This is is one of the most widely asked essay topic in school for class 5,6,7,8,9,10 etc. Students get this topic generally for tests after winter holidays. We have tried to keep essay language simple so that kids will understand it. We have given two examples first one is for students from higher classes and the second one is for class 1,2,3,4 standard students. (If you are looking for Hindi version then kindly scroll down)
In this essay, I have given an example of my family road trip, in which we wet through 5 states of India. We started from Maharashtra to Madhyapradesh, UP, Rajasthan and Gujarat. One might visit single holiday spot and spend several days visiting nearby tourist destinations, temples, monuments etc. In that case, you can talk more about those places. Here in this essay, I tried to write on the road journey, problems, experiences, learnings and about visited places too. (You should read this essay too – Essay on How I Spent My Holiday/Vacation).
Essay on How I spent My winter Vacation for Class 5, 6, 7 Students
This year my family was not able to plan a summer vacation, so we spend few days in summer camp and visited grandparent at our native place. I and my sister requested our parents for a long winter vacation and then happily agreed too. So, we planned a long road trip for our winter vacation. We all like winter season for trips because of overall pleasant climate and we see greenery alongside roads which makes the journey enjoyable.
Earlier evening, papa took our car to a service center to check everything. We started our journey early morning, my mother made sandwiches and tea for breakfast. First, we visited a Lord Ganesh Theur (place name) Temple which is 30 KM from our home. We took blessings and prayed for a safe journey. This temple is 1 of 8 temples from AshthaVinayak. Then around 9 AM we left for Indore. We took a quick halt at Shirdi, which is a holy place of Saibaba. We reached to Indore city by midnight, we covered 600 KM to reach there. We all were tired so we ate and had a good sleep in a motel.
Next day, we woke little late as we were tired. Had Indori delicacies for breakfast and wander around the Indore city for an hour. At 10 ‘o clock, we visited famous Kanch Mandir, almost everything is made up of glass there. We also had a quick tour of Rajwada Mahal. These places show us the glimpse of the opulent past of Indore and India. We find Indori people very kind, helpful.
We covered 700 KMs and reached Agra late night. While traveling we booked a hotel from online hotel booking service and we got a good deal too. After dinner, we slept within 10 minutes.
Next day, we woke up early to visit Taj Mahal. We reached to Taj Mahal gate at 7 in the morning. We were there for 2 hours and visited each and every corner of it. I have seen Taj Mahal thousand times in newspapers, magazines, and movie but when I saw Taj Mahal personally then I understood why it is a so famous in the whole words, it is mesmerizing, a real treat to eyes.
That day afternoon, we left for Mathura and Vrindavan. We visited temples and took blessing from Lord Krisha. We reached there in the early evening by that time there was heavy traffic. We were also heckled by local thugs, they were trying to frighten us and asking for money. We complained to traffic police but he didn’t help us. My Papa courageously maneuvered our car led us to the highway and then we traveled back Agra. This was the only bad experience we had in our whole road trip.
My Mother then explained to us that life always shows us good and bad experiences. We should be ready to deal both types of situations. After her soothing words, we all took rest for the day back in Agra.
The fourth day, we visited Fatehpur Sikri, a small city west of Agra which was founded by Mughal Emperor Akbar. We saw Buland Darwaza, Jama Mosque, Tomb of Salim Chishti, Jodha Bai’s Palace. The tour guide showed us a secret door through which Anarkali was fleed. Guide also told us the captivating history of the place. By the afternoon we left for Jaipur, Rajasthan which is nearly 200KM from there. We had authentic Rajasthani lunch at roadside Dhaba before Duasa Town. That was the best food so far in our journey.
We reached to Hawa Mahal by late afternoon, we missed the City Palace because they close it by 5:30 PM. We were on a shopping spree, we bought various items from Ramganj Bazaar, Tripolia Bazaar, and Johari Bazar. Jaipur was not in our plan, we were supposed to hit back return journey after Mathura. But as they say, unplanned trips are the best and that is what exactly happened to us. Jaipur is a very clean, neat and welcoming city; that day I understood why Rajasthan is famous for western tourists. We decided that next winter trip will be Rajasthan,
We left city late in the evening, we were heading towards Pushkar, it is only place in the whole world where you will Lord Bramha Mandir. Again, we reached late night at Ajmer. We booked motel near famous Anasagar Lake. Next day morning, we enjoyed the view of a majestic lake and headed towards Ajmer Dargah Sharif. It is a very famous place a lot of celebrities also visit this dargah to take blessings. Around 10 AM we headed to Pushkar. We took blessings and spend an hour at Pushkar Lake. We also took holy bath at Pushkar ghat.
