-Priyanshi GoelSt. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

We live with billions of other people on this earth. We have so much to learn and so much love and understanding to share with one another. This is what our world needs. We don’t need everyone to be the exact same carbon copy of one another. We should instead embrace and celebrate how special and different we already are. Being judge mental and not appreciating just how vital diversity is in your life should be a thing of the past. Do not overgeneralize people because everyone is a unique individual .

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Introduction by

Karthik Ramachandran

VIII-J

Kulachi Hansraj Model School

-Ananya S. St. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

D ifferent

I ndividuals

V aluing

E ach other

R egardless of

S kin

I ntellect

T alent or

A ge

-Jaival BHATIAIX-HKulachi Hansraj Model School
-Niyati M.St. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

I ndividually is important

N o sectarianism

T eamwork through fun

E njoying peace irrespective of religions

G rateful for opportunities

R ights to be whatever you want

A cceptance of different backgrounds

T ime together

E ducation for everyone

D iversity is what we are all about

-Jaival BHATIAIX-HKulachi Hansraj Model School
- Mukul GargKulachi Hansraj Model School

E verybody is a Somebody

Q uality over Quantity

U nderstanding Differences

A ll is One

L oving Learning Environment

I want to be Different

T ogether Towards

Y Not

- Mukul GargIX-HKulachi Hansraj Model School

We live in a world where billions of people exist together. The diversity of religion, race, gender, culture etc. are things that are bound to be different from person to person that you meet. The history of intolerance is a long and brutal one where people who don’t fit a criteria and set of expectations are not accepted in our society. There is also this irony that exists. It is this idea of people wanting to live and experience new things. People want to travel around the world and get to know about new cultures and taste different type of food. This excitement to know people who are different from us for moments to be tourists but in reality not accepting them and spreading love to them in our own lives. The trouble arises when we are not spreading love or understanding for people in our own neighborhoods who are different from us. They might be of different backgrounds, identities or faiths. Practicing love and understanding should be a norm for everyone. The dream to travel and see the world starts in our own towns.


Talking to our own neighbors and being active in our own communities. Getting out there not being just satisfied by things we know exclusively from media and newspapers. Get out there and see for yourself. There are places in our own communities that have so much rich culture and history that can inspire us and can teach us more about the people we share the world with. Get out , expose yourself to new environments and practice spreading love and understanding no matter who you are or which place in the world you live in. It is one thing to do an internet search about a particular group of people or a city to find out what it is like. It is a completely different experience to be out in that city and meeting people for yourself.

We live with billions of other people in this earth. We have so much to learn and so much love and understanding to share with one another. This is what our world needs. We don’t need everyone to be the exact same carbon copy of one another. We should instead embrace and celebrate how special and different we already are. Being judgmental and not appreciating just how vital diversity is in your life should be a thing of the past. Do not overgeneralize .

We are each unique and amazing, and the collective human experience is richer for the difference we bring.


JASMINE KAUR

XII A

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL



Interestingly, we live in a world that has an enormous number of diversities and hardly any two individuals are alike. It is obvious that we all have different races, religions, caste, etc. But they hold a tremendous importance to embrace these differences. One of the most important and famous countries in Asian continent in India, where people are perhaps believed to have a special bond to their own country. I think it is true. Our country’s education system is one of the most controversial topics. I believe those people who say that the education in India lacks creativity and is often forceful and quite theoretical. But I can’t deny the fact that Indians have not only excelled in many fields but have also proved themselves to be better than others. They have shown their remarkable talent in sports, dance, music, literature, drama etc. This is the reason why we should welcome the difference that we have in education system.

-Ashna Mittal

X-B

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

Embracing Differences

Imagine a world where everybody looks similar, have similar talents and similar thinking. Nobody would be able to say I'm different and the individual identity would vanish.

The very idea of existing differences between people is completely justified. So, do we really need to worry about our weaknesses? We must remember if God has given us some weaknesses then he also has gifted us talents, talents that our uniquely possessed by us. The aim of our lives should not to cry over the shortcomings but to feel proud about our strengths. Yes, at one point of time you may feel inferior because you are not as good as others. But as the immortal laws of nature suggest, everybody can rise above their full potential and discover a strikingly beautiful talent from their inner depth.

