations and increasing density. On a larger canvas, atmospheric pollutants are contributing to climate change, through disturbances in the regional hydrological cycle and global warming. Foggy weather is detrimental to agriculture, too. Fog ultimately handicaps economic growth. Man-hours lost to delays and poor health, commuting glitches and late arrival at work, fall in tourist traffic, and fall in agricultural production tend to have a cascading effect. Add to this loss of school and college hours. Smog management and mitigating its effects is serious business; it requires effective regulation, scientific solutions and public awareness to abate smog.

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Dec 15, 2017

Essay on Badminton I Like the Most

Badminton is an exceptional outdoor game because it really vitalizes our spirits and can also be a form of good exercise.

I like playing badminton because it is a pair game. There are two rackets and a shuttlecock involved in the game. The two opponents in the game need to toss the shuttlecock with the rackets. There may or may not be a net in between the two opponents.

Essay on Badminton I Like the Most

The outdoor game is not only a good exercise, but it also builds up a strong social connection. People mostly play badminton while they are on a family picnic or on a visit to a farmhouse which adds up to the fun of the family vacation.

It is mostly played in schools, colleges and many national and international badminton competitions are held. It is not only counted as an outdoor sports games but it can also be turned into a well sought out profession.

Many memories are built while playing badminton and I have created many memories through badminton because it was taught by my father. There is an emotional connect with the game because there are so many memories attached to it. I liked playing badminton since childhood and it has been my favourite sports game ever since. I had played a lot of collegiate and inter-collegiate competitions and have won many prizes for badminton. This game has made me grow as a person and has also made me try out other outdoor games.

I was appreciated a lot by my family and teachers because badminton has been a pivotal point in my career and has made me the person I am today. Because of my peers and family, I could make this exceptional sport into a profession which will stay with me forever.

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Dec 8, 2017

Essay on Laxmi Prasad Devkota

Laxmi Prasad Devkota was a Nepali poet, playwright, and novelist. Devkota was born on the night of Lakshmi Pooja on 12 November 1909 in Kathmandu.

His father name is Teel Madhav Devkota and his mother name is Rajyalakshmi Devi.He started his early education at Durber High school. He received his matriculate degree from Patna and graduated from Patna University.He started his working career in Nepal Bhasanuwad Parishad where he met famous Playwright of Nepal Balkrishna Sama.He was greatly influenced by him and from there he started writing novels,poem,etc.

Essay on Laxmi Prasad Devkota

He also used to write Nepali literature.Devkota had the ability to compose long epics and poems with literary complexity and philosophical density in very short periods of time.he had completely grabbed over Sanskrit and Nepali language.But despite of these two languages he influenced by newer language. Some of his epics are Shankuntala,Suluchan,etc and his poems are Kunjini, Luni,etc. He was awarded with the title of Maha Kavi in Nepali literature. He was one of the greatest poet in the history of Nepal and Nepali.He dead at the age of 50 because he was suffered from cancer.But he is still alive in our heart.

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Dec 1, 2017

Essay on A time that you took a stand for someone or for an issue that you care about

Childhood is that time in your life when everything is perfect. In a human's circle of life, childhood is a stage of innocence.

  A passage of time when nothing can go wrong. But that might not be the entire truth. Childhood is susceptible to multiple fragmented moments which can ruin a man's entire life. One such case is being bullied. Bullying links to the development of anxiety, depression and psychological disorder and affects adulthood in a tremendous way. 

Any child can be a bully and any child can be a victim of it. The main chunk, in this case, is to make the children aware of what is right and wrong because in this age of innocence they can be moulded into a good or bad being, which affects their lives in an extreme way. Taking a stand against bullying can change a person's life in a personal and professional way. So I took a stand against bullying.

Essay on A time that you took a stand for someone or for an issue that you care about

One day, I saw a child being bullied and then decided to create an awareness regarding bullying. I stepped down to many schools with my team and held seminars and workshops on how to deal with bullying and how to stop it. Many students came out with their own personal experiences of bullying. 

Therapy and counselling sessions were held and parents were also given a thorough counselling regarding the severity and causes of bullying.

 Conducting a seldom seminar will not stop this issue, so weekly workshops and counselings were held which gave children hope. A minute detail in a child's life matters a lot and we as a responsible citizen should be mindful of creating a safe environment for our children. 

Be aware, be safe.
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