March Madness
The third month of the year in both the Julian and Gregorian calendars, March’s name is derived from Martius, the first month of the earliest Roman calendar. It was named after Mars, the Roman God of War, who was (as per mythology) the ancestor of the Roman people through his sons, Romulus and Remus. No wonder March has seen some very interesting events transpire. Here are a few of them that caught our attention. 2nd March, 537 A.D.: Belisarius saves…
We’re here to tell you a little more about the quantity which when the diameter is multiplied by it, yields the circumference. Sounds like a mouthful? Well, that’s the term that was used to describe ‘Pi’ before the name was coined by William Jones, a not-so-popular mathematician. So, before we…

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  Just one word – food – has the power to make us drool. And more than anything else, good food is good mood. It is no longer only a means of sustenance; it is a feeling. It relieves us of our stress, uplifts our gloomy mood, and gives us…

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              Right from class four, everyone has been telling us about the significance of preserving our flora and fauna. Our teachers have taught us about the extinct and endangered species. They informed us of several campaigns that have been launched to help save animals…

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Magic Shows and tricks fascinate adults and toddlers alike. We know for sure that it is sleight of hand and a little bit of science at work – but, the awe and surprise make us cheer and applaud. Do you know even you can easily perform many magic tricks only…

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