A very special day for two reasons...

Updated: Aug 23, 2021

Today is a very special day! But this time, for two reasons.... First, any guesses? Yes! your'e right! Today is mother's day! and another very special day! Today is 25th Baisakh... Today is the birthday of Rabindranath Tagore! It is also known as Rabindra Jayanti... It is an amazing coincidence! Two special days that fall on the same day! I hope you wished mommy Happy mother's day and gave her a hug! I did! And hopefully, you have read a few of the stories and poems that Rabindranath Tagore wrote! So what are we waiting for? Let's dive into the sea of knowledge! Ha Ha!


A special day for our mothers...


As I told you, today, 9th May is Mother's day! But not only today, everyday should be Mother's Day! Our mothers work far too hard for us and when they grow old, it is up to us to take care of them as they once took care of us... They are the biggest source of love and care... So, we should really love and take care of our mother... Now, hopefully you want to hear/read a short poem on mother's love....


Mother's Love

Oh dear mother, you gave us birth,

you are the reason we came to earth...

You teach us love, you teach us kindness,

You teach us to try hard and do our best!

You are the bravest and from fears you don't hide,

No matter what, you are always by our side!


-Angira


So, how was it? Pretty cool, huh? I wrote this poem by myself... So, now you know Mother's Love and It is our duty to love her always and forever! Thank you...



 



 


So shall we move on to our next chapter? Oh, we shall! Come on! We aren't done swimming yet in the sea of knowledge!


A very special birthday of a famous personality...


Today is Mother's day, yes, but today is also a very special day! Today is 25th Baisakh... Today is the birthday of Rabindranath Tagore! It is also known as Rabindra Jayanti...


Rabindranath Tagore was born on 7th May 1861 in Kolkata. He was an Indian poet, writer, composer, philosopher and painter. He was the first Indian to have won the Nobel Prize! He had been awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913 for his collection Gitanjali which he wrote and translated it himself... It was published in London in 1912... He was a very famous personality who proved the world what a True Indian can do! We shall all remember him...



 



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