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Thursday, May 20, 2021

lockdown from tomorrow till May 27.



Corona has decided to give some relief to the ongoing mini lockdown in the state following the transition. The state will have a partial lockdown from tomorrow till May 27. As a result, traders will be able to keep their shops open from 9 am to 3 pm. This was announced by the Chief Minister in Pipavav. However, night curfews will remain in place in 36 cities.




Earlier, it was decided to keep the night curfew and additional restrictions on May 18, 19 and 20 for three days due to the cyclone situation.




All types of manufacturing / industrial units will continue

It has been decided to continue all types of manufacturing / industrial units and raw material supplying units for the purpose of continuing manufacturing activities and industries in the state and not causing any inconvenience to the workers, transportation for their staff will continue. In the meantime, strictly follow the COVID-19 guidelines. Construction related activities will continue during which COVID-19 related guidelines will have to be strictly followed.




Presented by Children's University, Department of Vidyaniketan-

A five-day online summer camp enjoying the fun of Corona ..

Klamrutam 2021

Read the circular details to join the free summer camp and register for the summer camp from this link:
Summer-Camp-Std-1 to 8-for-Gujarat-State
Children studying in any standard will be able to join the summer camp.
After completion of summer camp, you will be able to get the certificate of Children's University in soft copy.
In the summer camp, the student will have to join the YouTube channel of the Children's University live.
Special notifications will be shared in the WhatsApp group.

Let's give children a happy and loving childhood ..

Bright baby:
Brilliant India
Children's University,
Gandhinagar.


દિવ્ય ભાસ્કર ન્યૂઝ વાંચો

We just celebrated the festival of Uttarayan with enthusiasm. Thus, Uttarayan is the favorite festival of all, young and old. This festival is very popular among children and youth. Now, even in the celebration of festivals, there is a hint of modernity and economic prosperity. Then the memories of childhood are refreshed.

The open stretch of river or farm and the village padar is the main place for our kite flying. Our kite festival started here a few days ago. Within minutes of leaving school, the whole village would reach here to chew kites. At that time he used to buy a kite for ten rupees and one rupee. Sometimes Motera was reprimanded while climbing for the kite. Then sometimes sweet methipak would be found. A kite flying for weeks. Preserving the kite like life. Using Thor's milk as glue. Thor's milk was applied on the old kite paper and the kite was glued. Chewing the kite with the preserved string of the previous year.

Earlier, there were houses of native-foreign pipes and leaves. Here, too, we used to fly kites. The elders were often reprimanded. So there was a lot more noise than running on the leaves.

He would rush to get his kite back. Taking care not to rob any kite. It was also a unique pleasure to steal a kite. Also doing many experiments to rob kites. Making tall flags using undergrowth. Sometimes there was a sweet quarrel between friends in kite robbery. But the conflict lasted only a short time.

The next day at school, everyone was talking about kites. Whose kite? What string Who stole how many kites? Someone even robbed the string. The main topic of conversation throughout the day was the kite. Even today, these memories of Uttarayan give joy and thrill to the mind and heart.


Now I have to go to the field to weave eggplant. Entered the farm through the hole in the fence to go to the farm. The bush was closed with bushes so that no cattle could enter the field. Sometimes this loop is closed with a small sledgehammer. Depends on the vision and interest of the farmer. Also, a farmer should close the hole with the thorny branches of acacia or mad acacia. Fences play an important role in preserving farm crops.

This fence is the natural defense wall of the farm. Also the extent of the field is determined by the fence. The kingdom of thor, acacia, vine or other small and big plants can be seen on the fence. The farmer's chewing gum and farming habits also come out of the fence. Some farmers constantly plow the fence for many months. Keep the fence tidy by constantly pruning the vines or plants in the fence. In the monsoon, the fence became green. As if smiling looking in front of everyone; It seems like there is a lot to talk about. The vines wrap around the fence. Wrap the fence around yourself and spread it all over the fence. Then the beauty of the fence became clearer.

This fence means the farmer's nose; Farmer's self-esteem. If a vine or a thorn of the fence goes backwards, the self-esteem of the farmer will be hurt. Sometimes this phenomenon takes a violent form. Then the understanding of the village reaches Manekh or Punch. Talk to you soon and keep up the good content.

As a child, he remembers breaking through the fence and reaching the farm with his friends. A group of our friends used to jump in the field for bore, watermelon, cucumber, tomato etc. Someone looks at the farm owner with wide eyes. However all this happened at an innocent price in childhood. Sometimes betting on a fence between friends.

Even today, when you have to go to the farm, you can always look at this fence. This fence is the epitome of our childhood. Feeling we have 'Run out of gas' emotionally. Laughter erupted as he looked in front of her.
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