Next, we headed towards a very long 650 KM stretch in our return journey. We skipped Udaipur as we will be visiting the whole of Rajasthan on our next winter vacation. We reached Vadodara at early morning around 3 AM. This leg of the journey was tiresome, we took rest and visited Kiri Stambh and Laxmi Vilas Palace in Vadodara and left for home. It was the last leg of the journey, last 550 KM. While entering Maharashtra again we were welcomed by untimed but pleasant drizzle.
Though it was tiring, this winter vacation was the best time I ever spent with my family. We saw a lot of places within 7 days. We came close to each other as family. Next year also we are planning for winter vacation.Everyone should plan such trips with family, it helps to strengthen the bond and we also get to see the beauty of India and magnificence of its history.
Essay on How I Spent My Winter Vacation for Class 1,2,3,4
I like winter vacation a lot, this is the time of year when the climate is very pleasant. This year’s winter vacation was very special to me.
My parents planned a two day trip to Konkan. It is not far away from my home but we never explored this area. My Papa always talks about Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, so we planned a trip to visit forts in Konkan area. We left our home in Pune and visited Pratapgad fort which is 150 KM from home. Before that, we also enjoyed Mahabaleshwar tourist points. I liked the Arthur Seat and Elphinstone Point very much.
We climbed around 500 steps at Pratapgad fort and we enjoyed the climb. It is the best things about winter, we don’ get tired easily in this season. We saw the gigantic statue of Shivaji Maharaj, the guide told us the history of the place. He told us how brave Shivaji Maharaj killed the Afjal Khan, we visited that spot too. We also bought some handcrafted items from there.
Next, we took stop at our native place which 30 Km from there. Next day early morning we headed to Raigad Fort. We climbed it with Cable Car, this is the first time I ever sat in a cable car. I was a bit afraid but the same time I enjoyed it too.
Again, Guide told us the history of Raigad fort. We got to know a lot of things which are not in history books. After knowing so many things about Shivaji Maharaj, I decided to study more on him. I will also do my school project on the same topic. We took a lot of pictures on our trip, these pictures will also help me in my project.
I learned a lot from this trip and also had a good time with family. We should take advantages of our summer and winter vacations and visit different places. Rather than spending time on video games, we should get real-world experiences.
Note: Please note that we have written this article in essay format but you can use given content for paragraph and article writing too. In case you find this essay lengthy for class 1,2,3,4 students then take help of parents or sibling to make a shorter and simpler version of it.
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मेरी सर्दियों की छुट्टी पर हिंदी में निबंध | How I spent my winter vacation Hindi Essay
मुझे सर्दियों की छुट्टी बहुत पसंद है, यह साल का वह समय है जब वातावरण बहुत सुखद होता है| इस वर्ष की सर्दियों की छुट्टी मेरे लिए बहुत खास थी, मैंने इस छुट्टी में बहुत अच्छी और नयीं चीज़े सिंखी|
