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TraveLive at Zorig Chusum

Posted on Aug 04, 2017 in Travel

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The students of Modern School, Vasant Vihar, embarked on an exciting journey to Bhutan: The Mountain Kingdom. Their journey took them to Thimphu, the capital city, and Paro. During their visit to Thimphu, the students visited the Zorig Chusum School of Arts and Crafts to get a first-hand understanding of the 13 unique crafts of …

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Five Things You Can Spot in the Night Sky with Your Naked Eyes

Posted on Dec 30, 2016 in Travel

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The City skies are Polluted but not dead yet. In our busy lives, we rarely look up to observe the wonders in the sky above. The is mainly due to two reasons: – We don’t have access to clear night skies. We are too busy looking into our computers and smart devices. What we have …

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Why are Science & Technology important?

Posted on Dec 30, 2016 in Travel

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Can you imagine a single day without reading the news or travelling in a vehicle or drinking clean water. Can you imagine a day without electricity or without medicine when you fall sick. Can you imagine not not wearing clothes or shoes and going on a hunt for animals in the jungle every time you …

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WHEN PHYSICS AND ADVENTURE MEET

Posted on Dec 26, 2016 in Travel

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 “Science is organised knowledge. Wisdom is organised life.”                                                                                               …

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STUDENT EDUCATION TRAVEL: TIME TO REDEFINE

Posted on Dec 26, 2016 in Travel

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Six year old Arundhati goes on a day long school trip to Agra.  The itinerary covers Taj Mahal, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World and the old capital city of the Mughals, the Red Fort. The school group returns satisfied, the parents are happy, the children excited and the photos of the …

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KENNEDY SPACE CENTER: EXPLORE SPACE AND BEYOND

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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At EdTerra, I have had the good fortune of making numerous visits to USA. I have been mentoring the US East Coast Space Adventure journeys for over 5 years now, and each time I find myself back at Kennedy Space Center (the core focus of our US East Coast journeys), I find myself getting goose …

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JAPAN – REINVENTING PERFECTION

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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WABI-SABI (Japanese):  A way of living that focuses on finding beauty within the imperfections of life and accepting peacefully the natural cycle of growth and decay.   Japan has truly outdone its own philosophies and values when it comes to preaching and practicing them. It is as if each and every citizen of the country …

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ANATOMY OF FEAR

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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Throughout our childhood we have been told to be brave; that to be scared is a sign of weakness and is unacceptable. That fear is a negative emotion. Over the years, fear even became a convoluted gender issue. It became acceptable for women to express fear, but for men it became a matter of shame. …

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DIARY OF A SCUBA DIVING STUDENT

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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At EdTerra, we breathe, eat, sleep and practically live ‘travel’! So it really is no surprise that travel is our chosen form of relaxation, even when we are not working! As an avid adventure-seeker, with a love for the waters, it was inevitable that I got myself a PADI scuba diving certification. For the uninitiated, …

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FIVE EMOTIONS THAT ITALY CAN EVOKE IN YOUR MIND

Posted on Dec 20, 2016 in Travel

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Italy is often stereotyped as a nation of emotional people. Whether there is any truth in that or not, we do not know. What we know is, this country can evoke emotions in your heart and mind owing to its blowing diversity. 1) FEEL POWERFUL Whether you are a shutterbug or not, you simply cannot miss …

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