Paper Airplane Day

There was a time when the race among children, adults and even elders wanted to build a machine that can fly. They dreamt of flying high up in the sky and hovering up between the clouds like a ship flows in water.Times have changed so much.Now the biggest race is that who makes the best PAPAER PLANE. Good lord !
A small game which has now become a universal game of many people.I mean who doesnt know how to make a paper plane.For today I would like to suggest all of you a simple yet lucrative task; create a plane and see how far yours goes

Turtle Day

We hear about them in parables of being slow and plodding, steady and methodical, and being occasionally obsessed with Ninjitsu, news reporters, and pizza. We are, of course, talking about Turtles! Turtles are a type of reptile that exists in many environments throughout the world and have found their way into literature, poetry, and parable throughout the world’s history. World Turtle Day celebrates these noble reptiles and their place in the world and encourages people to take action to help protect both the common pet turtle and the ever endangered sea turtle.
So let's make an effort in protecting these guys

Neurofibromatosis Awareness Day @May 17

This is a much more serious topic and also a very important one . Neurofibromatosis is a condition that causes tumours to form in the brain,nerves,or the spinal cord.Thankfully the tumors are non cancerous but still this is a very serious and harsh disease.It is a genetic disorder.There are 3 types of this disease:Type 1 which occurs in children and type 2 and type 3 occur in adults.Type 1 can cause bone deformities, learning disabilities and high blood pressure. Type 2 can cause hearing loss, vision loss and difficulty with balance. Type 3 can cause chronic pain throughout the body. Moreover this condition is not curable.It is a very gruesome condition as well.Hope the following picture will help enhance your understanding

Luckily though it is a very rare case. In India there are fewer than one million cases every year . This is also non contagious.

Neurofibromatosis is caused by genetic defects (mutations) that either are passed on by a parent or occur spontaneously at conception. The…

Chocolate Chip Day @May 15

Chocolate.Who doesn't love chocolate.The most perfectly made food or dessert of all time.It is incomparable. Everyone loves chocolate , the kids , the adults and even the elderly. Whether you eat it as a cookie or use chocolate chips in a cake or ice cream, it doesn't matter as it is simply delicious.See as usual I would have gone speaking about chocolate but let's note this it is chocolate chip day not chocolate day. We will save the chocolate history for another day.
It all started at a little place you may recognize the name of, the Toll House Inn. Located in Whitman, Massachusetts, it just happens to be the home of that most favorite of cookies, the chocolate chip cookie. Ruth Graves Wakefield had originally planned on making a chocolate cookie, and decided to do so by throwing in chunks of a chocolate bar into it. In a happy accident, it turned out that the chocolate did not melt and mix with the rest of the cookie, but maintained its shape, filling the cookie with del…

Quiche Lorraine @May 20

A dreamy marriage of cheese and shortcrust, the humble quiche is one of the tastiest dishes you can get your mitts on. Served either warm or cold, and packed with ham or veggies, this is a super versatile meal that goes with all sorts of sides. And what’s more, they are pretty simple to cook!The quiche lorraine has a history almost as rich as its crumbly crust and is enjoyed worldwide, especially during the warm summer months. So it’s no surprise that fans of the meal have made May 20th a day to celebrate everything that’s great about this delicious, nutritious treat.Feeling hungry? That’s nothing that a slice or two of quiche lorraine can’t solve. If you’re feeling a bit artistic in the kitchen, this would be a great excuse to try your hand at making a quiche lorraine yourself! You’ll need bacon, eggs, cream, milk, and cheese. And if you’re going to go the whole hog and be super authentic, you’ll need the ingredients to make a shortcrust pastry from fresh. It always tastes better tha…


What a coincidence!The world has now truly begun to understand the value of healthcare workers amidst the corona virus pandemic and guess what its nurse day.In my opinion this nurse day should be celebrated like none before as it is now that we need them the most. But mark my word this isn't going to be another long essay about the corona virus.(You don't deserve even that you virus!)This will be like usual a fun ,entertaining, and factual piece of  entertainment . SO Buckle up,tie your seatbelts and let's go(God it's been so long since I have been on a flight)
Historically, as well as today, nurses are at the forefront of fighting epidemics and pandemics -  providing high quality and respectful treatment and care. They are often the first and sometimes the only health professional that people see and the quality of their initial assessment, care and treatment is vital.Nurses account for more than half of all the world’s health workers, yet there is an urgent shortage o…


Octopi have took inhabited the world a long time before us about 256 years ago. The octopus is a soft-bodied, eight-limbed mollusc of the order Octopoda. Around 300 species are recognised, and the order is grouped within the class Cephalopoda with squids, cuttlefish, and nautiloids. Like other cephalopods, the octopus is bilaterally symmetric with two eyes and a beak, with its mouth at the center point of the 8 limbs. The soft body can rapidly alter its shape, enabling octopuses to squeeze through small gaps. They trail their eight appendages behind them as they swim.
Fun facts:
1. A 50-pound octopus can squeeze through a hole only 2 inches in diameter. If their beak fits, they can get   through.
2. They are about 90 percent muscle.
3. You can tell a male octopus from a female by looking at the tip of its third arm on the right (starting between the eyes and going clockwise). Males have a special tip on this arm that has no suckers on the last few inches. This specialized tip is visi…

