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Digamber School

August 2017

Solar System

The collection of 8 Planets and their moons in the Orbit around the Sun, together with smaller bodies in the form of Asteroids, Meteoroids and Comets. The solar system is gravitationally bound system comprising the Sun and the eight planets.

The Sun in our solar system is a hot ball of glowing gases. There are eight planets in our solar system namely- Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The Sun is the richest source of heat and light.

The four inner planets - Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are made up mostly of iron and rock. They are known as terrestrial or earthlike planets because of their similar size and composition. Earth has one natural satellite- The Moon and Mars has two moons-Deimos and Phobos. The outer planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune are giant worlds with thick outer layers of gas.

Article by Aditi Mishra, IV Mars

Art by Aditi Mishra, IV Mars 




Animals that live on land have four legs. They are called land animals, like horses, cows, zebras, giraffes, dogs etc. They use their legs to run fast. Crocodiles and lizards have short legs but they prefer to crawl. Snakes do not have legs. They crawl with the help of their body muscles. Animals that live in water do not require legs. Fish live in water with the help of fins and tail. Ducks swim in water with their webbed feet.

Amphibians are small vertebrates that need water, or a moist environment, to survive. The species in this group include frogs, toads etc. All can breathe and absorb water through their very thin skin. Mammals are among the most adaptable animals on the planet. They are found on every continent and in every ocean, and range in sizes.

Article by Prachi Verma, IV Jupiter

Art by Prachi Verma, IV Jupiter

Control Your Anger


Anger is a natural, though sometimes unwanted emotion that everybody experiences from time to time. It is necessary to control one's anger. There are some ways to control one's anger. When we speak before that we should think. For being calm we do exercise. We can do Swimming also as it removes tension. Walk outside to control anger and search for possible solutions. Count till ten to reduce anger. Take rest, eat a balanced diet and drink water. Draw or write something to reduce your anger. Never hold grudges and to release tension use humor. So we can say- “Stay in control of your anger! Don’t let your anger control you!”

Article by Tanisha Agrawal, IV Mars

Art by Tanisha Agrawal, IV Mars



Birds are beautiful living beings. They have wings. They are of different species. Most of the birds can fly. But birds like Penguins, Emus and Ostriches cannot fly. Many can also run, jump, swim, and dive. Birds have hollow bones. Birds do not have teeth. They have beaks that help them to eat. Birds live in nest. They lay eggs. They build nest to lay their eggs. Some birds make beautiful and interesting nest. Birds use their beaks to feed. They use their beaks to grab and swallow food. Birds have three kinds of feathers down, body and flight. Birds are found worldwide and in all habitats. The largest is the nine-foot-tall ostrich. The smallest is the two-inch-long bee hummingbird.

Article by Bhavik Zanzari III Mercury

Art by Revansh Neema, III Mercury



Discipline is a training of the mind to obey certain rules and act according to them. There are some rules for everything. So discipline is necessary for everything. Discipline is a very important aspect of an individual’s life. No work can be done properly without discipline. Children, from the very beginning of their school life are taught to be disciplined. It provides a foundation to lead a good life. It is very necessary to have discipline in the school. A school without discipline is not a good School. A good School always has a high standard of discipline. The school in fact, is a best training group of discipline. It teaches its students to obey their teachers and observe the rules of the school. It teaches them to co-operate with the authorities and with one another in the activities of the school.

Article by Vidhi Chouhan, III Earth

Art by Samarth Modi, III Mars

Plants- Our Friends


We see different kinds of plants around us. Plants grow on mountains, in deserts and even below the sea. In order to survive in different places, plants have a variety of shapes, sizes and features. Some plants grow very tall and big like Peepal, Coconut Gulmohar etc. they are called trees. Some other types of plants are Shrubs Herbs Climbers and Creepers. We get many things from plants like fruits, vegetables, medicines; wood etc. plants also give us oxygen to breathe. Some plants prepare their own food. Green leaves are the food factory of a plant. Green plants are the only ones which can make their own food. Plants are useful to us and we should save them.

Article by Dhruv Sharma, III Venus

Art by Avika Khandelwal, III Venus



Tennis is an outdoor game. Each player uses a tennis racket to hit a rubber ball. The goal of tennis is to hit the ball over the net into the other player’s Court. When the other player cannot return the ball, a point is won. The game is played between two or four people. When it is played with two people, it is called Singles. When it is played with four people it is called Doubles. I love playing tennis in my leisure time

Article by Sakina Bahrainwala, II Earth

Art by Sakina Bahrainwala, II Earth



The national flower of India is Lotus. It has received this recognition because of its Indian origin, its long association with our culture and also due to its usefulness. It is a beautiful flower with appealing color and fragrance. From very ancient times we have been using Lotus in one way or the other. It grows in water and mud. It is a sacred flower; it is used in worshipping God.

Article by Avika Jain, II Mercury

Art by Avika Jain, II Mercury



Fish lives in water. It cannot live without water. There are different types of fish. Shark, Whale and Starfish live in sea. Big fish eat small fish and plants. Fish are kept in aquarium also.

Article by Krati Agrawal, I Venus

Art by Krati Agrawal, I Venus



Computer is an electronic machine. C.P.U is the brain of Computer. Charles Babbage is the father of computer. Keyboard has many keys. Monitor of the Computer looks like T.V. We can play games, listen to music, draw and calculate on Computer. It is very useful to us.

Article by Ritvi Salgiya, I Mercury

Art by Ritvi Salgiya, I Mercury

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