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Sharing is important in life. Why? (a question that immediately arises in our minds). The answer lies in our Geography lesson. Many of us (almost everyone) must have heard about the Dead Sea. It’s so high in salt content that the human body can float easily. You can almost lie down and read a book! The salt in the Dead Sea is as high as 35% - almost 10 times the normal ocean water. And all that saltiness has meant that there is no life at all in the Dead Sea. No fish. No vegetation. No sea animals. Nothing lives in there.

Unlike Dead Sea we don’t seem to recall learning about the Sea of Galilee. The Sea of Galilee is just north of the Dead Sea. Both the seas receive their water from river Jordan. And yet, they are very, very different. The Sea of Galilee is pretty, resplendent with rich, colorful marine life. There are lots of plants and lots of fish too. In fact, the Sea of Galilee is home to over twenty different types of fishes.

Same region, same source of water, and yet while one sea is full of life, the other is dead.. How?

Here apparently is why. The River Jordan flows into the Sea of Galilee and then flows out that keeps the Sea healthy and vibrant, teeming with marine life.

But the Dead Sea is so far below the mean sea level, that it has no outlet. It is estimated that over a million tons of water evaporate from the Dead Sea every day.

The Dead Sea takes water from the River Jordan, and holds it. It does not give. Result? No life at all.

NOW, Think about it.......

Life is not just about getting. It’s about giving. We all need to be a bit like the Sea of Galilee.

We are fortunate to get wealth, knowledge, love and respect. But if we don't learn to give, we could all end up like the Dead Sea. The love and the respect, the wealth and the knowledge could all evaporate. Like the water in the Dead Sea.

If we get the Dead Sea mentality of merely taking in more water, more money, more everything the results can be disastrous.
Good idea is to make sure that in the sea of your own life, you have outlets. Make sure you don't just get, you give too. Open the taps. And you'll open the floodgates to happiness.

Make that a habit: to share - to give - and experience life. Experience the magic!

Chief Editor

Feather in the Cap

"Good ambience and service."

- Mr. Ashish Khatri

“Excellent service, friendly staff”

- Mr. Rose Marry

“Very good experience.”

-Mr. Sanjay Makhija

“It was good staying with your hotel.”

-Mr. Anand Todi

“Well maintained and clear/clam environment.”

-Mr. Harleen

“Very good hotel with good staff. Keep up the good work.”

-Mr. Julie Powel

“Everything was very nice.”

-Mr. Miyuki Shobu

“Very good services.”

-Mr. Abhimanyu

“Very pleasant, excellent and comfortable stay.”

-Dr. Naveen Sinha

"Efficient and well maintained."

-Mr. B. Mishra

"It was an excellent stay as usual."

-M.V. Hariharan

A great heritage hotel and cheers to you all for the great show. May all of you achieve great heights. Cheers!!

-Mr. Amit Kaul


Mr. Apurv Kumar, the Managing Director, distributing sweets among the staff .

Chef Sanjeev Kapoor visited Hotel Clarks Amer

Mr. Satish Sharma (Systems)
Mr. Shatrughan Basnet (F&B Production)
Mr. Ankita Parashar (HR)
Ms. Amrita Kaushik (HR)

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Bird's View

Reality of Reality Show

1. Are you a viewer of Reality show?
2. Which type of reality show do you prefer the most?
3. Is the reality shows are far from reality?
4. Does the reality show leads to the growth of TRP of the channel or it is the platform for the new talents?
5. Do you prefer voting for reality shows?
6. Is SMS voting system fair in reality show?
Survey monitored by :Ankita Parashar


Mr. Sanjeev Kapoor, an Indian Chef and entrepreneur. He stars in the TV show Khana Khazana, which is the longest running show of its kind in Asia; it broadcasts in 120 countries and in 2010 had more than 500 million viewers. In 2011, he launched his FOOD FOOD channel. Here in our column we are mentioning a brief of a short interview with him.

Q.1 Did you always want to be in this profession?
Ans. No, it was not my first choice, wanted to do something different.

Q.2 How did you conceive about KHANA KHAZANA?
Ans. My will to do something different got me into this area.

Q.3 What , according to you, is the secret of healthy life?
Ans. Always be positive.

Q. 4 How do you manage time between your work and family?
Ans. It is a state of mind. If you want it, you could manage it.

Q.5 Any advice/suggestion that you want to give to the budding chefs?
Ans. Believe in hard work, be creative and don’t follow the lead.

Q.6 Your success mantra?
Ans. Simplicity.


We congratulate members of the Clarks family whose birthdays we celebrated in the month of July 2012:
Narsi Ram Saiwlia, Sita Ram Sharma, Shubrati Khan, Mahesh Chand, Vijendra Mishra, Jaidev Singh Gurjar, Dinesh Lakhan, Ram Lal Arya, Sukku Prasad, Munni Lal, Vimal Burman, Sarwan Kumar, Sita Ram, Sita Ram Jat, Ram Swaroop Nama, Kanhaiya Lal, Prabhu Narain, Phool Chand, Kamal Mohan, Govind Singh Adhikari, Ashok Kumar Singh, Rajendra Singh Rawat, Mukesh Sharma, Heer Singh, Raju Singh, Atul Kumar Shukla, Ravi Shankar Jangid, Rajesh Mishra, Bhag Chand, Ganpat Lal, Beerendra Singh, Rajesh Kumar Pareva, Rameshwar, Sudhir Singh, Rambabu Sharma, Omprakash, Kastur Chand, Nanag Ram,Hem Raj Gurjar, Durga Singh and Sita Ram.

