The show that helps, F.R.I.E.N.D.S

October 26, 2021 12:55 pm

Samaira Jindal Everyone would agree with me when I say that FRIENDS is an all-time favourite sitcom of almost every person on this planet. It all started when Crane and Kauffman (founders/directors) began thinking about the time when they had finished college and started living by themselves in New York; Kauffman believed they were looking […]

Terror Of My Life

October 24, 2021 3:56 pm

Disclaimer: We advise watching the series mentioned in the article with parental supervision. Anish has watched this series under parental guidance. Anish Ganpathy While the practice of watching movies in theatres is fading away, it is bringing us closer to a new way: binge-watching web series. A new concept in India that we have adapted […]

Cricket: Religion In Diverse Country!

October 19, 2021 6:59 pm

Mithilesh Khandwala Cricket, a sport in many countries, is a factor that binds and unites the people of various castes, creeds and sects of India. Be it 1983, 2007 or 2011, the trophies remain celebrated by all with equal zest and enthusiasm, showcasing the spirit and love of India. The Indian Cricket team has also […]

Free Wings

October 3, 2021 6:38 pm

Aarushi Trivedi Freedom is such a satisfying word. Freedom to me is just being completely lazy and not following one single rule. If I would have the freedom, then I would -:  Wake up early at my very own place, and I will invest everywhere and gather up the money. I would sit at my […]

Playing With Canvas

September 30, 2021 3:35 pm

Heer Sonaiya Hey folks, I am Heer Sonaiya and a budding artist. I began my journey towards art just like any ordinary child when I was six studying at school. I was introduced to colours and brushes and did not even know what art meant to me, but something about it drew me towards it. […]

New age Ella

September 26, 2021 5:10 pm

Kimaya Rana I think we can all agree that the new Cinderella movie released on 3rd September 2021 on Amazon Prime Video took the world by storm. It is not your classic, “Oh my prince, oh my lover, I shall devote my life to you,” sort of movie. The very famous Latina singer Camila Cabello […]

Freedom to me

September 20, 2021 11:43 am

Samaira Jindal ‘Vande Mataram’ means that I praise thee, Mother.There are two different meanings to this phrase: I praise our mother, India that has gone through so much struggle and always helped us. I praise my mother, who has gone through different phases, struggles and has been with me throughout my journey. Both these meanings […]

What would I do if I was a dictator?

September 19, 2021 1:46 am

Anish Ganpathy Yesterday, I was reading a book about famous leaders in history. While reading, I also came to know about many terrifying dictators whom everyone feared. It got me thinking, what would I do if I was a dictator of a country. So, I made the basic rules and regulations for the people of […]

Books take me to a different world

September 18, 2021 11:29 pm

Aarushi Trivedi Books take me to a different world. What does the word “Books” mean? For me, it means a different world that you enter, a world full of pictures, dialogues, characters and fun. It keeps you alive, so here I share my experience with it. When I was young, I detested books. I thought […]

Is Earth not a sphere?

September 15, 2021 5:03 pm

Mithilesh Khandwala Most of us know the earth to be spherical, and it is scientifically proven to be true. But, could you imagine the world to be flat with a shape that has edges? Imagining the earth being flat, the people standing near the poles should drown in the centre and fall at the edge […]

‘Maths Made Easy’: These young Vedic Math tutors teach over 300 students online during pandemic

September 13, 2021 2:55 pm

Nanditha Devaraj, 15, and Niveditha Devaraj, 11, students of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kottayam are gaining popularity as young Vedic Math tutors taking online workshops. They began conducting ‘Maths Made Easy’ workshops for friends in 2020 when Nanditha was in grade X and Niveditha in VI-grade. The duo grew up seeing their father, P Devaraj, an automobile engineer […]

The story of Theo

September 8, 2021 12:53 pm

Samaira Jindal My heart was beating as fast as a rollercoaster when my dad called me. I thought I was in trouble. But, suddenly, I was shocked by what he said, and my heart felt like it would explode after he told me. I thought that he would never have said those words in my […]

Children at Vasant Pathshala celebrate Janmashtami

August 27, 2021 9:16 pm

Festivals are a part of India’s identity; the vibrant outfits, the traditional sweets and the customs are the most exciting part of our culture, which is still intact in the villages in its authentic form and not modernized as in the cities.  Vasant Pathshala celebrated Janmashtami at their rural campus situated in Dholka. The festival […]

This independence day, I hope for freedom to dissent

August 15, 2021 4:17 pm

Today, India is celebrating its 75th anniversary of Independence Day. We all cherish the fact that India is the biggest democracy in the world but in the recent past we have seen a big misuse of the institutions and it looks like we are regressing in multiple senses. The challenges to democracy today are really […]

This 11-year-old climate change activist is raising awareness on carbon tax by walking 200 miles

August 14, 2021 6:57 pm

Jude Walker, an 11-year-old boy is using his time to raise awareness for a petition in Zero Carbon’s campaign. At an age where kids would play video games and binge-watch, Walker is passionate about protecting the climate. He is a climate activist who has committed to complete a 200-mile walk from Hebden Bridge to London […]

Why are corals becoming endangered?

August 11, 2021 4:23 pm

Anish Ganpathy Corals are marine invertebrates that are called phylum Cnidaria in the scientific language. They are singularly called polyps. A colony of polyps is called a coral, and a large group of corals forms a coral reef. Corals are usually found only in oceans and sea beds and have vibrant and vivid colours. They […]

Cook with Yana

August 9, 2021 12:51 pm

Disclaimer: VoI urges all of the children to only cook under the guidance of an adult. Especially, do not use the stove in absence of an adult. Yana cooks mouth-watering ‘Cheese Loaded Bread’ with the help of her grandmother and shares the entire recipe with all of us. Try this easy yet delicious recipe out! […]

How BTS gives me a reason to believe in myself?

August 4, 2021 6:41 pm

by Kimaya Rana Bangtan Sonyeondan which means Bulletproof Boy Scouts is better known to people as BTS. It is a globally known sensational South Korean boy band of 7 members. Their music is different from other K-Pop bands. Their music has a meaning to it that I feel is something that music rarely has nowadays. […]

At 12-years, Abdullah is Kashmir’s youngest poet

August 4, 2021 2:54 pm

Times have changedEven though theyAre dying.Sky is redNow hearts black,Even though theyAre throbbing.Times have changed. (One of the poems from the book titled ‘Change’) This beautiful poem is penned by the youngest English poet from Kashmir, Abdullah Bin Zubair. The 12-year-old poet from Delhi Public School, Srinagar, wrote his first book – a collection of […]

Virtual Friendship

August 1, 2021 1:19 am

Friendship, what is the definition of this particular word? It is one thing that you cannot live without, friendship defines a lovely bonding between two people no matter how far they are. This virtual friendship that I will be describing today is a friend who is not in my society, school or even grade. My […]