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A Proud Moment for India: Suhani Jalota Represented India at the Royal Wedding

On 19 May 2018, Prince Harry the member of the British Royal family and Meghan Markle an American former Actress were tied in a sacred union of marriage at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, in England. The Queen Elizabeth II, honoured the Prince with the titles of Duke of Sussex, Earl of Dumbarton and Baron Kilkeel and Meghan became Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex.

Among the 200 guests that were invited along with Priyanka Chopra, Suhani Jalota the founder of Myna Mahila Foundation was honoured and given a privilege to represent India at the royal wedding.

Prince Charles and Meghan Markle selected her foundation as one of the seven charities that will benefit from donations from the royal wedding.

Suhani attended the wedding along with Deborah and Archana, her fellow colleagues from the foundation.

An official UK £5 coin was produced by the Royal Mint to mark the wedding. The Royal Mail furnished a set of commemorative postage stamps that featured featuring the couple's official engagement photographs in May.

In Story

THE STORY OF TWO WOLVES

THE STORY OF TWO WOLVES

Have you ever experienced a tussle between your positive and negative thoughts? Do you feel your negative thoughts discourage you from cultivating a feeling of gratitude?

Let’s read the story below and find answer to all these questions.

Once upon a time in a farmland there was an old Crofter, who was teaching his son about life. “A continuous battle is going on inside me,” he said to the boy.

“It is a terrible battle between two wolves. One wolf is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt, resentment, inferiority, lies, false pride, superiority, and ego.” He continued, “The other wolf is virtuous – he is good, happiness, peace, love, hope, serenity, humility, kindness, benevolence, empathy, generosity, truth, compassion, and faith. The same battle is going on inside you – and inside every other person, too.”

The son thought about it for a moment and then asked his father, “Which wolf will win?”

The old Crofter simply replied, “The one you feed.”

The moral of the above story is that we have the power to control our thoughts, if our mind is flooded by negative thoughts it is because we allowed them to rule our mind. So, it is up to us if we want to direct our energy towards positive thoughts and let them rule our mind or not.

BIKAJI CAMA

THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE FAMOUS BIKAJI CAMA- A WOMAN WHO FOUGHT FOR THE NATION

On August 21, 1907, an International Socialist Conference was being held at Stuttgart, a city in Germany. One thousand representatives from across the world had come to attend the conference. It was on this occasion that Bhikaji Rustom Cama unfurled the first version of the Indian national flag—a tricolour of green, saffron, and red stripes. The fiery lady then announced,

“This is the flag of independent India. I appeal to all gentlemen to stand and salute the Flag.”

Surprised by the dramatic incident, all the representatives at the conference stood up and saluted the first flag of independent Hindustan.

Born on September 24 1861 into a large, affluent Parsi family Bhikaji was influenced by the environment in which the Indian nationalist movement was taking root. She had a flair for languages and soon became proficient in arguing her country’s cause in different circles. A nationalist at heart, she believed that the Britishers had ruthlessly exploited India for their own profit.

In 1896, when bubonic plague broke out in the Bombay Presidency, Bhikaji immediately volunteered to help the team working to save plague victims. She too caught the deadly disease, from which she recovered but it left her in poor health. As advised she left for London for rest and recuperation. During her stay in London, she received a message from the British that her return to India would be prohibited unless she signs a statement promising not to participate in nationalist activities, to which she refused and remained in exile in Europe for the rest of her life.

In 1902, together with Singh Rewabhai Rana and Munchershah Burjorji Godrej—she co-founded the Paris Indian Society in Paris. Cama wrote, published and distributed revolutionary literature for the movement, including ‘Bande Mataram’ (founded in response to the British ban on the patriotic poem) and later ‘Madan’s Talwar’ (in response to the execution of Madan Lal Dhingra).

Several Indian streets and places have been named after Madam Bhikhaiji Cama in her honour.

On 26 January 1962, India's 11th Republic Day, the Indian Posts and Telegraphs Department issued a commemorative stamp in her honour.

We salute this unsung torchbearer of Indian Independence movement for her courageous and unsurpassable spirit to free our country.

INTER ACTIVITY

CROSSWORD

CROSSWORD: LET’S GO TO THE BEACH

Across:
1.Something you blow up to float on in the water.
4.What boys wear on the beach!
6. You wear these on your face to help protect your eyes.
8. What girls wear on the beach!
9. You use this when you come out of the water and you’re wet.
10. You find it on the beach and make sand castles with it.
Down:
1. It’s cold, sweet and you eat it!
2. A large umbrella especially for the beach
3. Something you lie on to get a suntan!
5. What you do on the beach in the sun and your skin goes brown (or red)
6. You use this on your skin to stop it burning in the sun.
7. It’s the water at the beach!
8. You blow this up and throw it at your friends.

FIND THE DIFFERENCES

Find the Differences
Spot 10 Differences in This Picture

BRAIN TEASERS

Hello guys! Meet Savvy and Ayush
DIALOUGE
DIALOUGE

In Formation

Nature

PLACES LESS KNOWN

The cleanest village in Asia – Mawlynnong Village

The cleanest village in India, Mawlynnong Village is also known as God’s Own Garden and for all the right reasons. In 2003, Mawlynnong was awarded the title of the cleanest Village in Asia by Discover India. Alongside cleanliness, the village has achieved a lot- be it 100 percent literacy rate, or a women empowerment scenario that the rest of the world can only dream of.

RECIPE

RECIPE

MANGO MILKSHAKE
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Serves: Two

INGRIDIENTS:

  • 1 large ripe mango chopped
  • 1 ½ cup of milk
  • 4 spoons of sugar (or according to taste)
  • 3-4 ice cubes (optional)
  • Vanilla Ice-cream (optional)

PREPARATION:

Step 1:- Firstly, wash, peel and cut the mango into small cubes. Discard the seed.

Step 2:- Then add milk, sugar and mango and ice cubes to the jar and blend until it is smooth, creamy and there are no chunks in the jar.

Step 3:- After that pour the milkshake into the serving glass and serve with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream on top and garnish it with almonds, cherry and raisins.

MANGO

FRUIT

MANGO- THE KING OF FRUITS

Who doesn’t love Mangoes? Everyone does, right? From kids to youngsters to adults, everyone goes gaga over this sweet juicy fruit. Mangoes are cultivated all over the world, and India and Burma are the biggest exporters of Mangoes. Besides being delicious, do you know this yellow juicy little fruit is full of health benefits? So scroll down below and read the benefits.

HEALTH BENIFITS:
  • Mangoes help in improving vision
  • They help in breaking down protein and promote better digestion.
  • Mangoes act as a memory booster
  • Mangoes help in making your skin soft, healthy and radiant
  • Eating Mangoes help in prevention of developing Cancer in kids
  • Mangoes promotes weight gain

INGLISH

CORRECT THE SENTENCE

  1. I had seen him yesterday.
  2. Which is your name?
  3. Sir, you didn’t taught me this.
  4. Who eat my chocolates?

ANSWER

CROSSWORD
LET’S GO TO THE BEACH
CROSSWORD
Across:
1.Inflatable
4.Shorts
6. Sunglasses
8. Bikini
9. Towel
10.Sand
Down:
1. Ice Cream
2. Parasol
3. Sunbed
1. Sunbathing
2. Sun Cream
3. Sea
4. Beach Ball
FIND THE DIFFERENCES
Find the Differences
BRAIN TEASERS
Savvy: Clock
INGLISH
CORRECT THE SENTENCE
  1. I saw him yesterday.
  2. What is your name?
  3. Sir, you didn’t teach me this.
  4. Who ate my chocolates?

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