Noodles Day @ 6TH OCT, 2018

NOODLES…Wow!!!! What a food. Noodles are actually one of the favorite food item in the world.They are easy to make,not costly,and most importantly they are delicious. So today is noodles day. They are made from unleavened dough which is stretched, extruded, or rolled flat and cut into one of a variety of shapes. While long, thin strips may be the most common, many varieties of noodles are cut into waves, helices, tubes, strings, or shells, or folded over, or cut into other shapes. Noodles are usually cooked in boiling water, sometimes with cooking oil or salt added. They are often pan-fried or deep-fried. Noodles are often served with an accompanying sauce or in a soup. Noodles can be refrigerated for short-term storage or dried and stored for future use. The material composition or geocultural origin must be specified when discussing noodles. The word derives from the German word Nudel. The origin of noodles is Chinese. The earliest written record of noodles is found in a book dated…

Virus Day @ 3rd OCT 2018

“VIRUS”… Not such a pleasant word right. We always believe that viruses are pathogens that invade our body. Most of the diseases around are caused by viruses. Viruses are present everywhere even in the air you breath.

We often get confused between bacteria and a virus. A big difference is that bacteria are living things while viruses are considered to be non living. Got a shock? But when viruses attack or invade a host cell they are called to be living because they can reproduce at that time.
How were viruses discovered? In 1884, the French microbiologist Charles Chamberland invented a filter, known today as the Chamberland filter or Chamberland–Pasteur filter that has pores smaller than bacteria. Thus he could pass a solution containing bacteria through the filter and completely remove them from the solution. In the early 1890s the Russian biologist Dmitri Ivanovsky used this filter to study what became known as the tobacco mosaic virus. At the same time several other scientists proved…

Piano Month@September

"C..D..A..B..F"What pleasant notes. Piano is an instrument that just touches your heart. According to me,it is one of the best instrument.

 The invention of the piano is credited to Bartolomeo Cristofori of Padua, Italy, who was employed by Ferdinando de' Medici, Grand Prince of Tuscany, as the Keeper of the Instruments. He used his knowledge of harpsichord keyboard mechanisms and actions to help him to develop the first pianos.A piano usually has a protective wooden case surrounding the  soundboard and metal strings, which are strung under great tension on a heavy metal frame.

September is the perfect month we should start piano courses or if you know how to play a piano,play and practice it a lot.Playing a piano can be hard and boring for the first few months but, later on you will find it fun.

Fun Facts:
1. The most expensive piano was designed by Canadian manufacturer Heintzman Pianos and was played for the first time in front of an audience at the Beijing 2008 Olym…


How fun it is to spend an afternoon with your dog. Known as a man's best friend,it is one of the best domestic animal.So August 26 is the day dedicated to these species.

Dogs have many good attributes and that's way I believe everyone should have a dog as a pet.It adapts well to other environments and other species you know dogs can be one of the most intelligent species around.Ya apart from you.Dogs are good listeners.They inherit traits from organisms.They are even fearless so that means they can be good guards.Many dogs are kept as pets for 2 reasons.Guarding and entertainment.

Fun facts:
1. There are approximately 78 million pet dogs in the U.S., living in 39% of American households.
2. The most popular name for a male dog is Max and for a female is Bella.
3. An Australian Cattle Dog named Bluey holds the Guinness world record for the oldest dog ever. He lived 29 years and 5 months.
4. The tallest living dog on record is Zeus, a Great Dane who measures 44 inches at the sh…

Poet's Day@21st August

Johny Johny Yes Papa. Such a small and nice poem. Mahabharata, the longest poem, has 1.8 million words while Johnny Johnny has only 54. You can easily say the writer of Johnny Johnny had an easier job. Actually a poet’s job is never easy. August 21 is the day we should appreciate the work of them.   Poetry, also known as verse, is a type of literature that utilises sound and images to express ideas and feelings. There are various types of poetry, from haikus, limericks, riddles, sonnets and so on. Poetry a long history, dating back to prehistoric times. Devices such as assonance, alliteration, onomatopoeia and rhythm are sometimes used to achieve musical effects. Similarly figures of speech such as metaphor and simile help to create images. Fun Facts: 1. The earliest form of poetry was called epic poems.
2. The oldest written poem, believed to be 4,000 years old, is the Epic of Gilgamesh originating from    Babylon.  It tells the story of a king named Gilgamesh, who was half-god and ha…

Aviation Day @ 19th August

"Let's travel to the Caribbean in the next 10 days"A 1600 European pilgrim would say," but that is going to take a month."Nowdays due to the invention of airplane, travelling has become a lot easier.
August 19 is the day we should celebrate the birthday of Orville Wright who was one half of the brothers who invented a three axis control airplane.This day was created by America's former president Franklin D. Roosevelt.Every year Americans fly planes painted with the color of their flag.

