Aditi S Nair and Raisa Gulati wrote the essays on the optimistic influence of COVID-19 on nature and the way the try of the lethal virus to destroy human beings was thwarted by lockdowns and vaccines, respectively.
Two Indian youngsters, Aditi S Nair and Raisa Gulati, have been awarded the senior and junior runners-up prizes on the oldest essay writing competitors on this planet, the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competitors 2021, for his or her essays on the coronavirus pandemic.
Gulati and Nair have not too long ago returned from London, the place they had been offered with the prizes by the Duchess of Cornwall. The essay competitors noticed over 25,000 entries, with the successful entry within the senior class by Kayla Bosire from Kenya, and the highest prize within the junior class being taken by Ethan Charles Mufuma from Uganda.
The prize for the competitors additionally included a week-long journey to London for all prize winners together with Gulati and Nair, together with a writing workshop, in addition to excursions of the Parliament, Westminster Abbey and Cambridge College.
Nair wrote her essay Prithavi Mata, on the optimistic influence of COVID-19 on nature. In accordance with the 15-year-old, her essay talks about how nature turned radiant because of the onset of the pandemic, however beginning wanting haggard because the coronavirus receded and human beings began interacting once more. Nair added the essay featured nature ending humanity thirty years later.
The New Delhi resident added that whereas she didn’t get an opportunity to talk with the Duchess of Cornwall, she did get a possibility to work together with the Speaker of the Home of Commons in London. It was Nair’s first journey to London, and the younger woman described the place as totally different from India, “however in a pleasant manner”. The 15-year-old is presently finding out within the Sanskrit College in Chanakyapuri.
Gulati, who was the runner-up within the junior class, wrote her essay Autobiography of Corona, wrote concerning the try of the lethal virus to destroy human beings was thwarted by lockdowns and vaccines.
The 14-year-old from Amritsar can also be an achieved equestrian and chess participant. A pupil of the Mayo School Ladies’ College in Ajmer, Gulati can also be adept taking part in the drums and tabla, in addition to sketching.