Wednesday, 21 June 2017

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

                                              INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

International Day of Yoga (Hindi: अंतर्राष्ट्रीय योग दिवस: Antarāshtriya Yog DivasIASTAntarāṣṭrīya Yog Divas), or commonly and unofficially referred to as Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015. An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).[1] Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual practice attributed mostly to India. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN address suggested the date of 21 June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares special significance in many parts of the world.



Monday, 5 June 2017

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

                                                   WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY


World Environment Day (WED) occurs on 5 June every year, and is the United Nation's principal vehicle for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. First held in 1973, it has been a flagship campaign for raising awareness on emerging environmental issues from marine pollution, human overpopulation, and global warming, to sustainable consumption and wildlife crime. WED has grown to become a global platform for public outreach, with participation from over 143 countries annually. Each year, WED has a new theme that major corporations, NGOs, communities, governments and celebrities worldwide adopt to advocate environmental causes.                 IN OUR SCHOOL CELEBRATED AND DISTRIBUTED SAPLINGS WHICH WE GOT FROM AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT KANHANGAD.










Friday, 2 June 2017

BIOGRAPHIES:Biographers are authors who write an account of another person's life, while autobiographers are authors who write their own biography.

BIOGRAPHIES:
     Biographers are authors who write an account of another person's life, while autobiographers are authors who write their own biography.


