India 2017

By:Tina Chelwani(X B) The sky Above our Country Tells the tale of capacity This sweet country is a place To protect your purgatory. 2017 had following events which affected sense…. GST tax was launched in 1 july, Corruption said goodbye The Goods and Sevices Tax is here Many other taxes dissapeared One massive overhaul One…

The Best Part of Life

By –  Aarushi Jain  (IX E)    : I never let schooling interfere with education. Schools are for fun, enjoyment and talking though our hats with our friends but those hostile subject and teachers spoil all our fun. The worst subject- Math! The crisis which makes us feel dizzy. I don’t understand why is “pie” equal…

Darkness

By  Sanika Verma (IX B)   : We see darkness but don’t know its actual meaning. We understand it, but can’t explain it properly. We think that it exists, but does it? What is darkness? It is the absence of light which scares us… Sorrow is the absence of smile And devil is opposite power of…

Social Media #bane or boon

By Aanya Rastogi (X C) :  What a sight it is! Everywhere you look, you find a homo sapiens with his eyes glued to the computer screen. Today, technology has reached the heights that one couldn’t have even imagined.  But with heights comes the danger of falling. And one of the dangerous aspects of technology…

Miss Invisible

  By  Ranali     : What would you call me, when you called me on the telephone? ‘Cause my name has been the same, since you never knew. There is a pagent I’m in that I’ll always win And the staff across me says, Miss Invisible, hides from you in the plain sight. Miss…

The Hypocritical Us

By Rebecca John  (X-C)   : Owing to the little organ of which we use only 10% and which has made us hypocrites and humans, this article is dedicated to the Indian Hypocrisy. In dictionaries, we have thousands meanings of this word ‘Hypocrisy’, some of which are ‘the practice of claiming to have higher standards or…

Like All women

By  Pavitra Mishra  (XII-A)    : Like All Women You can despise me You can hurt me You can dig up the earth and bury me but like all women I am a seed and I shall grow a tall stoic tree a majestic graceful tree shading everyone even you.

The Dark Side Of The Moon

By Drishti Shukla (X-B)  : The good always comes with bad Like the moon behold the darkness. Like the beautiful mystery deep in the woods And a bright full stop in the open sky. I now feel the darkness in my soul But oh! I appreciate my will, Atleast has the courage to say Darkness…

The Promise on the New Year

By Prathna Senani (IX-C) : A promise As everyone makes, Is a pledge On the New Year… A promise, Is a special gift To yourself On the New Year… A promise, Which can be broken Without a touch. But why? If you break it, Then why to promise? If you promise, Then complete it. A…

The House

By Kashish Gera (IX-B) : The distant cry of a baby is heard near that house they say. And the laughter of a little girl who wants you to come and play. The smile of a stranger can make you smile too, But what are you supposed to do when a building smiles at you?…

At last it Broke

By Samradhi Jain (VI)  : It shines and shimmers when we drop the gear.. Apart from all the fear Here lies our friendship sphere…   One as tall…. One as short… one will with a little chubbiness… and one with a great happiness…   The group of five… looks like a bee hive… As deep as…

An Enchanting Dance drama

By Charvi Goyal (VIII-D) : Success is not just a measure of how big you can dream, its also the measure of how much you can do. Parents, Friends and Teachers make a triangle in a child’s life which nurtures him/her and this has been elucidated by our “XXIII Annual function”. The grand annual function…