The White Face

In the midnight,

Along with the moonlight,

I was walking down the street with fear,

As I thought an evil would eat me up and tear,

With sweat of fear on my face,

I passed every pace,

With the nights getting darker,

My thoughts getting scarier,

Then something made me stop,

I thought it was nothing but a cop,

But I was absolutely wrong,

For it was a woman who was tall,

She hid her face and I only saw her hair,

And her hands were really fair,

She then started walking down,

And I followed her down into the peaceful town,

But after sometime she turned left into the forest,

And then I realized I was lost and I got tensed,

She then started running,

Perhaps she saw me and thought I was cunning

But she could not run and fell down while the race,

And I could see just a paper white face,

It had no eyes,nose or lips,

Still I could hear her giving me tips,

She gave a scary smile as if she had a mouth,

I could not bear the fear and gave a loud shout,

She then got up and came near,

I was all sweating with fear,

And suddenly she made a wrinkled white face,

And disappeared without any trace,

I could do nothing but only stare,

As I watched her vanish in the thick air.

By: Anushka Das

Magic & Science as Far as we Understand

Magic as many may understand, can be something that science doesn’t understand yet, or magic represents an essential mystery that can’t be rationally understood. Whereas science, has always been regarded as the study that provides a proof for what has been witnessed, observed and concluded. It is real as all of us will agree. But what if we try to understand magic more than in its preternatural sense? Will it open new doors to how we look at it? Will we start understanding that science and magic may not be antagonist words after all?

In his fourth novel-Cat’s Cradle,  the famous american writer quotes that, Science is magic that works. Unknown to many this five worded statement holds a deeper meaning of science and magic.

In grades 6th and 7th, we have been constructing 60 degree angles and perpendicular bisects but little had we known that these aren’t just mere constructions but constructions with proof. Maybe likewise the paranormal activities collectively called magic is the point of time that kindles the idea of something. And that something over time has been reasoned and understood by organisms of high intellectual capacity, thus then being known as science. This is what Thor explains when he says, You’re ancestors called it magic, and you call it science. Well,  I come from a place where they are the same thing.

The point of understanding what magic is today, is to understand the science of tomorrow.

Many of us, fascinated by science may not believe in magic but it is essential to realise that magic is what, that has given birth to science.

Isn’t it mystical that king Raivata, along with his daughter Revathi went to a different world to meet Brahma, the creator and on their return they find that several thousand years have passed on earth whereas they just spent a day there??

but it’s today’s science!! Einsteins theory of relativity is based on nonlinear time dilation and its relation to speed of light and movement in space. The recent megahit movie: Interstellar, brought this concept to limelight, didn’t it?

During the great war of the Mahabharata, Sanjaya – the charioteer was given the power to view the happenings of the battlefield and narrate them to the blind king Dhritarashtra. hasn’t since made it possible to watch an event live,  from the other side of the world? It’s no more a miracle today,  when we have the game changer television. Interestingly television is said to come from Greek, telephone meaning- far off or at a distance.

As defined in the Oxford dictionary,  magic isn’t the power of apparently influencing events by using mysterious or supernatural forces. Nor is it something way different from science. Magic is the origin of Science. But, if magic is the origin of Science, then why is it referred as the failed science?

When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible,he is certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is probably wrong- Arthur C. Clarks  first law.

By: Gayatri Rout

My School

There are three main ingredients to success: intelligence, creativity and confidence. If you have all three you can rule the world.These are the words that rightly summarise my school.The vision of a great man gave us a school which has catered to our every need and upheld to our highest expectations.This great man with the vision to create a school of dreams is non other than our chairman Sir Bijoy Kumar Sahoo  and his school of dreams is our Sai International. With the enlightenment of our beloved chairman sir our school has achieved high goals in it’s small lifespan. Being only nine years old our school has successfully written a significant page of its own, in the history of prestigious schools.As a student i feel really proud to belong to school like SAI International where everyone is not just a colleague or classmate,teacher or student but everyone is tied together in a bond of love and humanity which makes us all one big family.From the infrastructure to the academics our school has always believed in maintaining the highest standards.Having excellent teaching and support faculty our school has truly succeeded in making students of all age groups and from different backgrounds to feel loved and cared for.The teachers interact not only on an academic level but they also interact on an emotional level supporting each other which truely upholds the principles of guru shishya parampara of the ancient ages. We the SAIoneers believe in either being the best or different from the rest which encourages us to strive harder with every passing day which leads to us achieving extraordinary heights.In it’s very short lifespan of only 9 years our school has proven to the world that if you want to something with all your heart and tirelessly work hard to achieve it nothing can stop you by becoming India’s 5th best school.Excelling in co-curricular activities our school has proven its mettle by winning competitions in and around India.This school has brought out the best in people and provided a platform for many talented but  undiscovered geniuses with events like Unwind. I feel proud to belong to such a loving family. SAI International is a school which brings out your potential at the fullest and encourages you to move up the path of success.It teaches you to never let go of your dreams and always keep on believing that you can do it no matter how hard the times tell you that you can’t.

By: Shreya Rath


Looking for Best CBSE schools in India

Choosing the right school for your little ones is no child’s play. It can be a nerve-wracking experience, especially when it is the future of your child that is at stake. The onerous task of filling forms, rounds of interviews and admission tests can be quite upsetting. But at the end of the day, if your child gets admission in one of the best CBSE schools in India, the entire process becomes worthwhile. There are hundreds of things you need to consider before taking the final decision.