Alfred Ainger (1837–1904) – Charles Lamb
Ellis Amburn (born 1933) – Roy Orbison, Buddy Holly, Jack Kerouac, Elizabeth Taylor, Warren Beatty and Janis Joplin
Rosemary Ashton (born 1947) – George Eliot
Deborah Baker – Allen Ginsberg and Laura Riding
Mark Allen Baker – Battling Nelson and Abe Attell
James Boswell (1740–1795) – Samuel Johnson
Paula Broadwell (born 1972) – David Petraeus
Max Brod (1884–1968) – Franz Kafka
Leslie Brody (born 1952) – Jessica Mitford
Vincent Brome (1910–2004) – various writers
Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges (1762–1837) – English writers
Andrea Cagan
Thomas Carlyle (1795–1881) – John Sterling and Frederick the Great
Robert A. Caro (born 1935) – Robert Moses and Lyndon Johnson
Alberthiene Endah – Chrisye, Krisdayanti and Raam Punjabi
Humphrey Carpenter (1946–2005) – J. R. R. Tolkien, W. H. Auden, Ezra Pound, Evelyn Waugh, Benjamin Britten Robert Runcie and Spike Milligan
Virginia Spencer Carr (born 1929) – Carson McCullers, Paul Bowles and John Dos Passos
Nirad C. Chaudhuri (1897–1999) – Clive of India and Max Müller
Ron Chernow (born 1949)
Na Chokkan (born 1977) – India; Sachin Tendulkar, Dhirubhai Ambani, Charlie Chaplin, Rahul Dravid, Azim Premji,Lakshmi Mittal, Walt Disney and various others in Tamil
Vincent Cronin (born 1924) – Napoleon, Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette and Catherine the Great
Michael Daly – Father Mychal Judge
Douglas Day (1932–2004) – Malcolm Lowry
Thomas DiLorenzo (born 1954) – Abraham Lincoln
Damon DiMarco – Roy Simmons, Tower Stories and Heart of War
Richard Ellmann (1918–1987) – James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and William Butler Yeats
Ivar Eskeland (1927-2005) – decorated with the Order of the Falcon and winner of the Bastian Prize for his biographies of Gisle Straume and Snorri Sturluson
Wayne Federman (born 1959) – Pete Maravich
Kitty Ferguson (born 1941) – Stephen Hawking
William Fitzstephen (died 1190) – Thomas a Becket
L. G. (Pat) Flannery (1894–1964) – Wyoming pioneer John Hunton (1839–1928) and his diaries
Amanda Foreman (born 1968) – Georgiana Cavendish, Duchess of Devonshire
Antonia Fraser (born 1932) – Mary, Queen of Scots and Oliver Cromwell
Russell Freedman (born 1929) – Abraham Lincoln
Douglas S. Freeman (1886–1953) – Robert E. Lee and George Washington
Leonie Frieda (born 1956) – Catherine de' Medici
Jean Overton Fuller (1915–2009) – Noor-un-nisa Inayat Khan, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Algernon Charles Swinburne andSir Francis Bacon
Elizabeth Gaskell (1810–1865) – Charlotte Brontë
Peter Gay (born 1923) – Sigmund Freud and Mozart
Gary Giddins (born 1948) – Bing Crosby, Charlie Parker and Louis Armstrong
Martin Gilbert England – Winston Churchill
Josef Greiner (circa 1886–1947) – Adolf Hitler
Adrian Greenwood (born 1973) – Colin Campbell, 1st Baron Clyde
Peter Guralnick (born 1943) – music industry writer
H–M[edit]
Seppo Heikinheimo (1938–1997) – Aarre Merikanto, Oskar Merikanto, Martti Talvela
Charles Higham – Errol Flynn, Howard Hughes and Katharine Hepburn
Thomas Jefferson Hogg (1792–1862) – Percy Bysshe Shelley
Richard Holmes (born 1945) – Mary Shelley, Coleridge, The Age of Wonder
Michael Holroyd (born 1935)
Imogen Holst (1907–1984) – Gustav Holst
Walter Isaacson (born 1952) – Benjamin Franklin, Steve Jobs, and Henry Kissinger
Edward Jablonski(1922–2004) – George Gershwin and Irving Berlin
Elizabeth Jenkins (1905-2010) – Jane Austen, Henry Fielding, Lady Caroline Lamb Joseph Lister and Elizabeth I
Samuel Johnson (1709–1784) – Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets
Ernest Jones (1879–1958) – Sigmund Freud
Kathleen Jones – Katherine Mansfield
Landon Jones – William Clark
Kitty Kelley (born 1942) – Frank Sinatra, Elizabeth Taylor and Nancy Reagan
Marvin Kitman (born 1929) – George Washington and Bill O'Reilly
Edward Klein – Hillary Clinton
Robert Lacey – Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Grace, Henry VIII, Henry Ford and Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex
Hermione Lee – Edith Wharton, Virginia Woolf
Sidney Lee (1856–1926) – Dictionary of National Biography, William Shakespeare and Queen Victoria
J. Michael Lennon – Norman Mailer
Santeri Levas (1899–1987) – Clara & Robert Schumann, Jean Sibelius
Barbara Levick (born 1932) – English; specialising in Roman emperors
Gail Levin (born 1948) – Edward Hopper, Judy Chicago and Lee Krasner
Roger Lewis (born 1960) – Anthony Burgess
Kenneth S. Lynn (1923–2001) – Mark Twain, Charlie Chaplin and Ernest Hemingway
Brenda Maddox – Elizabeth Taylor, D. H. Lawrence, Nora Joyce, W. B. Yeats and Rosalind Franklin
Norman Mailer (1923–2007) – Marilyn Monroe, Lee Harvey Oswald and Gary Gilmore
Koryun (5th century) – Mesrop Mashtots
William Manchester (1922–2004) – Winston Churchill, Douglas MacArthur and John F. Kennedy
Cristina Marcano – Hugo Chávez
Bruce Marshall (1899–1987) – Wing Commander F. F. E. Yeo-Thomas
John Matteson (born 1961) – Bronson Alcott, Louisa May Alcott and Margaret Fuller