Many a times we forget that if we think differently from the common view, others can also think like that. We fail to understand their interests and ideas, and become blinded by our own. We resist to even listen to their views and hence loose the opportunity to learn, learn from their creativity and experiences. In today's era, one religious community is completely against the other and this hatred takes the form of vandalism. The boss doesn't want to accept the idea of his young employees as it will mark him as someone without the ability to individual abilities. The values taught by the grandmother are often ignored by the grandchild because to him obviously at this age one has lost the wisdom!

The need of the hour is to embrace the differences, dignify individual talents, and accept discrete ideas. One thing you must remember throughout your life: Your uniqueness is your identity.

-Ashlesha Dixit

XI A

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL


We face a daily reality such that billions of individuals exist together. The decent variety of religion, race, sexual orientation, culture and so on are things that will undoubtedly be unique in relation to individual to individual that you meet. The historical backdrop of narrow mindedness is a long and severe one where individuals who don't fit a criteria and set of desires are not acknowledged in our general public. There is likewise this incongruity that exists. It is this thought of individuals needing to live and encounter new things. Individuals need to venture to the far corners of the planet and become acquainted with new societies and taste new nourishments. This energy to know individuals who are not the same as us for minutes to be travelers yet in all actuality not tolerating them and spreading adoration to them in our own lives. The inconvenience emerges when we are not spreading adoration or comprehension for individuals in our own neighborhoods who are not quite the same as us. They may be of various foundations, personalities or beliefs. Honing adoration and comprehension ought to be a standard for everybody. The fantasy to movement and see the world begins in our own towns.


Conversing with our own neighbors and being dynamic in our own particular networks. Getting out there not being simply fulfilled by things we know only from media and daily papers. Get out there and see with your own eyes. There are puts in our own networks that have so much rich culture and history that can rouse us and can show us more about the general population we share the world with. Get out , open yourself to new conditions and work on spreading affection and seeing regardless of your identity or which put on the planet you live in. It is one activity a web look about a specific gathering of individuals or a city to discover what it resembles. It is a totally unique ordeal to be out in that city and meeting individuals for yourself.


We live with billions of other individuals in this world. We have such a long way to go thus much love and comprehension to impart to each other. This is the thing that our reality needs. We needn't bother with everybody to be precisely the same duplicate of each other. We ought to rather grasp and praise how unique and distinctive we as of now are. Being judgmental and not acknowledging exactly how essential assorted variety is a major part of your life ought to be a relic of past times. Try not to overgeneralize .


We are every one of a kind and astonishing, and the aggregate human experience is more extravagant for the distinction we bring.


JASMINE KAUR

XII A

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

It is often said that ‘The world is a big family’ and we all live together with peace

and harmony. Diversity is a blessing. But this fact is not

always true. No matter how much modern we try to act, there will always be an

inevitable gap which separates two nations either on caste, religion or race. We

as a society need to become more diverse, to accommodate this growth in

population. Some fear this but some are ready to embrace it. But embracing the

differences isn’t an easy task. A country has to face a lot of challenges to

accommodate people of different countries and to make them feel like home.

Communication is one of the biggest challenges; people who settle abroad fail to

communicate and speak as fluently as the native people do and feel inferior.

Another challenge is ‘perception’. People coming from different backgrounds

have different beliefs, different customs and therefore, have different views on

how a thing should be. They have their different ideas which can act as an

obstacle during working and collaborating. The fact is differences and issues will

always be there, whether it is between two nations or two people of the same

nation. Ideas always differ but it is upto us how we embrace this difference and

make a fruitful discussion rather than making a commotion. Diversity is

paramount and matters everywhere, in school, in country, and diversity matters

as a person. Diversity expands self- awareness and helps us to know about different

cultures. It broadens our horizons of vision and enhances skills of critical thinking

and problem solving. It inculcates empathetic values in us making the world a

better place to live in. Immigration, thus plays a lead role in enhancing the quality

of acceptance and embracing differences positively.

JAIVAL BHATIA

IX-H

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

WE All ARE UNIQUE

We are trying to make people understand their rights and duties .We are even successful in providing them their rights. We all now-a- days don't see the social status, race, caste or creed of a person . Rather, we see whether he/she is a good human being, modest and humble . Only this much is enough to judge a person , we don't need to know their nationality . What all is mentioned here is nothing but 'Embracing Our Differences' which teaches us that all are equal and unique.

-Disha DhingraSt. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

HOW UNEQUAL WE ARE!

