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Feb 24, 2017

Essay on 'Soil of Bihar' For Class 5

Bihar is one of the most blessed lands in India with the land being fed by the sediments of the great Ganges and the mighty Kosi rivers. Being located in the typical Indian plains the tropical soil dominates the landscape and is rich in water which makes it perfect for wheat, rice, sugarcane, and maize and pulse cultivation.

The soil of Bihar is one of the best in India majorly because of the flat slow plains which make the rivers slow down and results in the settling of the sediment that adds to the fertility of the soil.

 Essay on Soil of Bihar

The Indo Gangetic plain contains thick alluvial soil rich in humus, loam and water. The upper stream area is mix of alluvial and clay from the valleys of Nepal while the lower stream soil is dark but misses phosphorus and nitrogen. However the soil is extremely rich in potash and lime which makes it perfect for cash crops. However wherever the water slows down greatly the soil turns into marshy areas especially in the North West area and is fit for growth of natural indigo. The terai soil which is perfect for rice cultivation is found in the north and also towards the Bengal border. Also the state has a 7.1% forest cover which means that the forest covered dark soil is also predominantly available especially in the Nepal touching areas. The southern portion is however mostly non cultivable land and is dominated by mineral content specially the iron ore which is the part of the Chota Nagpur plateau.

Overall the soil of Bihar is extremely good and form the part of the grain basket of the country. Also the soil is rich in natural sediments making it apt places for organic farming.

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Feb 17, 2017

Essay on 'My City Delhi' for Grade 4


In 1911 when the British transferred the capital of India from then Calcutta to Delhi seldom did they know that what it would become in the coming years? Delhi is one of the largest cities of the country and definitely the hub for all commercial activity in the North and also has the largest airport in the country.

It is called the Dil or heart of the country and its so true. Delhi is the hub for all activity in the country including political commercial, sports art and culture.

Essay on My City Delhi for Grade 4

What makes Delhi so special is the fact that any person belonging to any caste culture, creed or part of the country can find a home here. It is a mix of elite and middle class and also the home to politics. It is connected with all parts of the country and has the busiest railway station with 16 platforms and 5 different active railway stations all of them equally busy. It’s a hustling town which makes the country move ahead. Surrounded by satellite cities, Noida and Gurgaon it has become the IT hub of the north and most companies including Google, Apple, Yahoo and other majors like HCL have their offices or headquarters here in the NCR region.

Delhi is also the fashion city of the country and is responsible for the progress of art and craft. The food of the old city and the trends of the new city are a fusion which is not match able anywhere else in the world. It is incomparable in terms of energy and also unbeatable in terms of pace. Delhi has the largest network of metro transport in the country and the nation’s only airport express train system. It also boasts of the largest CNG run public transport system and being the host of one of the best Common Wealth Games in the history.

Delhi is the pulse of the nation. You can live in Delhi, eat in Delhi, enjoy in Delhi, dream here and to top it all belong to Delhi. This makes Delhi, my city Delhi.

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Feb 10, 2017

Essay on My Favourite Teacher for Class 4

Essay on My Favourite Teacher

My favourite teacher is Mrs Sunitha who is a science teacher. She does not only teach science but also the meaning of life and values. I really enjoy her classes because she is friendly and open to all the students. She also helps the students who are weak in studies and who does not have confidence.

The reason why I like this teacher the most is because she has always encouraged me to pursue my dreams. Even though I don't like science a lot, she till encourages me to pursue my career in the field I am most interested. She always tells amazing stories which inspire us. Not only I but all my classmates like her a lot, she is the beloved teacher of all the students and all the teachers get inspired from her. She is always determined and true to her work. She always made boring topics interesting and always cracked jokes in the class. If students scored fewer marks in the test, she encouraged them to do better next time. She was really happy when we gave her a surprise during her birthday by gifting her greeting cards, chocolates and roses. She is the best teacher.

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Feb 3, 2017

Essay on Lohari Festival For Grade 3

The popular Punjabi festival Lohri is celebrated in the South of Asia in the Punjab region. It is highly fathomed that this festival commemorates the passing of the winter solstice. Winter solstice day is marked with the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year. As per the Gregorian calendar, Lohri is celebrated on 13th January.

This festival is famously known for kite flying and people of all age climb on their house's rooftops to fly kites which are in various bright colours. The special dishes which are eaten on this occasion are Gajak, sarso da saag and Makki di roti, groundnuts and jaggery.

Essay on Lohari Festival For Grade 3

Lohri is also seen by some to be a festival of the harvest of the rabi crops. Other than kite flying, there are also other celebrations like A bonfire, singing and dancing. It is said that on that day, children go from door to door singing folk songs and also collect sweets, savoury and money. The collection collected by children is called Lohri and consists of til, jaggery, popcorn etc which are thrown into the bonfire, which represents burning of the old year and starts the next year on Maghi. Special Lohri songs are also sung during this festival. On the beat of the dhol, people dance on bhangra and gidda wearing brightly coloured clothes. All the families gather and celebrate this festival with utmost love and affection which brings happiness and joy all around.

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