"Dream, Dream, Dream! Conduct these dreams into thoughts and then transform them into action."
- Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

  • Parattu Raveendran Sreejesh is an extremely talented Indian field hockey player and plays as a goalkeeper for the Indian national team.
He has steered India to many victories and has been adjudged


  • Kohima is a picturesque city scattered across a series of forested ridges and hilltops and considered one of the best hill stations in the world.
Perched at an altitude of 1500 metres above sea level, Kohima, the capital of Nagaland is even today ruled by the warriors of Naga tribe .
Kohima War Cemetry, Khonoma Green Village, Shilloi Lake and  Kohima Museum are some of the major attractions of this wonderful city.


  • The Cheraman Juma Mosque is the first and oldest mosque in India. It was built by Malik Deenar, an Arab propagator of Islam in 629 AD.
Situated in the Thrissur district of Kerala, it is attended even by non-Muslims to conduct initiation ceremonies for children.
The mosque has a thousand years old ancient oil lamp which always burns. People of all religions bring oil for the lamp as an offering.


  • The Motisons Tower is a unique masterpiece that appeals during daytime and later becomes a spectacular night show with special colour changing glass. 
It is a jewellery shop which is shaped like a lotus with the colour of each leaf being independently controlled.
LED veins are stuck to the glass surface and are controlled by a central computer to achieve various “crackling effects”.Owners can also control the same with their mobile.


  • Baz Bahadur Palace is one of the prominent tourist attraction of Madhya Pradesh with the palace situated on a hill with scenic surroundings.
It derives its name from ruler Baz Bahadur and is an interesting blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture.
The palace has an octagonal pavilion with arches that overlooks a garden area. There is also an open court with a beautiful fountain in the middle.


  • Kite making is an important traditional craft of Ahmedabad which is in full swing during the time of Uttarayan when colourful kites adorn the sky.
Kites are made in different sizes with various designs, shapes and patterns so that they look more attractive. Some kites carry socially relevant messages.
Many families in Ahmedabad are involved in making kites and set up small shops in their home itself which attract innumerable buyers in the festive season


  • People from different countries participated in the International Kite Festival at Ahmedabad. The week-long festival is held on the occasion of Uttarayan since 1989. For the entire week during the festival ‘Patang Bazar’ in the old city market stays open 24 hours a day. 
Millions of people participate in the festival where the kite flying starts as early as 5 in the morning and continues till night. You get to see different types of innovative kites from across the world and experience the skills of national and international ace kite flyers.


  • Chintakindi Mallesham is the inventor of the  ‘Asu machine’ which revolutionized the productivity of handloom weavers.
It substantially reduced the time and labour to make a Pochampally silk sari and helped weavers to increase production and earn more. 
Without any knowledge of electrical and mechanical engineering, he painstakingly created this machine for which he was awarded the Padma Shree.