People indulge in fun and frolic on the day of Diwali. At the same time during night, fire-works and crackers are also let off.
The bright flames of the fire-work present an exquisite sight in the dark night. Everyone is well clad gay and mirthful some celebrate it in the most enthusiastic way some indulge in gambling according to gamblers, forms a part of Diwali festival.
Discipline, therefore, is a basic necessity of life. This surely helps in the progress of a school or a college. Discipline is necessary for social and national life. We should not hate discipline thinking that it puts some curbs on liberty. It is also a very good platform for teachers who want to share their valuable knowledge.
The proper growth of life is impossible if there is no discipline in it.
Apart from houses, public buildings and government officers are also lit up.
The scene of lights and illumination is very enchanting.
Remember that you need not be smarter than rest, you have to be more disciplined than rest.
At this juncture it is pertinent to quote the story of Guru Ramdass and Guru Arjun Dev, Story goes as under: -Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru had several disciples. His quality was, he devotedly kept himself busy with the duty assigned to him by his guru.
Life of animals is also a model of disciplined living. We need discipline both in the class-room and at the playground. A team or an army which is strongly disciplined is sure to achieve victory.
This ants move in straight lines with a single-minded attention; the bees work as a team ; the animals in the forest have their own organized way of life. The teachers should show proper respect to the Principal. At the playground, the player must obey the rules of the game. One should observe discipline even in small things of life. In short, discipline is the be-all and end-all of life. It gives all power to individuals, groups and nations. The main objective of this website is to provide quality study material to all students (from 1st to 12th class of any board) irrespective of their background as our motto is “Education for Everyone”.