We all have once in our life, found differences in the way people treat one another due to economic inequality. Economic inequality is the difference found in various measures of economic well-being among individuals in a group, groups in a population, or countries. Economic inequality sometimes refers to income inequality, wealth inequality, or the wealth gap. People with a lower economic status do not get that privileges as people with higher economic status do. People having higher economy make the people of lower economy feel inferior to them which is not right and is unacceptable. Government is trying to bring some changes in the mindset of people. They have brought higher economy and lower economy at the same level. They both now get the equal privileges and can avail equal facilities. Now, people are judged on the basis of their talent and not on economic status. All these led to a decrease in hardships that people of lower economy earlier faced. We all have made a difference and are still continuing to make. With hard work, we'll surely succeed.

-Disha DhingraSt. Marks School ,Meera Bagh
-Piyush GoelSt. Marks Sr. Sec. Public School
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-Khushleen KaurSt. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

HOW TO OVERCOME RACISM?

Racism runs deep. It seems like an impossible task to overcome racism. Do not think that you need to do it alone. Educate yourself, and speak up about the injustice that you encounter. Be bold and act with intention.

1. Educate yourself and stay informed. Confront ignorance with truth. Try to keep an open mind. Learn as much as you can about other races, languages, and cultures. Knowledge is power. Read the news, not just from a single source.

2.Keep an open mind. Accept others, even if they don't accept you. You do not need to become "separated" – you can appreciate other races and cultures for the things that make them unique.

3.Find your voice. The usage of Internet makes it easier than ever to reach, teach, and influence people. Share articles, videos, and stories on social media. Look for ways to speak out in your school, neighborhood, or workplace. Encourage your family, friends, and your community to respect and accept individuals from different backgrounds. Be careful about what and how you post on the Internet.

-Bhavdeep SinghSt. Mark's School, Meera Bagh

"Age is no bar to success."

You are never too young or too old to attain success or go after what you want.

When it comes to success, age is really just a number. The bottom line is "Never give up" because when you give up , that's when your creativity ends . C.S.Lewis said "You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream!".But no one can prove it better that the photographer turned actor-Boman Irani, who made his Bollywood Debut at the age of 44 and made a mark for himself with his excellent comic timing and signature style of acting. According to this versatile personality, "If there is passion in your heart and fire in your belly there is no one who can stop you from moving forward" .

If there is a success story in old age, it is also a truth that you don't need to cross an age threshold to prove that you have what it takes to be successful. One such example is Abhiraj Bhal, an Alumni of IIT Kanpur. Abhiraj and his partner, Varun have already made their mark on the market by simplifying Urban India's most basic needs: Local Services. They are the founders of 'Urban Clap' which is India's largest home services market place.

The great news is that it is never too late to begin or to put yourself at the top of your list. Becoming successful is not limited to one certain age or even one career. In fact the most successful people are the ones who have reinvented themselves ,tried, failed and tried again.

Therefore, I feel age is no bar for success.

-Piyush GoelSt. Marks School ,Meera Bagh
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLH65bBt6Zk(- Aradhya N Singh, Kulachi Hansraj Model School)
-Khushleen Kaur St. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

Age doesn't matter when it comes to what you want to do. What matters is how much you want to do. its very wrong to tell someone that you can't do it you are too small and I don't mean to say that you can make an account on facebook, instagram or snapchat. if you are not of an appropriate age.

There one thing my sister said that i wanted to share with you.

"There one thing i don't understand . Imagine, you are 17 years old. the next day is your 18th birthday.its 11:59 PM on the clock, this morning everyone still treated you as an adolescent. Next day everyone suddenly started treating you as an adult. You got your driving license, you can caste votes etc. It all changed overnight. But did you change overnight? Did you become more matured? Did you suddenly changed your mindset? The answer is -No. You are still the same person. What I really mean to say is setting up ages in which you are allowed to do this, you are allowed to do that doesn't help, as everyone human being is different. So is everyone's maturity. Stop thinking age is everything . It doesn't help.

I is rightly said 'Age isn't your identity, it's just a number and it can't decide your future.

-Aradhya N.VIII-GKulachi Hansraj Model School

Social Status

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-Jing QiaoTaiwan
Khushi S.St. Marks School ,Meera Bagh

From ancient time to modern times.Many people are always pursuing social status,Why the are do that?Because of social status is the added value of success.

People are basically to meet the physiological needs, and they can pursue with a higher social status.The higher the social status ,the more resources there are.

People used to have a better quality of life will work hard to read as a docter.

In fact, social status not only appears in the world of adults but also in schools.