Fun facts:
1.On December 17th, 1903, the two brothers, with no formal training, took to the skies over the dunes of North Carolina’s Outer Banks and launched into history.

2.The Wright Brother’s father feared losing both of his sons in an airplane crash, so they promised never to fly together. Only once did they make an exception on May 25th, 1910, when they flew for six minutes.

3. The cause of their flying obsession? A toy from their father. It was a helicopter made o…

Black Cat Appreciation Day @ AUGUST 17TH

A black cat crossed your way.What a bad omen.Guys really are we that superstitious?Yes,we are.We often do not like black cats nor feed them.Well for me black cat is the perfect pet.
Black cats are the perfect guard cats.They have few sort of ninja skills that activate when intruders come.It’s more like a guard dog.Plus black cats are excellent cleaners.They wipe cobwebs and dust out of an area.Black cats are actually considered lucky at some places such as the UK.
Fun facts
1.Black cats are actually not black but a mix of dark colors.You can see them when the stand in the sun.
2.If your black cat loves spending time in the sun then it’s coat will be turned into a brownish one. So blacks cats should not just be criticised because of their coat color…. Let us appreciate black cat today.


The juice running down through your hands.The cold juicy flavor on a warm hot day.What could it be?Well it’s kid’s-favorite popsicle also known as an creamsicle. Wow would you even imagine a popsicle day?No right, but yes 14th of August is a popsicle day. Today the ideal thing to do (you guessed it) is to eat a popsicle. Not necessary to buy but you can even make it at home. Here are the steps to make an orange-flavored popsicle. Ingredients:
2 cups of Orange juice                                            
Sugar 1/4 cup or more
Water 1/4 cup
Lemon juice 1 to 2 tablespoon Method:
Take sugar and water in a pan and boil till the sugar is melted.Set aside to cool down.Now take all ingredients in a bowl and mix them well. Pour it over the popsicle stick and freeze overnight. And that’s it… ready to eat  Fun facts:
1. It was first made by Frank Epperson in 1905, this industrious, and inventive 11 year old experimented with putting fruit juice around vanilla ice cre…


Wow !!! I cannot really believe that I have started writing blogs.I have always wondered, kids of my age, do so many wonders. Some become authors,some scientists,and a lot more.Even I wanted to do something extraordinary. So,I had started writing a book but sadly could not finish it.(it’s still lying incomplete in my tab). The pioneer of this journey was my mom. She came up with the idea to start writing blogs.She had a new concept which was to put days of the year since each day marks a special event we used to write about that event.

I spent few days thinking doing research and I thought it might be a good idea.So I gave it a try.I wrote my first blog and I was really happy. Got good comments which inspired me for the second blog and then I decided to write few lines everyday.

In my second blog on lions day I got one comment as ” I have seen lions very closely both in person and in Tv”.Even I wanted to see lions in person.Surprisingly, the next day my dad came up to know about a nearb…


                           Today, August 10, is the day we should all appreciate this magnificent creature.Arguably,one of the most widely recognised animal in human culture, the lion has been  depicted in sculptures and paintings, on national flags, and in films and literature. This day's main purpose is to raise awareness on  this creature. More than 1000 of lions were killed in 2017 due to human activities.
Do you know the price of 1 lion bone.Its more than 1 thousand dollars to say the least.A hundred years ago we think there were over a million lions. Today it is estimated that they are between 20,000 or 35,000 lions on this planet and only 2,000 lions left in the wild Kenya.
How to celebrate lions day? The best thing to do is to spread awareness.Kids can draw pictures of lions though it will not look like a real one.How about putting a lion's photo in FB or setting it as your display pic. Good ideas...aren't they ???
Fun facts: In 1758, Carll Linnaeus described the l…


August 9 is Book Lovers Day, an unofficial holiday that encourages people to pick up a book (or two) and spend the day reading. We often get confused between World Book Day but World Book Day is actually  an yearly event on April 23rd, organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), to promote reading, publishing and copyright. 
  Book lovers day is a day for all those who love to read, National Book Lovers Day encourages you to find your favorite reading place, a good book (whether it be fiction or non-fiction) and read the day away.You can go to your local library and read an old favorite or get a new bookshelf or a new book. Those all are good ideas.
These types of days help us enjoy a little and have fun.Very few people now a days spend hours reading on a book.Yes people do read books but that time is now usually absorbed by electronics.
Let us take a step in history and how books have evolved.Here are some interesting facts:
1.The very …