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Jindalites from Classes VI-VIII headed to explore the pristine beauty of Nainital from 19th– 23rd March with the staff in charge, Ms Suman Arora, Ms Suman Poonia, Ms Pinky, Ms Erina Mehta, Ms Mini, Mr Sandeep Kshatriya, Mr Biswanath, and Mr Rakesh Sharma. The invigorating three-day halt at Jim Corbett National Park offered the curious minds a platter of spiritual, educational, and adventurous enrichment as they visited the ancient temples of   Hanuman Dham and Garjia, Dhangarhi Museum,  skirred the wildlife with Jeep Safari and grooved with nature on the banks of Kosi River. The drop-in at Naina Devi Temple and Naini Lake, Nainital Zoo and shopping at Tibetan Market left an indelible mark on Jindalites, as the girls were swayed by the multifaceted experiences at Nainital and made some unforgettable memories to be cherished for a lifetime. The scenic beauty of Bhalugad Waterfall, Chauli ki Jaali, and Mahadev Temple at Mukteshwer and the lake tour to Sattal, Bhimtal Lake, and Naukichiatal fostered a sense of responsibility towards conserving nature as well as the rich heritage of India. Dotted with delectable food, music, and camaraderie, the excursion renewed appreciation for the natural world and the importance of sustainable tourism among girls and inspired them to become responsible stewards and advocates of the environment for preserving the beauty of Mother Nature for generations to come.

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