André Maurois (1885–1967) – Percy Bysshe Shelley, Lord Byron, Benjamin Disraeli, Victor Hugo, Balzac and Sir Alexander Fleming
David McCullough – Harry Truman, John Adams and Theodore Roosevelt
Grazyna Miller (born 1957)
Merle Miller (1919–1986) – Harry S. Truman and Lyndon B. Johnson
James McGrath Morris (born 1954)  – Joseph Pulitzer, Charles Chapin, Ethel Payne, Ernest Hemingway, John Dos Passos
Miyoshi Kiyotsura (847–918) – Japanese scholar-statesman
Ibn al-Qaisarani (1056–1113) – medieval Arab biographer of previous medieval biographers
Simon Sebag-Montefiore (born 1965) – Grigory Potyomkin and Joseph Stalin
Thomas Moore (1779–1852) – Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Lord Byron and Lord Edward Fitzgerald
Jeffrey Morgan – Alice Cooper and The Stooges
Ted Morgan (born 1932) – William Burroughs, Somerset Maugham and Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Andrew Morton (born 1953) – Princess Diana, Monica Lewinsky and Tom Cruise
N–Z[edit]
Ira Nadel (born 1943) – Canada; Leon Uris, David Mamet, Tom Stoppard and Leonard Cohen
Alanna Nash (born 1950) – United States
Nakane Kōtei(1839–1913) – Japanese writer
Philip Nel (born 1969) – United States; Crockett Johnson and Ruth Krauss
Cornelius Nepos (100–24 BC) – ancient Rome
James Parton (1822–1891) – Horace Greeley, Aaron Burr, Andrew Jackson, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson andVoltaire
Hesketh Pearson (1887–1964)
F. David Peat (born 1928) – David Bohm
Plutarch (46–127) – ancient Greece
H. F. M. Prescott (1896–1972) – Mary I of England ("Bloody Mary")
Arnold Rampersad (born 1941) – Langston Hughes
Piers Paul Read (born 1941) – Alec Guinness
W. Andrew Robinson (born 1957) – Satyajit Ray and Rabindranath Tagore
Romain Rolland (1866–1944) – Beethoven, Michelangelo, Leo Tolstoy and Gandhi
Henry Salt (1851–1939) – English authority on Shelley, Richard Jefferies and Henry David Thoreau
Carl Sandburg (1878–1967) – Abraham Lincoln
Anton Schindler (1795–1864) – Ludwig van Beethoven
Anne Sebba – Wallis Simpson
Lee Server – Robert Mitchum and Ava Gardner
Kirit Shelat (born 1946) – India
Dawn Langley Simmons (1937–2000) – Princess Margaret, Margaret Rutherford and Jacqueline Kennedy
Roy S. Simmonds (1925–2000) – John Steinbeck, William March and Edward O'Brien
Jean Edward Smith (born 1932) – Ulysses S. Grant, John Marshall and Lucius D. Clay
Leslie Stephen (1832–1904) – Dictionary of National Biography, Samuel Johnson, Alexander Pope, Jonathan SwiftGeorge Eliot and Thomas Hobbes
Irving Stone (1903–1989)
Lytton Strachey (1880–1932) – eminent Victorians
Marshall Terrill (born 1963) – many biographies, including Steve McQueen, David Thompson and Pete Maravich
Nick Tosches (born 1949) – Jerry Lee Lewis, Dean Martin and Sonny Liston
Meriol Trevor (1919–2000) – John Henry Newman, Philip Neri, Pope John XXIII, Thomas Arnold and James II of England
Henri Troyat (1911–2007) – Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy, Gogol, Catherine the Great, Peter the Great, Ivan the Terrible,Anton Chekhov, Ivan Turgenev, Maxim Gorky and Rasputin
Jenny Uglow – Elizabeth Gaskell, William Hogarth, Thomas Bewick and the Lunar Society
Ginger Wadsworth (born 1945) – Julia Morgan, Rachel Carson, John Muir, Laura Ingalls Wilder, John Burroughs, Susan Butcher, Benjamin Banneker, Annie Oakley, The Wright Brothers, Cesar Chavez and Juliette Gordon Low
Alison Weir (born 1937) – Elizabeth I of England, Eleanor of Aquitane, Mary, Queen of Scots
Theodore White (1915–1986) – Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon
A. N. Wilson (born 1950) – Sir Walter Scott, John Milton, Hilaire Belloc, Leo Tolstoy, C. S. Lewis, Jesus Iris Murdoch andJohn Betjeman
Molly Worthen (born 1981) – United States; Charles Hill, American diplomat and Yale professor
Marguerite Young (1908–1995) – Eugene V. Debs
Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918) – The Education of Henry Adams
Ayaan Hirsi Ali (born 1969) – Somalia; Infidel (book)
Nirad C. Chaudhuri (1897–1999) – The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian
Henry Cockburn (1779–1854) – Scottish; Memorials of His Time
Frederick Douglass (circa 1817–February 20, 1895) – American; A Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave (1845), "The Heroic Slave" in Autographs for Freedom (1853), My Bondage and My Freedom (1855) and Life and Times of Frederick Douglass (1881, revised 1892)
Jens Jacob Eschels (1757–1842) – first seafarer's autobiography in German
Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790) – American; The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
Mahatma Gandhi (1869–1948) – Indian; The Story of My Experiments with Truth
Lee Iacocca (born 1924) – United States; Iacocca: An Autobiography
Nelson Mandela (born 1918) – South Africa; Long Walk to Freedom
Frank McCourt (1930–2009) – United States;Angela's Ashes (Pulitzer Prize)
Ronald Skirth (1897–1977) – United Kingdom; The Reluctant Tommy

