यंग भास्कर
Home >> Magazine >> Young Bhaskar
  • Outbound Adventure
    This Mumbai-based camp is purely an adventure destination. Children camp out in the forests, enjoy and learn archery, bird watching, rafting, trekking, rappelling and more. It also conducts international trekking camps. Youreka Youreka has been organising adventure camps for over two decades. If you have adventurous bones, then you should indulge in their camps at least once. It will be an unforgettable experience. Frolic Boonies Bangalore-based Frolic Boonies is a mix of...
    12:00 AM
  • My Summer Bucket
    Summer is here and theres no reason to get bored. So be creative with our ideas to keep boredom at bay, and make the best of this summer vacation with Ayushi Mathur! Create art from things collected on a nature hike You must have already planned your trip with your friends. How about making it different this time. Collect interesting things on your way like a beautiful dried yellow leaf, unique flowers, shells etc. Make a beautiful piece of art from them. Sleep in a tent in...
    12:00 AM
  • Be Packed For Fun
    Get ready with some must have travel gears, that every teenager ready to travel this summer must have, says Shehla Faaiz... Pack Your Backpack To carry everything on your own is the best feeling. So get your backpack and arrange it. The packing itself gives a feeling of solid adventurous days ahead. International Travel Adapter All countries do not use the same plugs or voltage. The same adapter would not work everywhere, so carry an international adapter with you to manage...
    12:00 AM
  • The Stationery Guide
    The pencil box you carry daily to school, has a lot to inspire you everyday. It happens to be a storehouse of motivation. So open the wonder box and grab the most you can, says Ayushi Mathur!!! ERASER This white rectangular object that you popularly say rubber, helps you from making mistakes. It inspires us to erase out all the negative things from our life, and make it all positive. SHARPENER This colourful and vibrant object sharpens your pencils, so why not sharpen your...
    April 15, 12:00 AM
  • The Nocturnal Beauties
    Nature is Gods best gift to mankind. And when the sun sets, the most beautiful nocturnal (night blooming) flowers start blooming. These mesmerizing flowers will leave you awstruck. Evening Primrose As the name suggests, Evening Primrose blooms at night. It is medically famous, as its seeds, leaves, oil of the seeds and roots are used in medicines. It grows between 3-5 feet tall. Moon flowers They are named Moon flowers, because they bloom only on moonlight. They only last...
    April 15, 12:00 AM
  • Be a Hoax Today
    As we celebrate April fools day today (April 1), Shehla Faaiz presents some good humoured tricks you can play on family and friends. Happy Hoaxing!! Jello like juice! Pour your favourite flavour of Jello into drinking glasses and insert a straw in each glass. Keep it in fridge to set. And then serve it to your guests, to fool them. The set jello wont be of any use, and you will have a good time witnessing the fun. Toilet Surprise Print/draw out a big size face, this can be...
    April 1, 09:27 AM
  • Here The World
    Animals vary widely in their hearing ability and range. Nature has taken great care that each species should use its hearing power to the fullest. Explore more about the ears of the animal kingdom. Why Different Ears Each animal group is adapted to their specific environment and needs, and so they have different shaped ears. Dolphin Without Ears Dolphins are famous for their hearing ability. But do you know, they have no ears. Instead, they rely on external ear drums...
    April 1, 09:25 AM
  • Explore The  Unexplored
    After living for nearly a year on the International Space Station (ISS), NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has returned home on 2nd March. As he readjusts to life on Earth, Ayushi Mathur explores his record-breaking trip. You know, Kelly also bids goodbye to his space career on April 1 (no fooling!). Vision The reason for his groundbreaking mission was to study the changes that the human body undergoes on space flight. Mikhail Kornienko, a Russian astronaunt was also a part of the year-long...
    April 1, 09:23 AM
  • Journey Of Social Media
    The birth of social media did not happen overnight. It took years for it to acquire the form we are using and enjoying today. Shehla Faaiz rewinds the last decade of its journey. What is social media? Social media is the future of communication. This popular form of media makes the transfer of text, photos, audio, video and general information very easy among internet users. Social media is important for buisness as well. March 2005: Videos for the people by the people...
    March 18, 12:00 AM
  • The Summer Wings
    You know, many birds migrate to India to spend the summers. Meet the winged beauties, who are here to make a summer sojourn. When do they start the journey? Migrating birds start their journey, when they feel that they have put on enough fat to provide them energy throughout the journey. Most of these birds have the tendency to move in flocks while migrating. When the flock, which has to fly together, has gathered, the birds keep on feeding till the weather conditions become...
