I love reading about the Battles of Panipat, about Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj’s victories and the great Indian freedom struggle. I always in search of books that tell me more about these great people, especially their childhood.
There is the story of how Gandhiji refused to copy the word he had mis-spelt.
Although it requires a lot of memory work but I never have any difficulty.
While science is simple to me, some of my friends finds it difficult.
Later on she start teaching me Mathematics, she taught me to play with maths and really I enjoyed a lot, from that day Maths became my favourite subject. Now I also teach those friends who really fear to Maths.
They have set a mentality of that maths subject is very difficult and it has hell lot of formula to remember.Other subject like mathematics has many formulae and every step in solving problem is done logically.Remembering the formulas and other facts is hard work compared to the ease and simplicity of science.Or the one about how tilak, in the school he had not thrown peanut shells on the floor.Or the one of how Vallabhbhai Patel took a hot iron to burn a boil under his armpit.They often get stuck and give up, so I try to help them out.The one advantage that I have in being good in science I study regularly and do my homework on time.He explained to me the events and incidents given in the textbooks as if they were all interesting stories.I did very well in history as in the next examination.Nowadays I search for good English Novel to read and improve my language.Really English subject is an easy subject, if you have interest in reading and improving.