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                                                            ANNUAL REPORT 2022-2023


Esteemed Chief Guest of the day Hon'ble Chief Justice Shri Thottathil B Radhakrishnan, C.A. Venugopal C Govind, Chairman Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kochi, Shri. E Ramankutty, Director, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kochi , Kendra Committee Members, Education Officers, Principals, Vice-Principals, PTA President Ms. Greeshma Udayan, other members of the PTA, Parents and well wishers, staff and students- Namasthe and Good Evening.

After two years of silent hallways and empty classrooms, Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Eroor welcomed her kids with great delight and enthusiasm. This year was a challenging one for us. The transition from online to hybrid and then to offline was an uphill battle - a battle to bridge the gap of learning, to normalize school days, to have students reacclimatise to the building, and to rekindle positive connections with other students and staff, all of which are essential for successful learning and growth. With great contentment I can affirm that we have been able to bring our children back to the rhythm of learning. All praise to the dedicated efforts of the teachers and the constant support of all parents.

It is with immense pride and pleasure that I present before you The Annual Report of Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Eroor for the year 2022-2023.



Excellence is never an accident. It is the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution.

100% result was secured by the Twenty First batch of Standard XII students in the SSCE 2022. Hridya Ramaswamy was the topper in the Science Stream with 97.2% and Akhila K was the topper in the Commerce Stream with 98.6%. 163 students appeared for the exam, 132 got Distinction, 31 got First Class and 18 got A1 in all subjects. The following students secured 100 in various subjects: Sharath J in Business Studies, Economics and Accountancy. Akhila K, Adya S Nair, Sandhya N Menon and Eirene S John in Business Studies, Sandra Sajan in Home Science, K Lakshmipriya in Informatics Practices, Mythili S in Physics and Keerthana J in Mathematics.

100% result was secured by the students of Standard X in the SSE 2022 with Devika B S Topping with 98.8% in Core Subjects and Chethana Manoj with 99.6% in the best of five subjects’ category. 159 students appeared for the exam, 139 got Distinction, 17 got First Class and 26 got A1 in all subjects. The following students secured 100 in various subjects: Chethana Manoj in English, Malayalam and Science. Lakshmi R in English, Malayalam and Artificial Intelligence. Bharath S Nair, Adithya B Nair, Anagha Sanjay, Anushka Sajan, Athulya P and Gouripriya B in Malayalam, Abhinav S Pai, Adwaith Krishna, Abhinav T M in Sanskrit, Devika B S and C M Meenakshi Prabhu in Mathematics, Malavika Hareesh in Artificial Intelligence Savinaya R in Science and Adwaith Krishna in Social Science.

This year we have 143 students of Std XII and 159 students of Std X appearing for the SSCE and SSE respectively. We bestow our blessings and well wishes upon them.

At present our student strength is 2381, inclusive of Kindergarten. Our family comprises a dedicated team of 120 Teaching Staff and 30 Non-teaching Staff.

The school council comprising the Captains, Vice Captains  and Prefects of the Houses and the Primary Parliament is headed by Senior Head Boy Jagath Jeevan M, Senior Head Girl Abhiraami R Nair , Junior Head Boy Pranav A Nair, Junior Head Girl Mithra Gopalakrishnan, Senior Sports Captain Devapriya S Menon and Junior Sports Captain Renuka Manoj.


The world has changed fundamentally in the last few decades and the roles of learning and education in day-to-day living have also changed forever. Co-curricular activities of our school help hone the talents of young minds, develop a sense of competitive spirit, co-operation, leadership, diligence, punctuality, team-spirit as well as help them to inculcate and nurture social and moral values. Observing days of national and international importance, celebrating various festivals, partaking in drug awareness campaigns, organising sessions on cyber security, career guidance etc. ignite the young minds to uphold the values of patriotism, compassion, selflessness, honesty, responsibility, self- respect etc.

It fills my heart with pride and joy to inform you that our students brought laurels not only in academics but in the fields of art, culture and sports.

We have a few students in the limelight this year…….

1. In the National level drawing competition conducted by the Information Security Education and Awareness (ISEA), Nandana Unnikrishnan of Std XI won the consolation prize. She also won the First and Third prizes in Painting and Pencil Drawing respectively, in Atham 2022 conducted by Tripunithura Municipality, Third prize in Oil Painting in the All Kerala Bhavan’s Fest, Second prize in Portrait Painting in Fabula Inter School Competition conducted by Rajagiri. All appreciation to Nandana for developing the logo for the Dr K M Munshi Memorial Inter School Athletic Meet, which is to stay forever.

2. Priyanka Rajan of Standard VI, our young maestro in chess has proved her mettle in various district and state chess championships. She won the first in the U12 and the U17- District Chess championship, second position in the U11- State Chess competition and third position in the 3rd Kerala State Chess Competition. Priyanka has represented our state in the U11 and U12 National Chess Championships. She has also secured various prizes in the Inter School and Intra School Chess Competitions.

