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    Essay on Netaji Subash Chandra Bose

    14 total views, no views today Introduction:-  Subash Chandra Bose was a great hero of India. He was born at Cuttack in Orissa on 23rd January 1897. His father Janakinath Bose was a famous lawyer. His mother was Pravabati Devi. He was very much devoted to his parents. Education:-  He completed his school education in Ravenshaw Collegiate School and studied at the Presidency college in Kolkata. He was very clever, intelligent and also meritorious. He was influenced by Swami Vivekananda. After obtaining an honours degree from Calcutta University he went to England to appear at the I.C.S. He came out with success. essay on Netaji Subash Chandra Bose Life and work:-…

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    SPRING SEASON

    6 total views, no views today Introduction:- Spring is the most charming season. It is honored as the king of the seasons. It falls between winter and summer and rules over the months of March and April. During spring the nature appear in her best clothing.   Description:- Trees and creepers become beautiful with new leaves and flowers. The cuckoo sings sweet songs and the gentle south breeze blows slowly. People welcome this season with happiness as they feel relieved of sufferings caused by the biting cold of winter. Fragrant flowers of different colors bloom and their sweet smell is carried to us from far and near and fills our minds…

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    WINTER SEASON

    18 total views, no views today Introduction:-  Winter is the cold season of the year. It begins in the month of November and ends in the advent of March. People feel much cold during the months of January and February. Cold wind blows from the North. Description:- The sky becomes free of clouds. The atmosphere is dry. Trees shed their leaves and look bald. Nature looks dull. The winter sun is mild and warm. Dew falls at night and mist appears in the morning. The nights become longer. People like to bask in the sun. Advantages:- Winter is the time of harvest. Paddy, wheat, maize are ripen in this season. The…

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    THE RAINY SEASON

    33 total views, 1 views today Introduction:- The rainy season comes after the Summer. It begins from the middle of June and continues till October. The south west monsoon wind starts blowing and comes over the seas. It contains huge quantities of water vapour which condenses into cloud and comes down as rain. Description:- The rainy season removes the heat of summer. It provides plenty of water. Crops and vegetables grow. Cattle get a lot of grass to graze. The earth wears a green sari. Trees and creepers are filled with new leaves. The rainbow is seen in the sky. Peacocks dance in joy. The farmers become busy in their fields. Children…

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    SUMMER SEASON

    99 total views, no views today Introduction & Description :- There are six seasons in a year. Summer is the first season. It rules over May and June. Generally it covers the period from April to July. It is the most hottest season. Advantages:- The earth gets straight and direct rays of the sun. So the summer days are very hot. The sun rays become piercing. The scorching heat makes the earth dry. Tanks, rivers, wells dry up. Water becomes scarce. Trees look pale. Grass is almost dead. The nature seems to be lifeless. Mid-day is very hot. People suffer a lot. All through the day people sweet profusely. Days are…

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    CHILDREN’S DAY

    23 total views, no views today Introduction:- Children are the future citizens of a country. They bloom like flowers in the garden of the society. They are the sweet essence of the mankind. If the children don’t develop in a proper way the country’s future will be ruined. Children should not be neglected. Proper care should be taken. children’s day Importance:- Our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was a great lover of children. The children also loved and respected him. They called him ‘Chacha Nehru’. Nehru dedicated his birthday to be observed as the Children’s Day. Since 1956 the 14th November, is celebrated as Children’s day. This is an auspicious…

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    TEACHER’S DAY

    33 total views, no views today Teacher’s Day (Introduction, Celebration, Conclusion) Teacher is the preacher of the society. He builds the nations. By creating good and sensible citizens he uplifts the position of the nation to a high extent. The progress and prosperity of a nation depend on the teachers. An ideal teacher is a model of good conduct. He sets an example for others. But nobody thought of the teachers before Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, the honbl’e Ex-president of India. He was an ideal teacher. So he dedicated his own birth day the 5th September to be observed as the Teacher’s day all over the country. Since then every year the…

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    THE REPUBLIC DAY

    26 total views, no views today (Introduction, Its significance, Celebration and Conclusion) The British rulers left India and in became Independent on the 15th August, 1947. Like other countries the free people of India wished to make their own constitution. A constituent assembly was formed. It took two years, eleven months and eighteen days to make a constitution for India. The new constitution of India came into force on the 26th January 1950. As such India became a sovereign Democratic Republic. Since then 26th January is celebrated as the Republic day. It means a state having a government of the people, by the people and for the people. The Republic day…

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    INDEPENDENCE DAY OF INDIA

    26 total views, no views today (Introduction, Observation, Conclusion)  Our mother land India was under the British rule for more than two hundred years. They tortured us and snatched our freedom of speech, movement and ritual rights. Our people were leading a very miserable life. At last Mahatma Gandhi took the leadership of freedom movement and the British rulers left India giving freedom. We became free on the 15th August 1947. Since then we have been observing our Independence day on every 15th August. The Independence is a holy and auspicious day for us. It reminds us our duties and responsibilities for our motherland. We remember our great national struggle and…

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    THE MOHARRUM

    48 total views, no views today (Introduction, Background, Celebration, Conclusion) The Moharrum is a famous festival of the Mohammedans. They celebrate it all over the world with much pomp and rejoicings. This festival has a historical background. Mohammed, the prophet had two grandsons. They were Hassan and Hussain. Their enemy Yezid killed Hassan and drove Hussain into an exile. After some time Hussain fought against Yezid. The cruel soldiers of Yezid surrounded Hussain for which he fought without taking any food for ten days and at last died. In the memory of Hussain the Moharrum is celebrated for ten days. During this period the Mohammedans fast and pray. They make Tazia…

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