मेरे माता-पिता ने महाराष्ट्र के कोंकण भाग की दो दिन की यात्रा की योजना बनाई थी| यह मेरे घर से बहुत दूर नहीं है, लेकिन में इस क्षेत्र में पहले कभी भी गया नहीं था। मेरा पिता हमेशा छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज के शौर्य और किलों के बारे में बात करते हैं, उन्होंने बहोत सारे ऐतिहासिक जगहे देखी है और उनपे अध्ययन भी किया है| वह मुझे इस सुनहरे इतिहास की झलक दिखाना चाहते थे इसलिए उन्होंने कोंकण क्षेत्र में किलों का दौरा करने की योजना बनाई थी। पहले तो मुझे ज्यादा रूचि नहीं थी, पर अब में बहुत खुश हूँ की में उस ट्रिप पर गया|
हमने पुणे से अपना घर छोड़ा और घर से १५० किलोमीटर दूर प्रतापगढ़ किले का दौरा किया। इससे पहले, हमने महाबलेश्वर के पर्यटन स्थलोंका का आनंद लिया। मुझे आर्थर सीट और एलफिन्स्टन पॉइंट बहुत पसंद आयें|
हमने प्रतापगढ़ किले के लगभग ५०० सिढीयोंके चढ़ाई का आनंद लिया। सर्दियों के मौसम की सबसे अच्छी बात है की हम इस मौसम में हम आसानी से थकते नहीं। हमने शिवाजी महाराज की विशाल प्रतिमा को देखा, गाइड ने हमें इस जगह का इतिहास बताया। उन्होंने हमें बताया कि कैसे बहादुर शिवाजी महाराज ने अफजल खान का वध किया और जनता को उसके कहर से बचाया| हमने अफज़ल खान की समाधी भी देखी। किले में स्थित भवानी माता के आशीर्वाद लेके हम लोग निचे उतरे|
थोडीही दूर हमें हस्तकला की एक बड़ी प्रदर्शनी देखी| वहां पे देश के कोने-कोने से लायी, अचंभित करने वाली चीज़े देखी| हमारे भारत के शिल्पकार, कारीगर इतने प्रतिभाशाली हे इसका मुझे अंदाज़ा नहीं था| मैंने उस प्रदर्शनी में १ घंटेसे ज्यादा वक्त बिताया, प्रदर्शनी के स्वयंसेवकोने मुझे बहुत जानकारी दी| हमने वहांसे कुछ चीज़ें भी खरीदी|
अब तक शाम हो गयी थी, हम वहांसे घाट उतरकर महाड पोहंचे। उस शाम हमने होटल में आराम किया| अगले दिन सुबह हमने एक और ऐतिहासिक स्थल की यात्रा की।यह वहीं महाड शहर है जहाँ डॉ. बाबासाहेब अंबडेकर ने “महाड सत्याग्रह” किया था| २० मार्च १९२७ को बाबासाहब के अगुवाई में महाड के “चवदार तले” पर पानी का सत्याग्रह हुआ था, यह भारत के इतिहास की एक महत्वपूर्ण घटना है| वहां से थोडीही दूर “क्रांतिभूमि” के दर्शन किये और हालही में बने डॉ. बाबासाहेब अंबडेकर म्यूजियम की भी भेट ली|
अब तक ११ बज चुकें थे, हम फिर आगे रायगढ़ किले की तरफ रवाना हुए| रायगढ़ किला महाड से कुछ ३० किलोमीटर पर है| इस बार किले पर पैदल चढ़ने की जगह हमने केबल कार का अनुभव लेनेका निर्णय लिया| हम २० मिनट में किले पर थे| वहां पे गाइड ने हमें शिवकालीन इतिहास बताया| उनोन्हे उस काल की प्रगत समाज और अर्थ प्रणाली, सार्वजनिक सुविधाएं, बाजार के बारे में बताया| यह सारी चीज़े मैंने किसीभी पाठ्यपुस्तक में नहीं पढ़ी|
थोड़ी देर मनन करनेके बाद मुझे समझ आया की मेरे पिता ने मुझे इस ट्रिप पे क्यों लाया| हमें, आजकी की पीढ़ी को भारत के इतिहास के बारेमे नहीं के बराबर पता है| तब मैंने ठान ली की में छत्रपति शिवाजी महाराज, डॉ. बाबासाहेब अंबडेकर और हमारे ऐतिहासिक महानुभाओंका और हमारे इतिहास का अध्ययन करूंगा|
मैंने अपने माता पिता का बहुत धन्यवाद किया, उनकी वजह से मैंने इस छुट्टी में इतनी सारी चीज़ें सीखी| एक तरह से मेरा नज़रियाँ ही बदल गया| मैं इस यात्रा से मैंने बहुत कुछ सीखा और परिवार के साथ भी एक अच्छा समय बिताने का मौका मिला।
हमें अपनी गर्मी और सर्दी की छुट्टियों का लाभ लेना चाहिए और विभिन्न स्थानों पर जाना चाहिए। वीडियो गेम्स, मोबाइल पर समय जाया करने के बजाए, हमें वास्तविक दुनिया के अनुभव प्राप्त करने चाहिए।
नोट: कृपया ध्यान दें कि हमने इस लेख को निबंध प्रारूप में लिखा है लेकिन आप पैराग्राफ या भाषण के लिए भी दी गई सामग्री का उपयोग कर सकते हैं।
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Sunrise over the Himalayas
After 31 days of continuous work at school, the summer holidays were finally announced. I forced my parents to plan a holiday to a hilly area — Munsiyari. Unknown to many, this place is still untouched by pollution. As we reached our destination we were caught in a hailstorm and we could do nothing that evening. However, in the morning I beheld a beautiful sight — the sun rising between two Himalayan peaks. I felt a soft, cold breeze. It was a remarkable experience. The full moon night was equally charming. We toured the region known as “Little Kashmir”.