Evaluation Day of French Classes at Hotel Clarks Amer

Staff members playing cricket as a part of sports activities

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Heads On
Experience Sharing


Work life balance is the biggest concern of an individual in today’s era. Blooming economy, advancement of Information Technology has resulted in opportunities like better jobs, good pay package and growth prospects, on the other hand long work schedules, spending more time in office, dealing with clients, increasing competition and the pressures of job results with very little time to balance their work and life. This can have serious implications on the life of an individual which can affect person’s health both physiologically and psychologically.

A person should focus towards time management in order to reduce the imbalance between the work and life. Should also prioritize the task, should take out time for leisure activities, spending time with family to beat the stress. Share the responsibilities, should not commit anything which is not possible at all.

It is high time for a person to maintain a healthy balance between work and their private lives. This will not only help them achieve their personal and professional goals but also the organization they are working for.

Ms. Amrita Kaushik, HR Executive


Open Arms

Students of PHE batch VI attending their induction program
Employees kids participated in the Annual Painting Competition



Deepa Malik is an Indian swimmer, biker and athlete, was born on 30th September 1970. She has won numerous accolades for her participation in various adventure sports. The mother of two and wife of an Army officer, in fact, turned adversities into opportunity and success.

Life took a twist when a spinal tumor made walking impossible. She is a paraplegic, paralyzed from waist down. It was a tough time for her family. Her husband was fighting the Kargil war and at home Deepa was struggling with her tumors but that has not stopped the 41-year-old from taking up challenges. Finally the family won both the war. Despite three spinal tumor surgeries and 183 stitches between shoulder blades, she came out a winner and has never looked back.

Deepa also runs a successful restaurant by the name Dee’s Place in Ahmed Nagar, where the family is settled. She is very active in adventures sports. She is associated with Himalayan Motorsports Association (H.M.A.) and Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (F.M.S.C.I.). A lesson for all able and disables, she has done 8 days 1700 k.m. drive in minus degree temperatures. Even on an altitude of 18000 feet with oxygen shortage, she was able to sustain it all. It was - ‘Raid-de-Himalaya’. This journey covers many difficult paths including remote Himalaya, Leh, Shimla and Jammu.

She has won numerous accolades for her participation in various adventure sports. Whether it is swimming against the strong Yamuna current, or riding a special bike or even taking a shot at the Paralympics, she has done it all. She has won bronze medal in Women's Javelin Throw. She has got nominated in Limca Book of World Records for her swimming records.

Lesson: Where there is a will, there is a way. Turning challenges and adversities into opportunity makes life worth living.


HODs marked their presence at the induction program of PHE Batch VI

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Counter Point
(Book Review)

Title         :

The Immortals of Meluha

Author    : Amish Tripathi
Category: Mythological - Fiction

It’s the first part of Shiva trilogy by Amish Tripathi. This book tells the story of 1900 B.C. based empire Meluha and uses the characters, places and names associated with Lord Shiva. The book is based on the belief that perhaps the actions, the deeds and karma are the only deciding factors in transforming an ordinary man to Mahadev - God of Gods. The author’s writing is honest and powerful. Through this book he himself has tried to understand 'righteousness' without being prejudiced by any religious or philosophical outlook, which is an admirable feat.

The book is not about Hinduism but about humanism. It is not about what is 'right' or 'good' but what should be right AND any time and in any world.

It clearly describes places and situations which helps the readers in understanding the story and moving along with it. It’s a brilliant mix of mythology, history and fiction.

Hotel To Home

Category : Onion Mushroom Pizza  

Portions : 4
Time Taken : 15-20 mins


Take the pizza base and warm it up. Apply Tomato concasse on to it. Take the cubes of mushroom, onion, tomato and stir them in little oil on a high flame. Add little concasse to it and cook for a while. Put the mixture on top of the pizza base and spread it. Spread grated pizza cheese and gratinate it in the pizza oven till the chesse melts and becomes brownish in color. Serve hot.

Onion 200gms
Mushroom 200gms
Cheese 250gms
Tomato Can carre 400 gms
Oil 50 ml.
Salt 10 gm
Pizza Bare 4 nos.
Tamale 100 gms
Cucumber 100 gms


Romain Otal, French Deputy Director of Alliance Francaise de Jaipur, evaluating participants of French class.

Employees participating in the Entertainment Quiz

Feel the Future


Expectations from future President of India


I would like our future President to control the petrol prices as every time an increase in it creates more burden on the middle class people.

-Rahul Yadav PHE VI

Corruption is the main issue in our country. A major check and strict measures is required at every point to control it. It should be taken on priority so that our future as a nation shines at its best.

-Dinesh Kumar PHE VI

Basic education in rural areas is the need of the hour. More and more steps should be taken in this field as literacy brings development.

-Padmaksh Shukla PHE VI

Global warming, a burning issue in the world. Fast growing construction of malls, residential buildings, etc is converting our surroundings into concrete. It is creating an imbalance in the nature. Strict policies should be made for approval of such constructions. Rain water harvesting plant, water recycling plant, solar panels, etc must be made mandatory.

-Raghav Sharma PHE IV

More focus on should be placed on the safety of girls and women in our society and country as a whole. Crime against women must be put to an end.

-Mamta Basnet PHE VI

Shops of generic medicines should be made more accessible to the common people.

- Jaswant Singh PHE V

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