dimecres, 4 de desembre del 2019

Carta de presentació Association Chetna Beawar

Els nois i noies de l'Associacio Chetna ens han fet arribar la carta per l'escola Antaviana, heu fet una feina fantàstica!
Moltes gràcies.

Presentation letter Association Chetna-Beawar
Namaste. We are the students of Chetna School in Beawer. Beawer is a small town in the land of the Colourful Rajasthan. Rajasthan has the various hues of the Thar desert and the different colours of Ranthambore and Sariska Wild Life Reserves. It has the many shades of the Aravali Mountain Ranges and the many tinges of the Luni River. Much like the landscape the people of Rajasthan are colourful and vibrant. It is a land of valour and sacrifice, land of joy and bonding. It's a land where all the colours come together to emerge as a beautiful rainbow.
 Beawer, a part of the beautiful state of Rajasthan shares all it's aesthetics and values. In this small town is run a voluntary coaching class by our beloved AMMAJI. The class is held in the premises of a Government School after school hours.
 The Chetna School is as colourful as us Rajasthani's. Here AMMAJI and all the teachers help us not only in our studies but also conduct many programs for the overall development of our personalities.
 The classes start everyday at 4.00 pm with Devotional and Patriotic Songs and Yogasan and Pranayam for improving mental and physical health. 
Every day one of is assigned to read the news so that all of us are abreast of current affairs. We are also informed of the importance of the day in History. Sometimes motivational stories are read out, at other times inspiring speeches are made by guests.
 Then we study language and arithmetic. We are free to ask doubts and clarify any questions. Tests are taken after every chapter.
 At the end of the class we sing the national anthem after which we get a nutritious snack to eat.
 On weekends we indulge in various mental and physical games and many competitions are also conducted. We especially enjoy the speech, singing, recitation competitions, the mind games and the Kho-kho competition.
 We also participate in many activities like singing, dancing, drama, calligraphy, drawing and painting.
 We also learn to bake cakes, make Rangoli (Art with colours sand), apply Henna (Mehandi as it is called in India), make paper bags, decoration materials etc.
 We also have celebrations like Independence Day, Annual Day, Children's Day and other important festivals like, Holi and Diwali.
  We also go to watch motivational movies or for fun outings with our teachers.

 We love to attend the classes and don't miss them ever.