I Kid You Not
Written by Gargi Sahasrabuddhe a grade 7th student
Most ancient Egyptian statues have noses that are broken, or faces that have been destroyed. It was thought that the statues had been damaged by falling or natural wear and tear over the millennium.
Written by Pujita Mohta, a grade 7 student in Mumbai.
Did you know that the Taj Mahal, Shah Jahan’s lasting legacy, is getting ruined?
Written by Agastya Sharma, a grade 8 student (junior editor at I Kid You Not).
India’s coasts are often prone to cyclones, and such was the case only a week or two ago when a cyclone by the name of Tauktae hit the western coast. And I’m here to tell you all about it.
One minute read. Written by a grade 6 student.
Holi is the celebration of good over evil. Like many of our festivals it also celebrates the beginning of spring and a good harvest and the end of winter.
Written by Hridhaan Kohli, a grade 4 student.
The distance between Earth and the edge of the universe (as far as we can observe it) is 46 billion light-years. The diameter is about 93 billion light-years…
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