3. Adithya Harikrishnan of Standard VI, our young virtuoso, was awarded the First position in Instrumental Music competition in the School Wizard Talent hunt competition organised by Asianet News. This award was given to him for  exhibiting varied talents in multiple musical instruments namely Darbuka, Djembe, Mridangam, Piano, Melodica and Drums. He has also won First Prize in the Akhila Kerala Mridanga Malsaram 2022 conducted by The Alwaye Sangeetha Sabha.

4. Mithra Gopalakrishnan (Std.X) got the Best State Level Entry in the Malayalam Essay competition conducted by the Ministry of Petroleum & Gas, Govt.of India.

5. Gayathri Rupesh of Standard IX won the Second prize in the State Level Painting Competition, Third prize in the All Kerala Inter-School Painting Competition (Senior) in connection with World Space Week. She also won the Second prize in the State Level Painting Competition, organised by IBRO in connection with Brain Awareness Week 2022.

6. Parvathy P N (VI) secured First in the painting competition conducted by Lulu Mall in connection with Gandhi Jayanthi. In the Navarathri Celebrations organised by Ernakulam Karayogam, she won the first prize in Light Music and the second prize in Malayalam Recitation. Parvathy also secured the second prize in the Painting Competition conducted by Kerala Fine Arts Society and Rotary Club. She is a budding artist who participated in the Quarter Finals of Lulu Little Star.

7. Ishani B Karun (Std IX) and Priyansh Nair (Std VIII) secured Second Prize and a cash award of Rs 1500 each in the Science Exhibition organised by The Choice School. They also won the Performance Award and a cash prize of Rs 5000.

8. Priyansh Nair of Std VIII won the medal of Excellence in the National Assessment for Scientific Temperament and Aptitude (NASTA).

9. The Yoga enthusiast Geetai Prashant Nandanwar proved her caliber by winning the Second Prize in the Ernakulam Yogasana Championship. She was selected for the State Yogasana Championship.

10. Parvathy Unnikrishnan, our little percussionist won the third prize for her Tabla performance in the SAPTARANG CULTURAL FESTIVAL organised by Saptarang Sevabhavi Sanstha held at Nanded, Maharashtra.

11. In the Vidyodaya Camp organised by Vidyodaya School Thevakkal, Shobith V of Standard VIII received the Best Adventure Award, Devananda S and Niranjan S Anandan of Standard VIII secured the Best Students’ Group Award.

12. Our school won the overall trophy in the All Kerala Gita Chanting competition held at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavans Vidya Mandir, Poochatty.


13.  Our students were crowned the First Runner Up in the CBSE Cluster XI Athletic Meet. 12 students of our school have proved their mettle and have qualified for the Nationals. They are-

  • Aagney Sonith Manakkat (Std VIII)
  • Akshat Krishnakumar (Std VIII)
  • T R Nakul (VIII)
  • Akshay Shivaprasad (VII)
  • Arjun Venugopal (VII)
  • Alphonsa Stessa Siby (VIII)
  • Alisha Ansho (VII)
  • Jovita P Joy (XII)
  • Devna G Raj (XII)
  • Devika G Raj(XII)
  • Devapriya S Menon (XII)
  • Elna Elizabeth Praveen (XI)

Elna Elizabeth Praveen and Jovita P Joy were awarded the Individual Championship.

14. In the All Kerala Bhavan’s Youth Festival, our school won many prizes and attained the Third position in category IV and Fourth position in Category V.

15. We are proud to inform you that our students proved their excellence in the SOF Olympiads by winning  the Gold Medal of Excellence.

16. Mr. Shiby Chacko of the Department of Physical Education was part of the Cricket team that emerged Runner Up in the TCC Legend Cup. He represented Team Solo XI in the Tripunithara Legends Cricket League 2022 and won the Runner Up trophy. 

17. In the Kerala State Master’s Athletic Championship, Ms. Swapna Paul (Department of Physical Education) won the Silver Medal for 100 mts. and 200 mts. Race. She also secured the gold medal in 100 m Race and the silver medal in Long Jump in the 41st Kerala State Malayali Master’s Athletic Meet.

18. Ms Veena V S, Faculty, Department of Physical Education won the Best Teacher’s Group Trophy and the Best Country Runner Trophy in Vidyodaya Camp organised by Vidyodaya School, Thevakkal.

19. Ms. Anitha M J (Faculty Department of Physics) was awarded the Best Teacher Coordinator for Science Olympiad Foundation.

20. An article written by Smt. Priya Don Thomas, Librarian on the topic ‘Experiantial learning through innovative services; Evolving libraries in tandem with the times’ was published in the Conference Proceedings of the National Conference on Documentation Science and Information Management.

      21. Articles penned by teachers and students of our school were brought to limelight through the pages of Times of India NIE Programme.



