Importance of morning walk
“Mind resides in a healthy body“. We all agree that in today’s fast life it is essential to keep ourselves fit and active. Therefore we must set up a proper routine to complete our daily work so that we have some time for ourselves too. A morning walk is a good way to start with our routine as the atmosphere is silent and clean. There is cool breeze blowing and it feels refreshing. Morning walk tones our muscles and improves our blood circulation. Our body becomes energetic and we remain fit and healthy.
Good eating habits
We should develop good habits while eating food. We should never eat our food before washing our hands with soap. We should pray to God before and after having food. We should be careful while eating that we don’t spoil our dress. We should chew our food properly. We should always use spoon and fork while eating. We should cover our dress with a napkin. We must not waste food because there are millions of people who do not get sufficient food. After having food we should keep our plates in their right place and clean the table.
Say no to plastic
Science has helped humanity to progress a lot. We can see several inventions of science around. Our life has become easy and comfortable because of these inventions. But as we know, there are two sides to a coin. Besides these beneficial discoveries, science has also given us some hazards which have become a big problem for us. One such discovery is plastic. It has become almost impossible to get rid of this problem. Plastic is getting choked in lanes, eaten by the animals it is even polluting the water bodies. One single plastic product takes almost thousands years to get disposed. It is becoming a serious hazard to life on the planet. So we should ban the use of plastic at all levels and use cloth and jute bags items which can be disposed of and recycle easily.
A bad day at school
I was very happy and excited on Saturday morning. It was an activity day in our school and our class has ‘best out of waste’ activity. My mum prepared a mini bag of all the required materials while I got ready for school. I was lost in thinking about the group we will be in, the article I was about to make a pen stand. Our day started at school as usual and finally the activity period also started. Everyone took out the material but I ransacked the whole bag but my mini bag was not inside. I was almost in tears. My partner offered me his material and we discussed over the matter. All of a sudden, our teacher noticed us talking and started scolding. When we tried to explain, she expelled us from the the classroom. To our bad luck principal sir was on round and he came to us. He too scolded us for our carelessness and our participation in the activity was cancelled. It was a very bad day I ever experienced at school.
A Rainy Day
It was a fine Sunday morning I was still in bed at 9 o’clock I suddenly could hear some clattering over the shade of our garage I was over- enjoyed I knew it was raining I had planned to leave the bed late but this sudden joy couldn’t retain me on the bed anymore. I jumped out of the bed and ran to the window. Heavy showers made the roads with everywhere and it became hazy all over all the excitement drove my mind crazy and I started making paper boats with my mother’s permission I went out in the parking area and soaked myself in rain also sailed my paper boats small water puddles there. It was indeed a very joyful rainy Sunday for me after 3 hours of good rain, the sun showed brightly and I sat down to pen down my experience in my diary.
I have a pet rabbit. Its name is Bunnie. It is brown in colour and white patches on one eye and both the ears. It is soft and furry. It likes to eat carrots. It keeps running around in the garden. Whenever it sees me, it runs between my legs and pimps around me. We have made a small burrow for it in the garden.
I love Bunnie very much.
Essay on Indian festival Diwali
India is a land of festivals and fairs. Diwali or Deepavali is one of the most important and colourful festivals of the India. It is called the festival of lights. Diwali celebrate the return of the lot of Lord Rama, Sita and Lakshman to Ayodhya after living for 14 years in exile. The people of Ayodhya came out rejoicing, in large numbers, to receive them. This festival has been celebrated since the days of Lord Rama. People prepare for great festival by whitewashing and painting their houses, shops and other buildings.
On the day of Diwali, houses, shops and other buildings are decorated with lighted candles, diyas and small bulbs. We can see illuminations all over. On Diwali day, people put on fine clothes, they look happy and are in festive mood. They meet and exchange greetings with their relations and friends. They also exchange sweets.
On the Diwali night, Lord Ganesha and Lakshmi, the Goddesses of wealth, are worshiped. People playing with crackers and sparklers. The prayer for wealth, health and prosperity. This festival is celebrated all over India. All people, irrespective of caste or create join in the celebration. Indian communities living in other countries to celebrate this festival.
The horse has a strong and beautiful body. He has four legs and a long beautiful tail. His neck looks very beautiful. Horses are of many sizes and colours. He is a very useful animal. He is harnessed to carriages. He is used for riding and ploughing. Some horses are specially trained to be used in battles and processions. He carries heavy loads specially in hilly countries. The horses eats grass and grams. He is very faithful to his master. Warriors are very fond of their horses.
Our class sits in a room in the upper storey. It is 25 feet long and 20 feet wide. There are two doors, four windows and 8 ventilators. The walls are painted with bright colors. The floor is made of wooden. Our room is airy, open and well ventilated.
There are 20 tables 40 chairs. The tables are arranged in 5 rows of 4 tables each. There are 2 chairs at each table. In front there is a raised wooden platform. The teacher’s table, chair and a blackboard are placed on the platform. There is an almirah for the use of teachers.
The walls are decorated with beautiful pictures, cartoon characters, maps, diagrams and mottoes. A smart board is also there in our class. The time table and charts hung on the front wall. It is kept perfectly neat and clean.
Essay on Journey by train
I have travelled by train many times. But these were short Journeys. One day, my father told us that he is going to Kanyakumari on a business trip. He decided to take the whole family with him. We were thrilled to hear this good news. We packed our luggage and went to Kota by train, as our real journey was to start from there. At Kota we boarded the Rajdhani Express for Kanyakumari. We travelled in a second class AC compartment.
The journey was very comfortable. We passed through many states. I looked out during the day and enjoyed the scenery all along. We saw cattle grazing, people working in the fields, beautiful flower Gardens and orchards of fruit trees. Our train made very few halts. Meals was served at regular interval. We enjoyed the delicious food.
The scenery along the Konkan coast was really very beautiful. Our train passed through many tunnels. Then we reached Ernakulam, a very clean and beautiful city. From Ernakulam, we boarded another train for Kanyakumari. This part of our journey from Ernakulam to Kanyakumari was still more enjoyable. At last we reached our destination, Kanyakumari, the southern tip of India. We can never forget our journey.