We appreciate the knowledge that our ancestors left for us, that not only gives us means and reasons to celebrate but at the same time does something for everyone’s well-being, that will keep mother nature healthy and happy for the generations to come. These festivals have a deeper meaning, and not just the celebratory part, that brings out The Good Around Us!
Recently, a camp was set up in our Herbertpur Dhakrani area. Many parents were involved there, they liked it all very much and it was very educational for me as well. When Rinki told me about her work, I felt very proud that she is doing such a good job and I congratulate them for making efforts toward betterment of the society.
It is also written in Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji (कुदरत पवन पानी बैसंतर कुदरत धरती खाक) which means that “By his power, wind, water, and fire exist; by his power earth and dust exists (सब तेरी कुदरत तू कदर करता पाकी नई पाक) Everything is in your power, lord; You are the all-powerful creator, your name is the holiest of the holy.
Overall, it was a very good experience for me and my friends that we got by teaching children and giving them good knowledge. By doing good, my heart gets peace and happiness. In the future I see myself volunteering in such events more and more and sharing as much as I can to help make this world a little better one step at a time.
This park in general sees a lot of people of varying ages visit and use the facility, and especially since the cost of professional gyms is quite high, the new open-air gym facility was popular among the elderly people.
He is the first person from Chirchadi village to do a Bachelor of Science, Post Graduate degree, and Ph.D. Halami remembers his conversation with PTI-Bhasha early days of his childhood, and how his family used to live on a very small scale.
Listening to that – Ashi said, don’t worry Sarita maasi I’m here to help you out. Padhai ke liye paisa nahi dedication chaiye (To study one doesn’t need money, just dedication is needed). If you want to study I’ll do everything possible to make you reach your destination.
This is a story of a lady who is recently seen in a viral video fixing tires. She is called ‘Iron Lady of Mountain’ and her name is Kamala Negi. She has become an example for everyone. A trade that men usually do, is something this iron lady is getting her hands on and doing it well since 2004, she fixes punctured tyres of all kinds of vehicles.
Talent does not require any degree nor age. Harish Koranga, 12, who lives in the remote and inaccessible village Kapkot in Pithoragarh district, state of Uttarakhand, India has shown these things to be true. I found this news about Harish while surfing the web and I liked it so much that I wanted to share with you.
She set out on that journey and became the ‘Mushroom Girl’ with her hard work and dedication. The story of Mushroom Girl Divya Rawat not only inspires, but also teaches the youth to do something new, and follow their heart without hesitation if their will is strong. The President of India has honored Mushroom Girl with the Nari Shakti Samman (Award for Women Power).