A Serene Walk Through Jim Corbett

Posted on Jan 12, 2024 in India Discovery,Student Speak


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Upon reaching Jim Corbett, the biting cold had us shivering, and we found ourselves vigorously rubbing our hands for warmth. Surprisingly, despite the chilly weather, it turned out to be one of the most exhilarating adrenaline rushes we had ever experienced. The area exuded a profound tranquility that added to the overall sense of awe and wonder.

We ventured to the bank of the Kosi River, where the sun’s glistening rays warmed us through the layers of our woollens. The crystal-clear water unveiled the mysteries hidden beneath the river’s surface. As we navigated over the rocks that stood firm against the current, the cold breeze embraced us, infusing a rush of enthusiasm in us. The entire landscape appeared perfect, and the palpable serenity added to the enchantment of the moment.

On our journey, we learnt about the life of Mr Jim Corbett. He held the rank of colonel in the British Army and was frequently called by the government to kill man-eating tigers and leopards. On learning about his remarkable deeds, we developed a deep sense of appreciation for him and would like to extend our salute to him. Moreover, we explored the tiger pawprints, recognising their unique ability to provide some vital information about these magnificent animals.

As we approached the end of our journey to Jim Corbett, we realised that acquiring such a wealth of knowledge and experience in a single journey is not a common occurrence. This journey has thoroughly enthused us and has left us with a suitcase full of cherished memories that will linger with us for a long time.

Writen By Aarav, Aarav K.S, Arnav, Ashi Bansal, Dhruv, Gamini, Ira Sr, Kyra Bhasin, Sana & Vera Soni (The Shriram Millennium School, Noida).


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