Relinquish

Yukta panjwani
9-C

I ran from my fate
Into a deep valley of thoughts
Which was blossomed with fear
And bore a fruit of loneliness

Away from the crowd
There I stood alone
I ate the fruit and
It cherished me with its tone

The fruit transformed
Into an unknown friend
He grabbed me by my hand
Dragged me into the village of silence

Lost in the world of his words
I was molded in the shape he gave
And melted in his colour

It was the euphoria
Of the bonds we shared
That I felt happy in the village
From which I qualmed the most

Now that I realise
The mistake I made
To pave the fate and
Bring back the same phase again


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CHILDHOOD

Anusha Vasaikar
XII – B

When I was just a kid, bloodshed, war was a mere myth. Now that I have grown up, I fear my own kin and kith. When I was just a kid, there was peace and democracy. As soon as I grew up, it ushered in riots and hypocrisy. When I was just a kid, Earth was a picture of love and life. No longer did I grow up, someone cracked it with an evil knife. When I was just a kid, there was merry chaos and pleasing nuisance. Now when I have grown up, There is only silence… grave, grave silence!


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The Indian Honours System

Ritoban Ghosh
XII B

Most countries have their own honour system – the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia are some well known such examples. The aim of the honours system is to acknowledge the best contributors which could be from social work to business. The range of the field is anything humanly possible. The major awards given by the government of India are Civilian awards, Military awards, Leadership awards, Literature awards among others. The highest civilian award in India is the Bharat Ratna, any deserved individual is eligible for this award, including foreign citizens. The awardee receives a signed certificate also known as Sanad from the President India and a medallion. This is followed by the Padma awards announced on Republic Day – Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan and Padma Shree. The awards mentioned are listed in order of decreasing importance. The military awards are Param Veer Chakra, Mahaveer Chakra and Veer Chakra in decreasing order of importance. Interestingly the highest civilian award of France Viz. Legion of Honour was for distinguished military service when instituted by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1802. Major awards in leadership are the Gandhi Peace Prize and Indira Gandhi Prize. The highest literary honour in India is the Jnanpith Award. Some National sports awards include the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and the Dronacharya award.


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ARE WE LIVING

Rutuja Patil
XII B

Every Monday morning when we wake up, we so desperately want to hit the snooze button, and we are so eagerly waiting for the next weekend so that we can complete our sleep. This happens because we all are living our life in fast forward. So just for once stop and give yourself  a blank stare in the eye, look in the hollowness of your soul, you will find it buried in the storm of your feeling, with your dreams soaring over it like wind. We’re too busy trying to rush through everything, so we can get on with what we’re really supposed to do with our lives. Do we even remember what we were before the world told us what we should be?

We cannot control what happens but we can control what we do. So why don’t we stop surviving and start living. It doesn’t mean to give up on our duties and chill out but you can find some time to do those small things which give meaning to your life. It can be an act of kindness, a travel to someplace, writing down what’s on your mind, anything where happiness is what you find but don’t forget to slow down and live those moments because they will give you memories, memories which bring sheer happiness.

We have to stop capturing what doesn’t matter and blurring what does .We have to stop living a life we’ll regret later and live a life that we’ll be proud of cause when we’ll be on our death bed and we’ll look back we don’t want our dreams looking at us with large angry eyes but we should feel that our life was a life well lived.


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WHY SCIENCE

Anushka Vasaikar
XII B

“You’re so good at English. Then why did you opt for science?” My curiosity wobbed up. “To earn money, of course. Don’t you see written tarry hooting about without jobs or income?”

I wondered …… has our system restricted Science upto, only earning money? Has Science lost its essence in the mist of Sherrod materialism and pathetic mindset of people, thinking Science as a tool just for procuring employment…

How many of those who choose Science really think that was in Science, why Science…… Many of us consider Science as a subject pertaining to facts, laws and so called adjure and abominable equations. But infact, Science was never about facts.

Science is a beauty which wants itself to be explored. It needs itself to be explored and exploited to its roots. Science is not only a subject, it is a larger than life cause and consequence. ‘Science is the emotion of nature’. It is a feeling that arises from the human soul and takes wondrous forms on paper.

Actually, Science is not restricted to these bites pf paper, be it money or textbooks or whatsoever. Science is what we see, it is what we feel, it is what we are, why we are…… The root of which is eventually explained by Science.

But due to the miserable mentality of using Science as employment tool, other fields too are affected. Have you ever wondered why there are news of collapsing bridges and buildings, surgical errors? This is because children are forced to take Science. They do not get to explore new dimensions of life. They are indulged in a that race of cheer drudgery where they fail to understand the real motto of Science.

There is no dearth of talent and manpower. But the fire that lurks within each and every one of us is put out instead of kindling it. There is no way where we can judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree. When we look at the world, beyond money, we see that the world is beautiful. Everything in it has a purpose, has a reason to exist. No one is a ‘good for nothing’.

SCIENCE TEACHES IT ALL, ONLY IF YOU CARE TO LEARN.


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Chaos

Nirmit Jallawar
XII B

Sometimes, for something,
to make sense,
Leave order,
enter the chaos.

Not everything
needs to have,
a reason,
Or needs to be,
defined.

It has always
been there,
when we needed it.
Now it indulges itself,
when we do not.

Chaos is the new savior,
the new mentor,
Not something we need,
but we deserve.


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Kritika Jha
VIII D

The actual bond Well today if we think of the world and the people living in it ,we might have different reviews regarding it.We often see people calling others with different names sometimes maybe including their culture or history,but then I think why do we have so many notions about one’s identity.I sometimes feel that man is so powerful,he has converted the heavenly earth into a hell. Isn’t it bad? We have not just destroyed the earth ,but also our rich fauna and flora.Everyone has a different bond with earth.For me earth is not just my home ,but it’s also my mother ,who has given me a bright opportunity to experience life on earth.I don’t know what others are doing for our earth ,but I’m trying my best to save the dearest earth. I am maintaining my bond with earth,are you??


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Nitika Khemani
10 – B

Life is a roller coaster ride, at some point you fall,at some stage you get scared, at some stage you feel the pinch of death but that one moment of touching the sky, that one phase of satisfaction gives you the immense pleasure. If you screamed at the drop and took a peace breath at top the rear of discontent wish would never cross your cheek….(Read More)


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A WAVE’S HUNGER

SRISHTI SHARMA
IX C

I saw him coming with the smile stunning
He was flowing as fast as he could to touch my banks from where he stood
He grew larger and larger as he approached me
Because of the hunger that had approached him…(Read More)


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AND THE DARKNESS FELL

Padmaja Chavan
12 B

Unveiling the darkness over the concealed confessions

ÀThose which struggle inside panicked resolutions

And through a way in silence

Do they head towards abeyance?

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