Acknowledging the Sensorial Aspect of Our Heritage and How!
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Click to readOnce the British Raj planted its feet firmly in Indian soil, it began to heavily influence and also alter our educational system that was ba
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Click to readFruits and vegetables make up the largest chunk of our nutrition. However, their role is not just limited to a wholesome diet. Their signifi
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Click to readIt was a cool summer evening and my cousins and I stood half a mile away from the dense forest near our grandmotherís house. All of us were
Click to readThe school celebrated its first virtual ĎAmifestí, an inter-school competition of extracurricular activities for Class KG - X, from Nov 28,
Click to readAnother feather was added to Amityís golden hat when Poonam Bhatt, TGT (Biology) from AIS Vas 6 was conferred with the prestigious NASI Sci
Click to readWhenever the colour of sky changes and rain comes knocking on my door, a wave of unknown excitement hits me. The alluring view from my windo
Click to readHumans! Truly a funny species! We have a tendency to do things that fit neatly in our comfort zone. Who makes the effort to actually grill a
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