Arvind Kumar, X B, Nirmala Convent School, Kathgodam, Nainital
Ride to remember
Holidays or vacations are words that bring joy to everyone but they mean different things to different people. For some people it would mean fishing in your uncle’s boat or visiting your grandma’s place or simply lazing around. For me it means reading books, watching movies, cultivating new hobbies and playing. At the beginning of my holidays all I did was sleep. Then I decided to do my holiday home work. Then I began reading the Harry Potter books. My parents took me to Wow-Worlds of Wonder in Noida. We had great fun there. There were rides that completely frightened me and took my breath away but I still enjoyed them. Just when we thought of returning it began to rain. We got drenched. How was the day? It was simply splendid.
Tracey James , VII B, F.R Agnel School, New Delhi
Last vacation we went to Ooty. It was cold even though it was summer. But the weather was pleasant compared to the harsh summer in Kerala. We visited the Doddabetta peak. It is said that from the peek we can see the whole town. We then visited the Rose Gardens. It is situated in the heart of the city and has been beautifully laid out in terraces with rose tunnels, pergolas and bowers with rose creepers. Today it houses the largest collection of roses in the country, with around 3600 variety of roses. The next day, we visited the Botanical Gardens. It is one of the best tourist attractions with flourishing green well-maintained lawns, rare trees species such as a 20 million year old fossil tree, a monkey puzzle tree (monkeys can’t climb this tree), an Italian-style garden bordering an immense variety of flowering bushes, flowers, and plants, fern house with a vast range of ferns and orchids and a clear pool are some of the highlights of this garden. As we were walking through the garden we also got an opportunity to run for our life as a herd of cows came chasing us. On our way back to Kerala, we also clicked some pictures at the famous shooting spots Sixth mile and Ninth mile. But what I really enjoyed was the pleasant weather.
Karthika Manoj, X B, Bishop Moore Vidyapith, Cherthala, Kerala
In an exquisite land
The start of holidays is always sublime. There’s no worrying about back to school blues. We spent most of our vacation in Thailand, an exquisite land. We did a lot of shopping on the first day. The next day we went to the Floating Market. They sold a rich variety of colourful fruits on boats. We went to a Flower Garden. Rows and rows of flowers I hadn’t known to have existed stood daintily before us.
That night was the first we got to taste the hotel’s cuisine. The mouth-watering, amazing desserts were just about enough to make up for it. We went on a temple-tour and saw the famous sculptured Buddha — a vision of beauty made of gleaming emerald. We watched a dance show — Siam Niramit, went to the waxworks, Mirror Maze, a 5-D theatre, a wild-life safari, a Dolphin Emporium and more. Before I knew it, the tremendous week was up. How very unfortunate, it was back-to-school blues after all.
Tejeshwine, IX, Boaz Public School, Chennai
Off to Bangalore
My holidays started on May 5. We decided to spend the first part of the holidays in Bangalore where my maternal grandmother lives. During the journey, my brother and I enjoyed eating the food sold along the way. We also played card games. It was a thrilling journey. We passed rugged mountains, gushing rivers, long dark tunnels and whistling trains. My grandmother’s house is at Chikallsandra. We travelled in the newly opened Metro from M. G. Road to Baiyappanhalli. We went to Devanahalli International Airport to pick up my uncle who was coming from the U.S. We also visited all our relatives. We left Bangalore with a heavy-heavy heart.
