Through the History – Must Visit Heritage Sites in Pune

Through the History – Must Visit Heritage Sites in Pune

Ancient monuments and buildings make a city stand out and its citizens proud of their history. These places are assets and must be protected and conserved. #WorldHeritageDay is a collective effort of the communities in the world to do the needful for these invaluable assets. The day celebrates the diversity of heritage throughout the world. This World Heritage Day, we bring to you a list of heritage sites in Pune, a city that has earned its reputation for being the cultural capital of the western India!

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Steeped in History – Best Heritage Sites in Hyderabad

Steeped in History – Best Heritage Sites in Hyderabad

Hyderabad is surely a city with gratifying antiquity, splendid architectures, and substantial structures. The Land of Nizams, as it is popularly known, attract visitors for its radiant pearls, flavorful cuisine, and to top it all cultural monuments. This #WorldHeritageDay, make the best use of holiday season to visit one or more heritage sites in the city to imbibe the importance of cultural values in the little ones.

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Once Upon a Time – Must See Heritage Sites in Mumbai

Once Upon a Time – Must See Heritage Sites in Mumbai

Ancient monuments and buildings make a city stand out and its citizens proud of their history. These places are assets and must be protected and conserved. #WorldHeritageDay is a collective effort of the communities in the world to do the needful for these invaluable assets. The day celebrates the diversity of heritage throughout the world. This World Heritage Day, we bring to you a list of heritage sites in Mumbai, a city that has attracted, and keeps attracting the natives and travelers alike!

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Play and Learn: Summer Camps Playareas in Hyderabad

Play and Learn: Summer Camps Playareas in Hyderabad

Every kid these days love to spend hours in a soft play area. Loaded with options to slide, bounce, jump, pretend play or just run around, indoor play areas are one stop solution for kids’ learning and entertainment, no matter how the weather is. The play areas are designed meticulously keeping in mind the security and hygiene. When it comes to summer camps, playareas offer a great time with fun and learning without breaking the bank. Here…

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In the Limelight – 6 Drama / Theater Groups in Hyderabad for the Actor in your Child

In the Limelight – 6 Drama / Theater Groups in Hyderabad for the Actor in your Child

With numerous benefits of drama and acting on young minds, theater groups in the city are soaring with workshops. Not only does performing arts promote the development of physical, emotional and social attitude, but also it creates a natural liking towards culture and arts.

Here is a list of best Theater groups in Hyderabad to let you child think out of the box.

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The Cookie Monsters – Child-Friendly Recipes for the Junior Chef!

The Cookie Monsters – Child-Friendly Recipes for the Junior Chef!

Freshly baked cookies have a charm of their own – the fresh taste, the crumbling texture, and the aroma that awakens your senses! Truly the stuff that the childhood dreams are made of. To make their childhood sweeter, here are two easy-peasy and healthy cookies recipes for the junior chefs so that they can do their own baking! Don your chef hat, and start off!

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – ‘Lost’ by Tannishi

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – ‘Lost’ by Tannishi

“Don’t you know what a fair has?” asked Neelamma. The other two shook their heads sadly. “Well, I’ll tell you. There are rows and rows of shops that sell the loveliest of things you can imagine. The fair I went to in Vijaywada had absolutely the best bangle shops ever! That’s where I bought my blue glass bangles and pearl bracelet. And the ‘ice gola’ flavours were just out of this world…and the ‘pani puris…”

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “Dare to the Death” by Gyanada

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “Dare to the Death” by Gyanada

Continuing our series of the KidEngage writing competition winning entries, the one presented to you this week has won the Second Prize in the Short Story category in the 12-16 years age group and has been written by Gyanada Badipatla of Grade IX of Phoenix Greens International School. The young author totally bowled over the judges with the maturity in her writing, and the tautness with which she has told the story. You can’t not like this one!

Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the young talent.

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Fainting Surprise” by Aadya

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Fainting Surprise” by Aadya

Continuing our series of the KidEngage writing competition winning entries, the one presented to you this week has won a Special Prize in the Flash Fiction category in the 8-11 years age group. This engaging account with a twist of suspense in it has been penned by Aadya, a student of Grade VI in the DDMS P Obul Reddy Public School, Hyderabad.  Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the budding writers….

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KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Modern Trojan Horse” by Arnav

KidEngage Writing Competition Winning Entry – “The Modern Trojan Horse” by Arnav

Continuing our series of the writing competition winning entries, the one presented to you this week has won a Special Prize in the Flash Fiction category in the 8-11 years age group. The story is written by Arnav Dharia, a student of Grade III of Jamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai. Look at how innovatively this young writer has put together the legend and the technology. We bet you will be impressed.

Please feel free to read, share and comment – to encourage the budding writers.

Here you go!

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