School Chalain Hum

Education nurtures human mind. There is no end to how much we study. We can study our lives and yet we will only know a fraction.

Srinivas Ramanujam one of the greatest mathematician the world has ever known once said, ” We don’t invent, we just discover things are already out there”.

Not all get the chance to study, and there can be numerous reasons- economical, social, accessibility. But, once you get an opportunity, grabbing with both hands and not let go is something to always learn and here is an example.

School Chalain Hum” translation “We are Going School“.

This is a School in Gushaini Village, (Himachal Pradesh, India) located at an altitude of  1500m or 4900 feet approximately.

So, what’s with this school?

School Kids Coming Down from Mountains, walking through a trail from the forests
That’s Something Worth giving a standing ovation.

And mind it, it not easy coming down on foot, from a rocky, unpaved terrain.
And There is Both Ascending & Descending the Mountain.

And Then After coming down the Mountains

Cute, isn’t it?, The Innocent Looks

I want to go down and play

And Smiles, While Studying

The girl in pink, doing a Namastey, a traditional Indian Way to greet someone and I was a stranger to these kids

There is someone studying seriously


The Victory Sign and Smiles. And Someone is not bothered, What concentration, seriously studying

Let’s us give a standing ovation to all these kids, who come walking from villages up in the mountains and these villages are as far as 8 kms from this school.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Reblogged this on forlivinglive and commented:

    Hat’s off and bow to these kids. Coming from high up in the mountains to study in the school.


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