Tushar Kulkarni, IX C, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Dharwad, Karnataka
I visited Sikkim, the Switzerland of India in summer. Of the various places I visited, Gurudongmar Lake and Yumthang Valley were the most enthralling and enticing.
Yumthang valley is a mesmerising valley of flowers. Gurudongmar Lake is the sanctum sanctorum of Sikkim. A part of the sacred lake is believed to remain unfrozen even in extreme weather conditions.
Now I’m back in the civilised world, the sweet sights and songs of nature that I had cherished had been replaced by smoke and noise.
Parvathy Salil, XII.A, V.N.S.S.S.N.Trusts Central School, Cherthala, Kerala
In God’s own country
This vacation was extraordinary because we travelled through Kerala visiting our relations. We went to Karunagapally, Parambikulam, Nelliyampathi, Wayanad and Kochi. Usually we would go to Delhi, Dubai, Kuwait or Malaysia, Singapore, Nepal but this holiday was different and was super fun. I spent most of the time just climbing trees, gardening, playing outdoors, eating mangoes and enjoying myself.
Muhammed Azam, VIII C, Silver Hills Public School, Kozhikode, Kerala
Into the wilds
This year we went to the Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary. We stayed in a tree house in a resort. All the furniture was made of wood including the tea cups. Solar energy was used for lighting and heating. We saw a Malabar giant-size squirrel eating chickoo. Surprisingly, it did not move when we went closer to it.
We took the Mudumalai Safari ride. We were taken in a fully covered jeep with protected windows. But, we could not see any tigers. Instead, the driver showed us the foot prints of tigers at few places. We saw gaurs, wild ass and some birds like Kingfisher, horn bill and so on. At Theppakadu we visited the elephant camp maintained by the Forest Department.
We also trekked to a stream. We played in the water. Suddenly the place was filled with butterflies of different colours.
G. Arun Vaidya, VI C, K.V. I, JIPMER Campus, Puducherry
Family is the best
I spent my vacation with my grandma, uncle and aunt at Nellore. I was there for 15 days. I had a nice time, playing with my cousins all day long. No books, no lessons, no summer camps. I realised the joy of being with a joint family where everyone would take care of everyone else. I enjoyed the taste of fresh Avakkai(pickle) this hot summer. I visited my relatives and the beach nearby. My aunt bought me all that I wanted for the academic year. I heard bed time stories narrated by my grandmother. My sweet grandma always gave a moral behind every story. At last the day of my return arrived and my brother came to take me back.
M. Sreekar, VIII, Narayana E Techno, Varadarajanagar, Tirupathi
Memories to cherish
As soon as the vacations begin, the first thing we kids do is stack our books neatly in the cupboard (which is as good as throwing them into oblivion), bags get packed and we set out on trips or, we lounge on our beds and watch movies. Our lives turn into fantasy and suddenly all play and no work becomes the rule of the day, but still “Jack manages to be an active, robust boy”! This year though I planned my vacations. So I got involved with an N.G.O — Ramakrishna Mission, to spend time with the orphans. I played basketball with them, sat with them in their classes and even helped them with their studies. It was pleasing to note that whatever I taught them or whatever I spoke to them left a lasting impact on them. I even ate their food and as all of them were looking at me with apprehensive eyes when I tasted the bland food, I did not let it show, that I didn’t enjoy it. Slowly in two months our lives were so entwined and our bond so deep, that they celebrated with me when my Std. X results came out. I even let them play on my laptop. The enthusiastic smile that lit their faces when I greeted them, taught me a lot. Even in the face of so much adversity the spirit of the kids was not broken. And many times the warm smile that lit their faces simply made my day. I realised that it is not about how happy you are, it’s how happy you make others. I learned something, enjoyed myself and I move on with memories I will always cherish.
