Photos of the Month (March 2024)
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by Editorial Team
3w ago
Anshuman Raj Gupta (16) Scholar’s Forum, Lucknow Avdhesh S. Vishwakarma (15) Agragami Convent School, Mhasala, Wardha Meghana Jaiswal (18) Chetana College, Bandra (E), Mumbai Naina Jha (15) St Joseph’s Convent High School, Jethuli, Patna The post Photos of the Month (March 2024) appeared first on The Teenager Today ..read more
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Ikigai
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by Vidhi Vyas
1M ago
What we have is talent; In this world so vacant. To have these talents Should be your passion; Make it your profession. Let us set a mission To never have a passion prohibition. My school theme is “Unleash the treasure within”. The reason is to always win. Japan has set a mission For talent and passion. That’s Ikigai, Which will help you fly in the open sky. It helps in attainment, And will lead to contentment. Have passion as your first priority; Learn to leave behind inferiority To accomplish superiority. The post Ikigai appeared first on The Teenager Today ..read more
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Depths
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by Aradhyaa Kulshreshtha
1M ago
I’m an entire ocean And this you fail to understand. When you think you can See all of me, Just by standing on the sand. You can’t tell me who to be Or how to treat my tide, When you’ve never even dipped a toe Into who I am inside. The post Depths appeared first on The Teenager Today ..read more
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Healer
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by Jaismeen
1M ago
Beautiful, yet so strange, Calm, but like an outrage The rule is easy, It’s never what you see, The law goes on, As the melody flows on, It isn’t what you touched, But it touched you, It isn’t what you took to own, But it took you as its own, It’s there always, for everyone, when one truly feels, And so worry not, and doubt never, Whenever someone says “music heals”. The post Healer appeared first on The Teenager Today ..read more
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Dream
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by Sukanya Kumari
1M ago
I was sleeping peacefully Until you flew into my room And made a knock on my life’s door. And the light reflected on that day by the moon, On the night I first found you, Is still the same now. Let me hold your hand Leaving my painful tears behind in the dark. I’ve got a whole box of smiles And it still stays in my heart and will till eternity. I was just sitting on the mountain thinking, did you again forget me? Will you and I be okay if we meet again? But let’s meet again in the spring, With your hand in mine, I just want to be your shining star in the new moon. I still love you, I still lov ..read more
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Babar Ali: The World’s Youngest Headmaster
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by F. M. Britto
1M ago
“We shall play school,” the third-grade boy gathered the village children at the backyard of his house. “I am the teacher. And you are all students,” he began. What Babar Ali began as a game with eight children in 2002, he continues till today. But now he has more than a thousand students. “It began as a game. But we got very serious about it very soon,” says Babar, who was born on 18 March 1993. In his Beldanga village of Murshidabad district, West Bengal, there was no school then. Since many children, including his sister, were unable to go to school, he began to teach them after his school ..read more
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After College Sukha Bhel
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by Carolyn Pereira
1M ago
A different style of bhel to try, using makhana to make it a healthy snack. Ingredients 2 cups makhana 1 finely-chopped onion ½ finely-chopped tomato ¼ cup boiled sweet corn A handful of pomegranate and peanuts. Method Roast the makhana. To that add the onion, tomato, boiled sweet corn, pomegranate and peanuts.  For the chutney, no need to stress about making tamarind/green chutney. Use sweet chilli sauce and a big squeeze of lime, and you will have a healthy and very enjoyable snack ready in no time at all! The post After College Sukha Bhel appeared first on The Teenager Today ..read more
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Homes of Himachal: Warmth lies in the Woods
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by Shalley Ahirwar
1M ago
Surrounded by the serene Shivaliks, the Greater Himalayas, the Lesser Himalayas and the Zanskar mountain ranges, and home to scenic beauty, lies the state of Himachal Pradesh. It is also known as the ‘Land of Deodars’ — the Himalayan Cedar. “Nothing is more beautiful than the calmness of the woods before sunrise”, and the people of Himachal live with it daily. Walking down the lanes of Himachal Pradesh, you will experience the worthiness of a traditional technique of Kath-Kuni that uses alternating layers of wood and stone masonry held in place without mortar for the construction of houses in ..read more
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The Perfect Bite For Pearly Whites
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by Sharleen Zacharia
1M ago
Image by benzoix & brgfx on Freepik Oral health reflects on our overall well-being, impacting the entire body. A symbiotic relationship exists between a healthy mouth and body, influencing essential functions. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Optimal Oral Health as ‘Freedom from conditions like chronic pain, oral infections, gum disease, and tooth decay’. The 2016 Global Burden of Disease Study notes that half of the world’s population faces dental caries, highlighting the widespread impact of oral health issues. Severe periodontal (gum) disease, ranked 11th globally, emphasizes ..read more
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Teen Prowess!
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by Ladislaus L. D'Souza
1M ago
“Aunty Malini, you and Uncle Alex, please sit and chat with Dadi-ma and Papa, while I go in and prepare breakfast for you,” said Malini’s nephew, Obaid. “Breakfast?” blurted out Malini. “Nothing, Obaid beta! You go out and play while I fix breakfast myself for all of us!” “But Aunty, we’ve all had our breakfast already! So, it’s only for you two that I will prepare something.” “No, beta,” said Malini, thinking to herself, ‘what breakfast can this little teenager make other than bread-and-butter, I wonder?’ But no! Obaid would not take no for an answer and, on the contrary, prevailed upon them ..read more
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