I Kid You Not
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student
Meant for ages 14 and above – some terms may not be appropriate for children younger than 14..
Written by Aditya Sharma, a second-year Political Science student at Delhi University.
This essay is supposed to be a guide, not to Political Science, but to what exactly one can be doing if they decide to pursue the subject out of a certain degree of love for the subject…
Written by Uthara Menon, a grade 4 student.
The Chipko movement or Chipko Andolan was a forest conservation movement in India to stop the large-scale felling of trees in the Himalayas. It first started in 1973 in the Chamoli district of Uttar Pradesh (now Uttrakhand). The movement was special for two reasons- it was nonviolent, and women played an important role in it…
Suruchi Yadav Suruchi is a grade 7th student from The Maurya School. She loves to draw and do skating. She…
One minute read. Written by Radhey Maniramka – a grade 8 student.
The Girl Who Drank the Moon is a fantasy with mix of magic and witches.
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