Friday, 18 November 2016

                                                 NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK
Assembly programme conducted related to the Library Day and library laws by the students of classVII.






Wednesday, 16 November 2016

                                                                NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK



Andhra Pradesh Library Association organised an All India Library Meeting in 12 November 1912 in Madras. This meeting lead to the forming of Indian Library Association. Later ILA declared 14 November as National Library Day. Since 1968, 14–20 November has been celebrated as National Library Week all over India and various programs are organised to let the public know about the libraries.


Shri Iyyanki Venkata Ramanayya or Ayyanki Venkata Ramanaiah recognised as the "Architect of Public Library Movement in India" was the man behind the formation of Andhra Pradesh Library Association.  He was honoured with the award of "Granthalaya Pitamaha" by the Maharajah of Baroda. The Government of India honoured him with the Padmashri award.

E-PATHSHALA SCHOOL EDUCATION
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  1. E-LAB ACID BASE TITRATION https://www.youtube.com/embed/l6N4aOkdeiU
  2. CONSTRUCTION  http://www.epathshala.co.in/Dashboard/StudentDashboard.aspx
  3. SOUND https://www.youtube.com/embed/7ShY83k-_SQ
  4. UNIVERSE https://www.youtube.com/embed/0zcL00e3Oz8

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

                                                      HINDI ESSAYS


 http://hindiessay.in/library-hindi-essay
COLLECTION OF PANCHATANTRA STORIES








Background of Panchatantra

Summary of Panchatantra: background, history, origin & influence
 
The Panchatantra discusses varied topics like philosophy, psychology, politics, music, astronomy, human relationship, etc., in a simple yet elegant style. This makes it a rare piece of literature, and a unique book. It attempts to illustrate how to understand others, how to choose reliable and trustworthy friends, how to overcome difficulties and problems through tact and wisdom. Moreover, it illustrates how to live in peace and harmony even in the midst of deceit, hypocrisy and other pitfalls in life. 
 
These are the very objectives that the composer of Panchatantra, Pandit Vishnu Sharma, wanted to accomplish in order to provide maximum knowledge to three young princes through stories and examples. In fact, not just the princes, this most unique book has enlightened millions of readers and listeners for centuries. 
 Tales of panchatantra you can read kids stories to make confidence in reading and inculcate reading habit:-

http://www.talesofpanchatantra.com/short-stories-for-kids
http://www.talesofpanchatantra.com/

Monday, 3 October 2016

                                     TREASURE HUNT





Wednesday, 23 March 2016

RECOMMANDED CBSE READING LIST CLASS WISE :


Class V to VI


For classes VII and VIII:
4. Around the World in 80 Days – Jules Verne
6. Harry Potter – The Series – J K Rowling
8. Books by George Herriott
9. The Curious Case of a Dog in the Nighttime – Alexander McCall Smith

For classes IX and X
1. Books by Agatha Christie
2. Books by Arthur Conan Doyle
4. Little Women – Louisa May Alcott
5. The Call of the Wild – Jack London
6. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm – Kate Douglas Wiggin (Kindle version available for free download now)
7. The Canterville Ghost – Oscar Wilde
9. Snappy Surprises – Ruskin Bond
10. Moby Dick – Herman Melville
11. Artemis Fowl series - Eoin Colfer
12. Daddy Long Legs - Jean Webster
13. School Stories by P.G. Wodehouse

For classes XI and XII
3. Uncle Tom’s cabin – Harriet Beecher Stowe
4. To kill a Mocking Bird – Harper Lee
5. Animal Farm – George Orwell
6. Nineteen eighty four-George Orwell
7. Short Story Collections By Indian Authors
9. Books by George Elliot
11. Books by Emily Bronte
12. Pickwick Papers - Charles Dickens
14. Three men in a Boat - Jerome K Jerome
15. My Family and Other Animals - Gerald Durrell
16. Rosie is My Relative - Gerald Durrell

Other Books and Authors suggested by the Committee:
6. APJ Abdul Kalam