Friday, June 22, 2012

A Moonlit Night


A moonlit night is one of the beautiful phenomena of nature. It occurs when the moon rises in the sky. It is very romantic to both male and female. The moon may be crescent or full, but it is beautiful in both forms. We count six seasons in a year. In each season we see the moon for two fortnights with a break in between. But the moon in Autumn appears in its best. In Autumn the sky remain quite clear. So, the silvery light over floods every thing. The autumnal moon beams its silvery light. The moon is gloss like a piece of glass. The full moon looks like a silvery plate. It looks beautiful in the blue autumnal sky. The sky in Autumn is clear. Here and there a few patches of white clouds float swiftly. The moon plays hide-and-seek with these bulging pieces of clouds. It is very pleasant to look at the sky at the time and to hear the night-birds play their sweet notes in the moonlit sky. The earth seems to be washed with moon-light. The moon reflects on the ponds and tanks. The blue water in them looks glossy. The lilies bloom in them. Little children sit round their grandmamma to hear the fairy tales or the tales about the wizards. Sometimes they play hide and seek together and have fun themselves. A moon light nigh is very romantic to the newly married couple and who where in love. The poet of all language praised highly. A moonlit night is nature's sweetest offer to mankind. It has a lasting effect the human minds. Even the grand old ladies remember their green youth when they sit alone in the moonlit night.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

A Winter Morning

A winter morning is misty and cold. There is dense fog everywhere. Everything looks hazy. Sometimes the fog is so dense that the sun rays can not get through it. Even things at a little distance can hardly be seen. The tall trees are covered with fog and they cannot be made out. Dew- drops fall at night. When the morning sun peeps they look like glittering gold on grass and plants. The birds feel happy to see the rays of the sun. The cow and other animals can not come out. But it is not so in every morning. Farmers go to the field with ‘hooka’ in their hands.  Village children and the poor people gather straw and make fires to warm themselves. The old people and the poor people bask in the sun. People in general and children get up late. In a winter morning housewives make delicious and sweet cakes, pies of date juice and many other things. The scene of the winter morning vanishes as the day advances. The sun goes up and the fog melts. A winter morning is enjoyable in many respects.

Mobile Phone

Mobile phone is a phone that works without any wire. It is an important medium of communication which helps inter-communication with the people in the shortest possible time. It is transportable in any place. The use of mobile phone is more convenient than that of land phone. The man who sends the message will have to pay the bill but the receiver can respond to the message free of cost. Specially, businessman and the service holders are much benefited through the use of mobile phone. It is useful for the doctors, businessmen and high officials. But it is also useful for the people who are shopping and supplying valuable information sitting in their houses. Sometimes the criminals use this phone to maintain their secrecy. In spite of some such there is no better alternative to mobile phone in communicating with people at home and abroad.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

How to Behave With Friends


We are social being so we have friends. In or to maintain our friendship, we should know how to behave with our friends. Firstly, should be sincere in what we say to our friends. We must not quarrel with them. Then we should help our friends in all respects. Next, we should invite our friends to our house and should also visit their houses from time to time. After that, we should stand by our friends in their weal and woe. We should respect our friends’ parents and love their brothers and sisters. Finally, we must be very careful in choosing friends. We must always remember them. Our behavior may guide our friends to the correct path.

The Life of Mongolians


For 3 000 years, the people of the steppes have adopted a pastoral way of life moving in the search of best pastures and campsites. They live by and for their livestock, in the forefront of which the horse undoubtedly was the first animal domesticated in these infinite meadows. Half of the total population of the Mongolia is nomad. They wonder about the vast, borderless plains with their livestock e.g. sheep, goat. Nomads move to the capital city being compelled by the necessity to search for means of subsistence or attracted by city lights and perceived advantages of urban life.  The number of nomads has significantly decreased over the last years. Nomadic life thrives in summer and survives in winter. Considering climatic conditions, especially during winter, such lifestyle may seem to the outside world to be a very hard way of living.

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