December

23Dec2019

The Red-wattled Lapwing is a wader and are ground birds that are incapable of perching. Their characteristic loud calls that sound like ‘did he do it – did he do it’ are indications of human, animal or larger birds getting close to their habitat, especially when they are nesting or looking after the young. They nest in a ground scrape laying three to four camouflaged eggs. Adults near the nest fly around, diving at potential predators while calling noisily. […]

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21Dec2019
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India’s gift to the world – Yoga is one of the best ways to keep the body healthy and the mind alert. Here are some simple asana sequences for you to try.

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18Dec2019

An elephant, a monkey and a deer, living in the forest, were fast friends. They spent all their time together, climbing hills, resting under shady trees, playing in the river and feasting on fruits and grass. […]

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17Dec2019

This is the third amongst the big four venomous snakes in India. The first two being the spectacled cobra and the saw-scaled viper. The Russel’s viper is found all over the Indian sub-continent. They are mainly found in agriculture fields as there is an abundance of rats to be found. […]

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16Dec2019

The Common Tailorbird is a songbird found throughout tropical Asia. It can be seen around gardens and bushes in urban areas too, hopping about quickly in search of food, giving themselves away by their loud ‘cheeup cheeup cheeup’ calls. They are a delight to watch and are not afraid of human proximity. […]

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14Dec2019
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India’s gift to the world – Yoga is one of the best ways to keep the body healthy and the mind alert. Here are some simple asana sequences for you to try.

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11Dec2019

A villager, Gopi, earned his living selling salt in a nearby town. He had a donkey and he would load a sack of salt everyday on the donkey’s back and they would walk to the town, crossing a canal. The canal had no bridge, so they had to walk in the water but the water was not deep. After he sold all the salt, he would return home on his donkey. […]

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7Dec2019
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Mrs. Mala, nutritionist at iSPARK Studio shares with you some very useful tips on understanding different types of foods and how they help us.

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7Dec2019
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India’s gift to the world – Yoga is one of the best ways to keep the body healthy and the mind alert. Here are some simple asana sequences for you to try.

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4Dec2019

Neeru always had plenty of questions. She wanted to know why the earth was round, why the sky was blue, why she had to eat vegetables, why she could not get ice cream on trees and thus the questions never ended. Her mother patiently answered her but most of the time she said, ‘Neeru, everything has a reason. God knows best, so He planned the world this way.’ […]

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