The significant, beautiful architectural creation of Mughal Empire is still in all its beauty and finesse in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Taj Mahal is a structure made purely by white marble, by Shah Jahan, the Mughal emperor in loving memory of his 3rd wife, Mumtaz Mahal. In Arabic, the Taj Mahal is known as the “crown of palaces.”
- Taj Mahal is the result of a significant (Approx. 22000) number of laborers including painters, stone-cutters, etc.
- It took 17 years to construct the Taj Mahal, even after deploying such a massive number of workers for its construction.
- Taj Mahal is the most attractive Indian Tourist spot with over a million tourists traveling to see this magnificent structure of love.
- The raw material required to build the Taj Mahal was such in number that a thousand elephants were put to transport it to the site.
- It is a great spot for photography and scenic beauty with gardens surrounding the whole of the Mahal with waterfront to the main entrance.
- Children are fascinated by the size and beauty of the Taj when they visit and are always curious about more and more facts relating to the Taj.
- You can relish a wonderful sunrise and sunset moment at the Taj with Taj glowing in shades of Golden during that time.
Conclusion: The Taj Mahal is the symbol of Love. Shah Jahan always wanted his love for Mumtaz last forever in the eyes of people for centuries. So, when you visit the Taj, Don’t forget to get clicked.
Narendranath Dutta, born on January 12, 1863, in Kolkata, known as Swami Vivekananda, was a disciple of the Indian Mystic Ramakrishna. Swami was an Indian monk with great leadership quality, high wisdom and noble behavior towards humanity.
- Swami Vivekananda had an excellent concentration of power and could put all his mind and heart in a particular task.
- He attained great wisdom and always believed in spreading it for the betterment of humanity.
- Swami was the disciple of Ramakrishna Paramahansa, whom he met during his spiritual crisis and poverty days.
- Swami was born into a wealthy family where his father was an attorney and had a successful life but suffered poverty after his father died.
- Swami went nation to nation to spread knowledge and work for the society and try to abolish the evil practices in the surroundings.
- He held a B.A. Degree with 56% marks.
- Swami’s teachings are still followed by people giving them knowledge, clarity, and confidence to tackle different challenging
Conclusion: Swami Vivekananda himself had a problematic initial life through all the ups and downs one could have which lead him to become an atheist. Then the guiding light to his life, Ramakrishna Paramahansa guided him through the path of spirituality and Swami attained wisdom.
Summer is the hottest season of the year, and it arrives right after spring and before autumn. The days are longer and nights are shorter during the summer season. It comes as a relief to the chilling cold days of the winter season.
- During summer you can enjoy swimming in the water bodies like a lake, pool, etc. as it cools one off and has a comfortable time.
- You can enjoy various types of cold drinks during this season and satisfy your thirst.
- Not to forget, summer is the season for Ice Cream which is loved by all, be it be a child, adult or senior citizen and is available in different flavors.
- One tends to travel a lot during the summer season and loves to explore different places and enjoy the vacation.
- During this season there is a plethora of fruits and salad which can help you beat the heat and have a happy
- The longer days make one active and energetic unlike that of cold winter days. One can work efficiently and plan a lot of other stuff during the summer days.
- You can dress light unlike heavy clothing during winters, and summer clothing is bright and light making everyone joyful.
Conclusion: What’s your favorite summer routine?
Success in life is when you accomplish a particular target you set for yourself. Success is when you achieve what is best for you, it can be different for every person. Success is not always monitored in monetary terms but also in various other ways.
Importance of success in life:
- Success helps you become confident in life and take the initiative.
- Success helps you contribute to a higher level in the society for its betterment.
- Success puts upon you a sense of responsibility towards others by being humble, caring and contributing.
- Success makes you self-reliant and makes you lead a dignified life.
- It helps you look back on your life and correct mistakes for your future actions.
- The journey to become successful teaches you a lot about how things work, makes you mature, confident, humble, etc.
- Success helps one to compensate for the lacks and failures from ones past.
Conclusion: Success is not achieving great heights in career alone, but also the journey. The journey is the real teacher of good things that make a person confident, humble and caring. “Success is a journey, not a destination.” And one should always enjoy the journey and keep learning.
The collection of eight planets is known as Solar System, along with their moons in orbit around the sun. It also includes other bodies such as asteroids, meteors, and comets.
- The center point of the solar system is the Sun, it is vast and made up of hot gases.
- The sun provides for a pulling force that binds the whole solar system.
- All the planets of the solar system move around the sun on a path known as orbits.
- The planets are in the following Order-Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune.
- It also consists of stars, those are hot, big and made up of gases, having their light and heat.
- The solar system consists of constellations which are formed by a pattern of a group of stars.
- Our solar system is the part of Milky Way Galaxy; there are a million of galaxies that make the universe.
