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SCOUTING

SCOUTING

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PRAVESH
SCOUTING IN INDIAScouting movement started in India right from 1909 but it was limited to English and Anglo-Indian childrenonly. Some Indians and English people started the troops for Indian Boys in 1913. But it was officially startedby Dr.Annie Besant assisted by Dr.G.S.Arundale in 1916 through Boy Scouts association in Madras. PanditMadan Mohan Malaviya, Pandit Hriday Nath Kunjaroo and Pandit Bahpeyi founded the Seva Samithi ScoutAssociation Allahabad in 1917.In the year 1921 Lord & Lady Baden Powell visited the Indian Scout movement and were satisfied with theactivities. However, they tried to bring together the different organizations working for the movement butthey did not succeed.In 1937 Lord and Lady B.P. again visited India. The National movement for freedom was intense in thosedays.B.P. attended the first Indian Jamboree at Delhi from February 1-7, 1937. In his address B.P. advisedthe scouts to do their best to make the country happy and prosperous by their good turns.
 Pt. Madan Mohan Dr. Annie Besant Pt. Hriday Nath Kunjaroo Shree Ram BajpeyiMalaviyaScouting is a Movement, not an Organization" said Lord Baden Powell.
Lord Baden Powell, the founder of the Scout Movement has emphasized the fact that Scouting is a Movement,which moves along with times and progresses and not just an Organization which generally adheres to ScoutCraft only. We may generally say that the Scout craft is sevenfold. It includes :(1) Discipline, which teaches through theory as well as practice, self-discipline, obedience to scout law andsense of duty.(2) Observation of details, tracking and judging distances and heights forms the second rigid rules. The aimof this Movement is to inculcate good citizenship in the future men and women of the nation by means of whatis known as Scout Craft aspect of this craft.(3) Camping cooking resourcefulness, Nature Study, cycling etc. From part of its third aspect, commonlyknown as woodcraft.(4) Health and endurance, which includes physical development, cleanliness, sanitation is another aspect whichis indeed very important in life.(5) Chivalry including courtesy, charity, thrift and honour, courage, and cheerfulness.(6) Inculcation of patriotism and(7) Knowledge of life-saving devices is the other two aspect of this scout craft. And all these are taught toour young would-be citizens theoretically and also practically by certain tests devised for the purpose andthrough games.The Scout or the Guide is always playing the game. They are always expected to and always do follow the rulesof the brotherhood when they are on duty or at their lessons. Young people are uncompromising idealists andthey want a game, which they can play all the time and give their whole mind and Scouting provides theircomplete absorption and it is admittedly beneficent absorption.
 
Boys and girls appreciate idealism even if they do not always find expression for it. Lord Baden Powell showedhow this idealism could be turned into action. He provided practical means for developing those qualities ofcharacter that the boys admire in their heroes, "men accustomed to live on their own resources, taking theirlives in their hands, brave and loyal to their lives employers, chivalrous and helpful to each other, unselfishand reliable-Men, in fact, of the best type." So he showed the boy how they too could become self-reliant andhow they could, by practice, lean to keep cool-headed and useful in time of sudden emergency. He pointed outthat this requires training. So first aid, fire-fighting, life saving and other skills must be learnt in order to BEPREPARED.In 1896 our founder, as Colonel Baden Powell, was in Ashanti in Africa. After the conflict on entering thetown was met and greeted by the African Chief. B.P. held out his right hand. The African Chief said, "No, youmust shake my left hand, because only the Bravest Of The Brave Shake hands With The Left".And also the left hand is nearer to our heart so it's given as aHearty Shake Hand.
PRATHAM SOPAN
1. Patrol flag
: patrol flag is the identity of the patrol. Each patrol has the patrol flag and they differentform each other. Scouts flag must be named after their patrol name. And the flag must be in the triangularshape with the shortest side = 20 and the other two sides are of equal sides=30. And you must have yourpatrol symbol in the middle of the flag as shown in the figure.
2. Patrol Yell
: each patrol has a patrol yell. Each time they represent their patrol be their patrol name andthe yell.
3. Patrol Song
: each patrol has its own song. And whenever asked they should sing it.
4. Patrol Corner
: patrol corner plays an important role. It's a secret place of each of the patrol where thepatrol members discuss their activities.
5. Patrol Motto:
Each patrol has its own motto. Like: "True Till Death", "Work Hard"Health is the most important thing in our daily life. With out good health one cannot be perfect and cannot doany thing. As we all now the proverbs:"Health is wealth " & " if health is lost then every thing is lost."To keep our health perfect we should take nice food every day and also we should spare time for physicalexercises. Taking good food is not only enough, but we should also exercise our body.You can do a lot of simple exercise like going for a short walk, bending exercises, stretching exercises andmany more. With these simple exercises you can keep Yourselves fit and fine.
For the Head:
Rub the head and face, firmly over several times withthe palms and fingers of both hands. Thumb the muscles of the neckand throat. Image coming soon.
For the Chest:
From upright position bend to the front, armsstretched downwards, with back of the hands together in front of theknees. Breathe out. Raise the hand gradually over the head and leanback as far as possible, drawing a deep breath through the nose as youdo. Lower the arms gradually to the sides, breathing out the word"Thanks" through the mouth. Lastly, bend forward again, breathing outthe last bit of breath in you, and saying the number of times you havedone it in order to keep count.Repeat this exercise 12 times. 
 
For the Stomach
: Standing upright, send out both arms, fingersextended, straight to the front, then slowly swing round to the rightfrom the hips without moving the feet, and point the right arms as farround behind you as you can, keeping both arms level with, or a littlehigher than, the shoulders. Then, after a pause, swing slowly round asfar as you can to the left. Breathe in when pointing to the left. "Bodytwisting".Breathe out when pointing to the right. Repeat six times, change thebreathing to the other side and repeat six times.Image coming soon. Image coming soon.
For the Trunk:
This is also called the "Cone Exercise". Standing at"Attention" position, raise both hands, as high as possible over thehead, and link fingers. Lean backwards, and then sway the arms veryslowly round in the direction of a cone, so that the hands make a widecircle above and around the body, the body turning from the hips, andleaning over one side. Then to the front, then to the other side, andthen back.After completing the circle, start in the opposite direction. Repeat sixtimes both ways. Breathe in when leaning backward and breathe outwhen leaning forward. 
For Lower Body and Back of Legs:
Stand with feet slightly apart,touch your head with both hands and look up into the sky, leaning back asfar as you can, and then bend forward and downward till your fingerstouch your toes, without bending your knees.Repeat 12 times.Image coming soon. Image coming soon.
For Legs, Feet and Toes:
 Stand in 'Attention' position, put the handson the hips, stand on tip-toe, turn the knees outwards, and bend themslowly down to a squatting position, keeping the heels off the ground thewhole time. Then gradually raise the body and come to the first positionagain.Repeat this 12 times. Breathe in as body rises and breathe out as thebody sinks. 
 You Need :
A piece of rope and a piece of string or chord 12 inches long. Usebrightly colored string to decorate your jump rope or on a drawstring bag.1.Make a loop with one end of the string and lay the loop alongthe rope with the ends of the string hanging off the end of the rope.2.Hold string in place with your left thumb. With your righthand, wind the long end of the string tightly over the loop and aroundthe rope. The short end will be left hanging.

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