Nidhi, XI, Delhi Public School, Noida
After I had completed my Std. X exams, I had a long holiday. As soon as my holidays started, I penned down all the places I wanted to visit. But to my disappointment, due to Lankan issue problem, there was a strike in my sister’s college. Her semester exams got postponed. Even though we both had holidays, we couldn’t go anywhere during that time as my mother fell down the stairs. She had to undergo treatment for more than three weeks. During that time even my grandmother was unwell. So I was at home. My aunt and cousins came to help out. All my sadness of not being able to enjoy holidays turned into happiness after my cousins’ turned up. We had a lot of fun at home playing games, watching movies, eating the delicious dishes my aunt made and also learning to cook. We also did other work like washing clothes and utensils. While washing we had fun by splashing water on each other. After that we did some cleaning work. At that time I switched on the radio. We were all singing, dancing and doing work. After my cousins left I spent rest of my holidays reading books.
M. Bharathy, XI C, Shri B.S Mootha GSSS, Chennai
In the mist
We were waiting with our bags all packed and ready, to go by train to Khajiar. But then came the disappointing news, the trains were all booked and it seemed that we would have to cancel our trip, but then my father proposed that we could also go by car. I was sceptical about these proceedings and protested against it but I relented and we set off.
Khajiar is located in the Chamba district in Himachal Pradesh a little further off Dalhousie. We had a long way to go but we hoped that the destination would be worth it. After long hours of journeying through the hot winds and the harsh sun, suddenly a cool breeze gently caressed our faces and we found that we were enveloped with mist and tall and exquisite trees with brilliant green foliage. We were still awestruck by the scenic beauty when we found out that due to the tourist season there were no rooms left so we were not staying in the hotels teeming with noisy people, instead we were staying in a little log cabin not far off the hotel. We were delighted that we would be able to enjoy the view of the tall mountains and gaze at the sunrise every morning. We unpacked our bags and as it was almost nightfall we changed our clothes and went to a deep and peaceful slumber.
Next morning we woke up, had breakfast, and decided to explore the small town which was situated in the almost bowl like shaped valley with small lake at the end. There were a lot of rides like zorbing, horse riding, and paragliding. We all did paragliding and had a lot of fun, at first I was very scared but as I gradually started looking around I saw that there was a fantastic view from up in the air and I enjoyed the whole thing. The next day we chose to go to the Kalatop sanctuary, a very famous wildlife preserve.
When we reached the place which was on a high mountaintop we found out that we had to wait in our car a long line. After what seemed like an hour we finally got inside only to find that the supposedly called bear sanctuary was just a normal nature reserve. After a long and exhausting walk in which to our delight we found almost thousands of rare and beautiful bird of every kind we plopped down on the seats in the local canteen and guzzled on hot pakoras and maggi. When we returned to the log cabin we were so worn out by walking that the first thing we did was to lie down on the bed and go to sleep.
On our last day, we thought that we would spend the time walking the quiet and calm forests near the valley. It was wonderful walking under the lofty pines in the serene stillness of the forest and we were enraptured by how it managed to preserve the woods from the everyday bustle of life. By the time we got back to the log cabin it was already sundown and the stars had appeared in the sky. We were dumfounded to see that unlike the city sky there were stars as far as the eye could see. There were so many of them present that we were able to point out almost all the constellations in the sky. We went to bed and reluctantly shut our eyes from the world that had shown so many new wonders. At the break of the day we were up preparing to leave this amazing new world. We left sorrowfully and silently said goodbye.
Bhavita Varma, VIII, St. Xaviers Sr. Sec. School, Jaipur
When it comes to holidays, we generally think of a Wonderland, surrounded by blue waters with dolphins as “receptionists” and the land covered with lush greenery, or a place famous for temples and holy people.
But this time it was not the similar case with me. I had to study and complete my holiday homework. This situation is influenced by the growing competition and views of relatives.
I painted and sketched, played video games, watched cartoon films and classic films. I did yoga and cycling.
I also learnt a good habit of waking up at six in the morning which kept me active the whole day. I read a lot too.
Achyut Chaturvedi, X, Narhi, Lucknow
Holidays are almost over. Many of my friends visited famous hill stations and went to exotic places during their vacations. As for me, I spent my vacations very differently. I love reading, so I spent my time reading many of the classics and the bestsellers. I thoroughly enjoyed reading A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens and learned precious lessons too. I am not much of a poet, yet I tried to write some poetry. I also finished my homework. There was so much of it. I played many games too. Lastly, I spent quality time with my family.
Amber Khan, IX C, Aligarh Public School, Aligarh