Here are some important points you should keep in mind while looking for the best CBSE schools in India.

  • The top CBSE schools in India ensure the well-rounded development of your kid. The child-centric approach towards teaching and the focus on extra-curricular activities facilitate children with every possible opportunity to choose their passion and move forward with it.
  • A superior infrastructure and an innovative curriculum are essential parts of a CBSE school which play a crucial role in the overall development of the children. The availability of international schools allows children to gain in-depth exposure of varied cultures and societies.
  • A child, less burdened, gets more opportunity to create and conquer his world. CBSE offers a lot of flexibility to the students to pursue their field of interest. These schools believe in imparting educations through activities as well as through books.
  • CBSE board being the National Board of our Country, the educational material and the teaching methodology is beneficial to those who wish to pursue higher education in National or International Institutions.
  • The CBSE schools in Bhubaneswar regularly arranges educational field trips, leadership camps, interactive sessions, student exchange programmes, global immersion programmes, connecting classroom programmes and many more, for the overall development of the students. It helps them grasp the outer world by coming out of their academic bubble. This helps them to prepare for the real world in a better way.

CBSE board has been gaining popularity over other boards in India, mainly because of its versatility and a better understanding of the student’s mind. Regular teachers training in essential development help them to be more creative and passionate while imparting knowledge.

The plethora of follow up activities and a syllabus, oriented to provide as much knowledge possible, help them learn with a minimal workload. The skill-based curriculum teaches the children the importance of acquiring diverse skills and talents.  Choosing one of the top CBSE schools in India will be the best decision you make for your child’s bright and successful future.

Global Warming

One of the greatest environmental problems in our time we are facing is global warming. Many researchers believe that excessive emissions of carbon dioxide, as well as other greenhouse gases have a heating impact on the environment and that is very harmful to human existence. Many problems might result from global warming and one of the utmost problem is increasing sea level, This could lead to the flooding of lower lying coastal areas and also cities. Some countries might ever , vanish completely in near future.Global warming also changes the weather patterns. Many areas of the earth are experiencing severe weather condition, drought,Floods and other uncommon weather conditions. Carbon dioxide is major constituent of the environment . It is causing a warming effect on the earth’s surface area . It increases the evaporation of water into the atmosphere.for example- co2,sulphur,CFCs and methane are also responsible for global warming is a serious problem, we have to take proper initiatives to save this Mother Earth.

Name: Isha Raju

A Show by the Mask Club

A spectacular skit was staged by the members of the Mask Club in the Indraprastha Auditorium during the assembly. The script titled ‘Chimta’ (Hindi Version) is a story well documented & written by Munshi Premchand which depicts the much deserved respect & love of a boy named Hamid for his old & frail grandmother, which seems humane.
The students played their respective characters extremely well, they articulated beautifully & did justice to their characters which moved many to tears. The play was ably supported and complemented well by lighting, sounds, props, make- up & costumes. The creative instincts & the stellar performances of the SAIoneers were much acclaimed & applauded by the audience.
At SAI the students are given ample opportunities to showcase their creative talents. Through theatre training the children imbibe the life skills which help them to adapt themselves better to the changing environment in a prudent manner.

Lark – The Mother

I saw a little lark

Sitting on a tree bark

Chirping a song of peace

Singing only for its babies

Swinging its wing and soaring up

To teach its baby, how to fly up

Oh! It is just like my mother

Who also teaches me how to nurture,

The world through peace and love

As we are all God’s dove

So, let’s spread the message of peace

Like a mother to all its babies

Remember both the lark and our mother

Who are always with us forever


By: Tushar Patnaik
Class – VI


The  petals shine

All arranged  in a line

Glory of the flower

Always become mine,

The long stalk

To whom-  I  always talk,

That’s   a bit  -Oh ! too long

Even  it  likes to sing a song ,

When the Dandelion showers

It turns in to the lovely flowers,

The Sun flowers are graceful

But the Raffelesia  are  like gigantic towers,

Up above the leaves of the tree

They are always free

What about the  flowers ?

You know that they are  always  up to hilarity,

All flowers act as lozenge to my eye

My eyes flash with joy

I can never forget the beauty

Even if I’m busy with my duty.


Suneha Parida

Class – VI

My School

We come on time to study,
And try to make a buddy.
We form our own understanding,
Just for listening a few outstanding!
I wanted to learn what a school is,
And when I joined I knew what it is.
It is a place of complete learning,
A place the teacher gives their teaching!
In our school ,we have got swimming pools,
But we need to follow the rules.
We play many games like football,
But we ought not to blow away the ball!
It is my home, sweet home,
A place my fantasy is run over with gnomes.
It feels like I miss it a lot,
The time when I take vacations a lot!
My sweet big school,
Sai International School.
A complete time of fun,
A place where we are never too busy to run!


Name: Anubhab Mishra
Class – VIII


Girls are the best

Girls are the best,

Different from the rest,

Girls have power,

They empower.

Girls are fine,

Like gold they shine,

They look cute,

When they wear boots.

Girls go to college,

Gain lot of knowledge,

Girls teach the right things to other,

And make them move in their life further.

Girls can do everything,

Impossible for them is nothing,

Girls are blessed,

They give the world a raise.


Anushka Das
Class – V