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Hongkong, Pattaya and More

With a long hectic year of standard ten ahead of me, a month and a half of coaching classes did not seem very tedious as I knew we had a lovely and exciting holiday coming up ahead of us.

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PUT ON YOUR DANCING SHOES


Since the time we are born, from the womb to the cradle, from our childhood to the different walks of life, we dance; it’s just that we are not aware of it. Dance is a form of art that I love. Dance is my passion.

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Telling A Story

Postage stamps, the tiny adhesive labels which prove that adequate postage has been paid have also become a venue for story-telling via pictures - Over the years, they have tugged the hearts of nature lovers with pleas from endangered birds and even,

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The Summer of 13

My school was organising a  tour to Kashmir –Srinagar.I was wondering whether I would be fortunate enough to be a part of this tour.SSC exams were round the corner but I tried my luck and asked my parents for permission to go.

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Art with Flip Flops


While experts are still debating over how to clean up the increasing plastic debris in our oceans, one woman is doing something about it - Recycling flip flops and other used sandals that wash up along the shores of Kenya and turning them into colourful works of art.

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Magical Pens

There are some books that are just magical; the words are hauntingly beautiful and the characters warm your heart. These books aren’t just books, they’re companions and they are gateways to another world. There have been two writers who I have a great love for; Maria V. Snyder and Lucy Maud Montgomery.

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Around the World in Eighty Days- Jules Verne

This classic by Jules Verne is an enjoyable, exciting story of a wealthy Englishman named Phileas Fogg and how he goes on to win an impossible-sounding challenge and a large sum of prize money. As the very name suggests, this feat iis ‘going around the world in eighty days’.

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