    March 18, 12:00 AM
  • Save Water, Save Life
    We never know the worth of water, till the well is dry. This is the time to realise that water is essential for everything in life. And this is the reason behind United Nations (UN) declaring 22 March as World Water Day. This years theme The theme of this years World Water Day (WWD) is Water Jobs. It focuses on how quantity and quality of water can change workers lives and livelihoods and even transform societies and economies overall. Why a day for water? The first World...
    March 18, 12:00 AM
  • Emerging Stars To Look For in 2016 !
    The year 2015 gave us many reasons to cheer for. And some of them came from the sports field. So, here is a look at the sports stars that really did a great job and are expected to scale the Indian flag to new heights with their commendable feats. S. Chikkarangappa, Golf This golf player from Bengaluru, lifted his first Rolex Player of the Year title last year. There is much to look for in him. Cricketer Rahul Dravid is his inspiration. Sarfaraz Khan, Cricket The latest...
    March 4, 01:09 PM
  • Asteroid Buzz
    According to the NASA scientists, an asteroid 2013 TX68 will cross the earth on March 5th. Here is all you should know about these celestial bodies, by Shehla Faaiz. What Are Asteroids? An asteroid is a large rock in outer space. They can be very large, while others are as small as a grain of sand. Astronomers, group asteroids into different categories based on the way they reflect sunlight. Difference BetweenAsteroid Meteoroid Asteroid is a large rocky body in space, in...
    March 4, 01:07 PM
  • It’s A Leap Year !
    you know, you will be going for an extra day to school this Feb, because its a leap year. Why leap? Most years have 365 days, but a leap year has 366 days. The extra day in the year is added onto the end of the shortest month, that is February. So in a leap year, February has 29 days, instead of the usual 28 days. Why Do We Have Leap Years? A full year is the time, the Earth takes to orbit around the Sun once. The Earth takes 365 1/4 days to take one orbit. The 1/4 day when...
    February 19, 12:00 AM
  • There Is Much In A Name
    Opposite to the famous Shakespearean saying- Whats in a name? There is so much that goes behind the naming of a car. Have a good read on car names, by Shehla Faaiz. The idea to do this story The unfortunate emergence of the deadly spreading virus ZIKA, has really given tough time to Tata Motor Company. As they were about to launch their latest Tata-ZICA car in the recently concluded Delhi Auto Expo. And from here, we got the idea to work on the story of naming the cars....
    February 19, 12:00 AM
  • Freeze The Exam Fear
    Weve scoured our brains for the best study hacks, to help you cope with the exam fear. Ayushi Mathur presents an A-Z of exam fix for you, just to score better. A - Adequate Breaks Taking frequent breaks will improve your brains ability to understand and process better. Unnecessarily exhausting yourself will not help you out. B - Become A Teacher On completion of a topic make a habit of teaching the same topic to your friend. This will improve your concepts and will help...
    February 5, 12:00 AM
  • 26 January India’s 67th Republic Day Highlights
    The Indian Armys motorcycle stunt team Daredevils did a perfect balancing act. This team has 4 world records 8 records in the Limca Book of Records in its credit. 1- The tableau from Maharashtra, depicted Songi Mukhota dance. It is an integral part at the time of Chaitra Purnima. 2- The Digital India Tableau. 3- Tableau from Gujarat, depicting the Gir Asiatic Lion Sanctuary.
    February 5, 12:00 AM
  • Must Watch Animal Movies
    There are some iconic movies, that the animal lovers must watch. They will make you laugh and cry at the same time. Madagascar It is about some animals living in a zoo, thats celebrating its 10th anniversary. These animals want to get out of the zoo and they somehow manage it. Their journey after escaping the zoo is simply superb. War Horse This Steven Spielbergs (Jurassic Park fame) film is about a lovable horse who goes on an unforgettable journey. It is a war based movie...
    January 22, 01:08 PM
  • First of the Republic Day
    There are various interesting firsts connected to the 1st Indian Republic Day. Lets know them ahead of the 66th R-Day celebrations, says Shehla Faaiz. Our Republic Day 26 January is celebrated as Republic Day, this is the day when the Constitution of India came into force. First copy of the Constitution The Constitution was adopted on 26th Jan 1950, it declared India as a republic. The first copy of the constitution was not printed, but handwritten and calligraphed in Hindi...
    January 22, 01:06 PM
  • Superlatives Of The Flutter World
    The world of fluttery birds is full of extremes. Right from the smallest nest, largest bill, fastest bird and the deepest diving bird Fastest Swimming Bird Gentoo Penguin found on the Antarctic Islands can swim 40 kms/hour. They are super divers and can dive deep at 655 feets. Bird with longest bills The bill of the Australian Pelican is 13-18.5 inches long. It has been recorded as having the longest bill of any living bird. Kiwi- Nostrils on tip of Beak The Kiwi is...
    January 8, 01:00 PM