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.
विद्यार्थी जीवन में अनुशासन का महत्व
‘जग की सुंदरता वृक्षों एवं वनों से नहीं वरन् उसके नागरिकों से बढ़ती है‘ जा पंक्तियां पूर्णतः सत्य है। अनुशासित नागरिक ही संसार का पालन कर सकता है। आज का विद्यार्थी ही कल का नागरिक है।
“विद्यार्थी जिनमें हो अनुशासन, नागरिक बन संभाले प्रशासन”
विद्यार्थी जीवन में अनुशासन का बहुत महत्व है। विद्यार्थी अपनी पढ़ाई के साथ विद्यालय को भी नियमित रखता है। विद्यार्थी को अपने पढ़ाई की सामग्री के साथ नियमित, विद्यालय में पहुंचना चाहिए। वहां पूरी श्रद्धा के साथ अध्ययन करना चाहिए। अध्यापक गण जो पढ़ावें उसे ध्यान से सुनना चाहिए। अध्यापक की आज्ञा का पालन करना ही विद्यार्थी का कर्तव्य बनता है।
“अनुशासित विद्यार्थी कर्म करे नियम बद्ध नम्र रहे अध्ययन करें क्रम बद्ध”
आधुनिक युग में विद्यार्थी अनुशासित नहीं हैं। देश की रक्षा के लिए जिन मूल्यों एवं गुणों की आवश्यकता है उनका विद्यार्थी विनाश कर रहे हैं। विद्यार्थी के अनुशासित रहने के लिए केवल विद्यालय अधिकारी ही नहीं वरन पूरा राष्ट्र चिंतित है। अध्यापक अध्यापक गण अपना सतत प्रयत्न कर विद्यार्थी को अनुशासित बनाकर उन्नति प्राप्त करवाना चाहते हैं।
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.