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December 1, 2022

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May the grace of God keep enlightening our lives and bless us always. Laksh Pal, Class 9, St. Edwards School, Shimla
"If tigers could write books, they would say, the man was created for them and that man is a most sinful animal because he does not allow him to catch him easily." — Swami Vivekananda. Ravit Minhas, Class 9, St. Edward's School, Shimla  
Life is like a good watermelon, sweet and juicy… but you still have to pick out the seeds to enjoy every bit of it. Laksh Pal, Class 9, St. Edward's School, Shimla
“The soul, fortunately, has an interpreter - often an unconscious but still a faithful interpreter - in the eye.”  Charlotte Brontë ske, Class 8, St. Edward's School, Shimla  
Heyansh Singh, Class II, Rukmani Birla Modern High School, Jaipur    
Kralika Sood, Class 9, Modern School Vasant Vihar, New Delhi A New Year Greeting! 2022 (She is passionate about art and has nearly perfected the Mandala Art at a young age. She would now like to share her knowledhe by holding free workshop sessions for anyone willing to learn. You may contact her through her instagram handle — thesoodingart.)
Savar Sood, Class 7, Modern School, Delhi  A true Naruto fan who has learned something from Naruto and is applying those teachings in his life.    
Midori Das, Cambridge School, New Delhi Meet this young artist who drew these abstract faces without lifting her pencil and with eyes closed. While listening to a specific piece of music, she took to drawing, and as she followed the rhythm she drew whatever came to her mind. It took her almost half a minute for each face..., and when...
Midori Das, Cambridge School, New Delhi “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” ― Albert Camus An amazing writer and an equally good artist, meet Midori who tries new techniques — this one is made by using a toothbrush and water colours. To read one of her stories — click this link https://keekli.in/book-release-51-scintillating-tales-short-stories-by-children-keekli-charitable-trust/
Midori Das, Cambridge School, New Delhi "There are nights when the wolves are silent and only the moon howls." — George Carlin An amazing writer and an equally good artist, meet Midori who tries new techniques -- this one is made with soft pastel colours. To read one of her stories -- click this link https://keekli.in/book-release-51-scintillating-tales-short-stories-by-children-keekli-charitable-trust/
Priyanshi Banerjee, Class 7, K.R. Mangalam World School, New Delhi A picture is a poem without words. -- Horace
A Photographic Recap of the Mega Launch of 51 Scintillating Tales -- Short Stories by Children by Hon'ble Governor Rajendra Vishwanath Arlekar and Mr Irshad Kamil, poet and lyricist.