Conclusion: The constellation of stars is a beauty to the eyes and give meaning to each of them. Therefore, the Solar system not only includes the planets, but moons to those planets, stars, and other small bodies that form part of the system.
We have always been taught that “sharing is caring.” Sharing is spreading joy amongst others. Sharing is when you become selfless and help others or share something with others. The habit of sharing is developed over the years.
- It helps to make a person empathetic, and the person starts to care about others unconditionally
- Sharing makes a person build social-skills which are required by a well-adjusted adult.
- The selfless attitude one develops by sharing is always appreciated by others.
- The practice of sharing makes you understand when someone else is in need without them telling you the same.
- Also, Sharing gives you a sense of responsibility towards the society.
- When you share, in turn, it shows your care, and people love to be around you for your positive aura.
- You learn to sacrifice for some greater good to someone else which makes you humble and caring.
Conclusion: Sharing not only shows that you care for other but also helps in self-development as a human being. It makes you selfless, humble and empathetic towards other which makes you a well-adjusted adult throughout life.
Science and technology include the topics of Science, Technology and the interrelationship between the two. In the modern era, Science and Technology is the most crucial element for the development of the nation.
Importance of science and technology is as under:
- Through science and technology, the life becomes easy and comfortable.
- It has provided with faster modes of transport, thus saving time.
- It has provided people with a platform to communicate better, efficiently and at lower prices.
- It has helped in better individual development as a person by providing knowledge of varied topics.
- With regular developments in science and technology, the impossible has become possible.
- Regular advancements have led to new opportunities for the people to study and pursue a particular field.
- It provides a person with a platform to use their creativity and with the help of it create unique products.
Conclusion: Science and Technology, though good for the development of the nation and gives ease to the daily life of human beings, as it is said “science is a good and useful servant, but it is a bad, destructive master” Therefore it should be used in a cautious and non-habitual way.
A restaurant is a place where people visit to eat and drink the food being prepared on the premises and pays for the same. The food is served at the table to have a comfortable visit for your meals. The restaurant offers a menu with various options for your meal, to choose from.
- Restaurants provide you with different cuisines of food to satisfy your hunger.
- The food preparation and presentation gives you a happy feel during your dull
- The ambiance that a restaurant provides you with gives one all the more reason to visit to cherish their time.
- The restaurant is a life savior when one doesn’t feel like cooking or wants to eat something else.
- You get to explore places when you plan to visit a restaurant.
- The fast-food restaurant provides your meals on the go to save your time at affordable prices.
- The restaurant is a place to enjoy your special occasions like Birthdays, Anniversaries, Achievements, etc.
Conclusion: Restaurant provides with all the amenities that one requires for a shift of mood or change in environment to cherish the pleasant atmosphere and enjoy different cuisines to satisfy your hunger.
In the recent past, we have witnessed a depletion in the environment resulting in increased pollution, thus leading to dangerous diseases to human life and harm to flora and fauna in the atmosphere. 3R’s- Reduce, Reuse & Recycle is a method to curb this depletion to increase further.
- Reduce is reducing the amount of waste you produce in the environment. For example: using less plastic, carpooling with friends, etc.
- Reuse is reusing the commodities that will lead to less emission of waste in the environment. For example: Reusing your plastic bags, reusing bottles, etc.
- Recycle is to transform the used products into another form so that it can be reused
- Following 3R’s will lead to sustainable development for a better
- This will lead to decreased levels of pollution in the environment.
- Lesser the pollution, better the health index of the country resulting in healthier people.
- It will result in less wastage of the natural resources which shall help to compensate for the increasing population for the future.
Conclusion: 3R’s is the most effective way to reduce the environmental depletion due to toxic waste being emitted in large numbers. The result of less waste is positive for the environment, human health, and the economy.
Rani Laxmi Bai, the Rani of Jhansi, was the queen of Jhansi (Princely state) in Northern India, presently located in Jhansi district in Uttar Pradesh, India. She was born on 19th November 1828.
- LaxmiBai was well trained in martial arts and became proficient in sword fighting and riding.
- She, at the age of 22, refused to cede Jhansi to the British during their rule in India, which lead to a revolt.
- During the rebel against the British to protect Jhansi, she set up troops and managed everything with utmost dedication and patriotism.
- Even when her fort was surrounded with the British, she fought with bravery and managed to escape and again rise against the British.
- Tantia Tope gave his full support to Rani Bai for the rebel against the British.
- She set an example of bravery for others and taught not be oppressed by the forces and protect their territory.
- In the final combat with the British, she dressed as a man to fight and was martyred during the combat.
Conclusion: Rani Laxmi Bai proved to be one of the the bravest lady in the History of India and fought with full dedication to liberate the people’s territory and not let the British rule it. She sets an Inspiration for the people to stand for their rights.