-Shio LinWunshan Senior High School
-Jing QiaoWunshan Senior High School
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Aradhya Neogy on Ageism

VIII-G

Kulachi Hansraj Model School


"No matter your social status or how powerful you feel you are, we are all equal .We came here by birth and will leave in death." Social status refers to a position that a person holds in a society or group. A person can occupy several social statuses at a time, For example: Indian ,brother, son, head of any institution etc. In fact social status can be called as ranking that people form in their minds regarding the social position of themselves and others. People are said to have higher status when they are able to control or influence other peoples conduct. This can be achieved either by holding important positions or by earning respect through their behaviour. Status is also closely related to wealth , education, occupation and morality. Sometimes social status leads to conflict because nobody wants to be at the bottom of social hierarchy or to share the top position ,so this leads people to want to dominate others . In ancient India , the society was divided into four groups- Brahmins, Kshatriyas , Vaishyas and Shudras. Among these four groups Brahmins were at the top most and Shudras at the lowest position. But in modern India, our Constitution has guaranteed equality to all. It means that everyone is equal before the law irrespective of their caste, wealth, religion and race. This has made India, a peaceful country ,where all people live in harmony with each other.

Devanshi Jain

VIII-F

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

Social status

Social status is basically the respect,opportunities,responsibilities and the status given to a person in a society. It should be same between humans, but it is not. Human beings have awarded different social status to different gender. We have noticed that since human beings came to know their gender differences, they decided that they would differ in their social statuses as per their gender. The stereotypes and rigid gender roles had described the social statuses that should be given to woman and a man, but they are wrong. Since we all are humans so it is our rights that that we should get equal status in the society. Social status is a great topic in our constitution. Our constitution gives equal opportunities,responsibilities and respect to all citizens(including woman and transgender) in the society. A person is judged by the social status he earned and prestigious place that he made in his society. We should always respect women as they also worthy and deserving citizen of the society. Social status is a fundamental right and should be given to all.

Written by Aditya Adhana

7-I

Kulachi Hansraj Model School


Social Status


"No matter your social status or how powerful you feel you are, we are all equal .We came here by birth and will leave in death." Social status refers to a position that a person holds in a society or group. A person can occupy several social statuses at a time, For example:Indian ,brother, son, head of any institution etc. In fact social status can be called as ranking that people form in their minds regarding the social position of themselves and others. People are said to have higher status when they are able to control or influence other peoples conduct. This can be achieved either by holding important positions or by earning respect through their behaviour. Status is also closely related to wealth , education, occupation and morality. Sometimes social status leads to conflict because nobody wants to be at the bottom of social hierarchy or to share the top position ,so this leads people to want to dominate others . In ancient India , the society was divided into four groups- Brahmins, Kshatriyas , Vaishyas and Shudras. Among these four groups Brahmins were at the top most and Shudras =at the lowest position. But in modern India, our Constitution has guaranteed equality to all. It means that everyone is equal before the law irrespective of their caste, wealth, religion and race. This has made India, a peaceful country ,where all people live in harmony with each other.

Devanshi Jain

VIII-F

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

What according to you is age,

It is a limitation like a cage.

Whenever for learning something we are keen,

Somebody asks us are you eighteen.

Whenever a needy person asks for occupation,

He is suffered by age discrimination.

I am surprised to see such age discrimination,

This has created a lot of corruption.

This age is only a number not to worry,

Then why do the people are in so hurry.

As humans we must understand,

This age is only a superstitious band.


A poem by Aditya adhanna

VII-I

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL

Hello everyone I am Aditya. Today I am going to tell you about what is social status.Well, social status is basically the respect,opportunities,responsibilities and the status given to a person in a society. It should be same between humans, but it is not. Human beings have awarded different social status to different gender. We have noticed that since human beings came to know their gender differences, they decided that they would differ in their social statuses as per their gender. The stereotypes and rigid gender roles had described the social statuses that should be given to woman and a man, but they are wrong. Since we all are humans so it is our rights that that we should get equal status in the society. Social status is a great topic in our constitution. Our constitution gives equal opportunities,responsibilities and respect to all citizens(including woman and transgender) in the society. A person is judged by the social status he earned and prestigious place that he made in his society. We should always respect women as they also worthy and deserving citizen of the society. Social status is a fundamental right and should be given to all.

Thank You

Written by Aditya Adhana

7-I

Kulachi Hansraj Model School


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HITESH DAHIYA

XI-B

KULACHI HANSRAJ MODEL SCHOOL