My Blogging Experience till now

Hey Everyone! I hope you all are great.

So, in this post I will be sharing my Blogging Experience till now with you all.

Blogging is easy, yet challenging. This is the case with me.

As you know, I am a new blogger. I joined the blogging world in March. I thought it would be very easy, but I now realise I was mistaken 😅. I try to write good posts, but still I don’t get any traffic. But, I hope I will get more followers and viewers in the future.

As a child blogger, I have my own problems, like studying, school competitions, less time, etc. But still I do find time to blog. 👍🏻

Overall, my experience is neutral. Neither good, nor bad.


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Thanks

Srishti Purohit

Happy World Tourism Day

Hey Everybody! Happy World Tourism Day!

Since 1980, the United Nations World Tourism Organization has celebrated World Tourism Day as international observances on September 27. This date was chosen as on that day in 1970, the Statutes of the UNWTO were adopted. The adoption of these Statutes is considered a milestone in global tourism. The purpose of this day is to raise awareness on the role of tourism within the international community and to demonstrate how it affects social, cultural, political and economic values worldwide. The theme of the day was “sustainable tourism”, in 2017. In 2018 the theme was “Tourism and the Digital Transformation”. In 2019 the theme was “Tourism and Jobs: a better future for all” and in 2020 the theme was: “Tourism and Rural Development”. The 2021 theme is “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”.

At its Twelfth Session in Istanbul, Turkey, in October 1997, the UNWTO General Assembly decided to designate a host country each year to act as the Organization’s partner in the celebration of World Tourism Day. At its Fifteenth Session in Beijing, China, in October 2003, the Assembly decided the following geographic order to be followed for World Tourism Day celebrations: 2006 in Europe; 2007 in South Asia; 2008 in the Americas; 2009 in Africa and 2011 in the Middle East.

The late Ignatius Amaduwa Atigbi, a Nigerian national, was the one who proposed the idea of marking September 27 of every year as World Tourism Day. He was finally recognized for his contribution in 2009. The colour of World Tourism Day is Blue.

As you all know, we can’t travel freely because of the coronavirus pandemic. So, you can explore places at home, with the help of Google Earth. Have Fun! Travel Virtually!

Thanks

Srishti Purohit ✈😎

10 HELPFUL TRAVEL TIPS

Hey! Here are some travel tips. Hope they will be helpful.

1. EAT THE LOCAL FOOD

2. PLAN AS LITTLE AS POSSIBLE

3. TRAVEL INSURANCE IS EVERYTHING

4. CARRY AROUND SPARE PASSPORT PHOTOS

5. KEEP EVERYTHING IMPORTANT IN YOUR DAYPACK

6. WEAR SUNSCREEN EVERY DAY

7. TAKE MORE PHOTOS OF YOURSELF

8. LEARN A FEW WORDS OF THE LANGUAGE IN EVERY COUNTRY YOU VISIT

9. BRING EAR PLUGS AND A SLEEP MASK

10. DON’T BE PUT OFF A DESTINATION IF YOU CAN’T FIND MUCH INFORMATION ABOUT IT

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY

“ab bhi jiska khoon na khaula, khoon nahi voh paani hain .jo desh ke kaam naa aaye vo bekaar jawani hain ” this dialogue from ‘Rang De Basanti’ give goosebumps to listeners but it suits those fighters who sacrificed their lives for us. Exactly 74 years ago i.e. 15th August 1947, our country got freedom from British rule. Freedom fighters like Bhagat Singh, Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Laxmi Bai, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, and the list goes on.

Bhagat Singh: 22 years boy who left his family, perfect job and decided to become a freedom fighter along with his friends Rajguru and Sukhdev.

Mahatma Gandhi: left his perfect household life and started Satyagraha Movement, Dandi March.

Rani Laxmi Bai: “Khubh Ladi Mardaani thi voh Jhansi wali Rani thi voh” who fought with Britisher carrying her son on her back till her last breath.

Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel: Known as ‘Iron Man of India’ made India a united country and help the traders, people by dividing parts of the country into different states.

Every year Red Fort is ornamented with flowers along with its podium, stairs, marching ground, and seats for guests are arranged. Prime Minister hoist National Flag with National Anthem “Janna Ganna Manna” and address the nation by sharing the achievements done by the government via different schemes, acts in previous years and also promises to make his country number one in the whole world. After the speech, 21 gunshots are fired in honour by remembering freedom fighters. Armed Forces (Indian Air Force, Indian Navy, and Indian Army), Motorcycle troops, and the parade is conducted on Red Fort where they salute National Flag. At last, Prime Minister greets students, teachers who attend the function by letting go of balloons in the air. At the same time, CM’s of states hoist National Flag and attend parades prepared by the people and appreciate them. Many government and non-government institutions also hoist flags in their offices. Schools, colleges decorate their classrooms, halls with drawings of freedom fighters, writing poems, decorating walls with balloons and art. Students also prepare parades, dance performances, choruses and speeches. Not only in India but also in foreign countries Indians celebrate the day by distributing sweets and by singing National Anthem. On borders, soldiers also hoist National Flag then sing and dance patriotic songs. They feel proud because citizens trust them and easily sleeps at home. Even today also, we have many soldiers who leave their luxurious life to protect our nation and us. For sake of their country, they decide to join the army whether it’s Armed Forces, Navy, BSF, Commandos or Para-armed forces. Without informing their loved one’s they go to missions with no idea that whether they will come back alive or wrapped in National Flag. Many wars took place whether it was the Kargil War, India- China War, violating the rules of the Line of Control (LOC), URI attacks, Pulwama attack but every time our forces prove their enemy that now they are not going to compromise or give any type of mercy. I salute them all!

Jai Hind! Bharat Mata ki Jai!

Places Visited in India

I live in India and have visited many places here(Most in Rajasthan because I am from there), though I have not gone abroad till now, planning to go soon. So first let me list down some places I visited in India.

  • Taj Mahal
  • Ranthambore National Park
  • Kumbhalgarh Fort
  • Udaipur
  • And many more…..

Wait for the next blog to find about a place in detail.

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Introduction

Hi, this is my first blog post!!

I want to be a writer and do something which I had never done before. I really feel that this is a good time for kids, as they are getting more opportunities to express themselves and follow their passion. So I have started this blog.

In this blog, I will be sharing my trips and my memories of that place. Sometimes I will write about other things too.

I hope you will like my post and please like and follow my blog.

Thanks a lot

Srishti Purohit 🙂🙂