  • Varsha Varma of Std XI won the First Prize in the Nadhanirjari Competition organised by Vidyodaya School.
  • S R Bhagyasree of Std. VIII secured First Prize for Vartasamayaha, Sanskrit news reading, in the Inter-School Literary Competition held by Vidyodaya School.
  • In the NOVICE NOVELLA NOUVEAU Inter School Literary cum Art Competition conducted by Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Amulya Thomas and Aparna Miya Vinod of VIII secured the First position in the Junior Category.
  • U Meenakshi of Std.VII won the First position in the ‘Thulavarsha Pacha’ and second position in the Kavitharamam’ Malayalam Recitation Competitions.She has also won 17 prizes in the Karayogam Competition.
  • The school carol team won the Second prize in the Carol Singing Competition conducted by Mary Matha Public School.
  • QUIZ
  •  Lavanya Rajan of  Std XII and C M Meenakshi Prabhu of Std XI emerged as winners in the Inter School Bhavan’s Quiz Aurorae 2022 conducted by Bhavan’s Adarsha Vidyalaya, Kakkanad .
  • Priyansh Nair and Abhinav A of Std VIII  won the Second Prize in Arcana, a quiz competition organised by Bhavan’s Munshi Vidyashram, Thiruvamkulam.
  • Priyansh Nair and Shivanandan of Std. VIII secured Third position in the Junior Category of QUIZZOBUZZ organised by Bhavan’s Vidya Mandir, Elamakkara.
  • Priyansh Nair of Standard VIII and Yadhukrishna Marar of Standard IX secured the second prize in the Samasya Quiz organised by NIT, Calicut.  
  • In the Zee Mind Wars Quiz competition Shanthanu S of Std VIII and Sidharth V Gopal of Std VI secured the First position and Shivnandan of Std VIII and Diya Ramaseshan Std VIII secured the second position.
  • Varun V of Std XII and P Nithish of Std IX won the First Prize for the Techno Wiz II in the Fresco competition conducted by Rajagiri Christu Jayanthi School.


  •  The paintings of Jannette John (Std.X) and Gayathri Rupesh (Std.IX) were selected as Best Entries from the State in the competition conducted by the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Govt. of India.
  •  In the Fabula Competition conducted by Rajagiri Christu Jayanthi, Vedapoorna of IX and Gayathri Roopesh of IX won the First Prize in the Art Palette Collage.



The school has always been taking initiatives to get the best talent in the sports arena. In the field of Athletics our athletes have brought laurels to the school.

  • Aagney Sonith Manakkat secured First position in the Under 14 Boys 50m, in the junior Athletic Meet held at Kozhikode. He also participated in the National Athletic Meet, Guwahati, representing the Kerala Junior Team.
  •  In the Ernakulam District Athletic Meet our students put up an exemplary performance.

1. In the Medley Relay Under 18 Girls First position was bagged by our team consisting of Devapriya S Menon, Devna G Raj, Devika G Raj, Jovita P (XII).

2. Jovita P Joy (XII) secured the Second position in the 800 Meter race.

3. Devika G Raj (XII) bagged the Second position in the 100 meter race.

4. Elna Elizabeth Praveen (XI) bagged the First position in the Discus throw and stood Second in Shot put.

5. Our Under 14 boys bagged the First position in the 4x100 meter relay. Team members are Akshay Shivaprasad, (VII), Akshat Krishnakumar (VIII), Agney Sonit Manakkat (VII), T R Nakul (VIII).

6. For the under 14 girls 4x100 meters relay, our girls team comprising Aiswarya Suraj Nair, Sithara Haridas, Sanjana Rajeesh, Alphonsa Stessa Siby of VIII bagged the second position.

7. Our relay team made us proud by winning the 4x100 meters relay for under 18 girls.They also secured First in 4x100 meters relay (senior Girls) in the Mar Athanasius Athletics Championship 2022-23.

8. In the Triathlon for Under 14 Girls, Sanjana Rajeesh secured the Second position.

9. Our school bagged the Second position in the Under 14 category (Girls) and Third position in the Under 18 category (Girls).

? In the Mar Athanasius Athletics Championship 2022-23 our students won many prizes;

1. Sanjana Rajesh (VIII) – First in Long Jump, 200mts & 100 meters 

2. Aagney Sonit Manakkat (VIII) – First in 100 meters 

3. Devapriya S Menon (XII) – First in Long Jump 

                              4. Cebin E Erney (XI) – First in Long Jump 

5. Elna Elizabeth (XI) – First in Shotput Junior Girls.

6. Devika G Raj (XII) – First in 100 meters  and 200 meters

7. Devna G Raj (XII) - First in 400 meters  and second in 200 meters

                                          8. Rohan Roy (X) - Second in 100 meters

9. Sreenanda Somanathan (IX) – Second in 100 meters

                 10. Jovita P Joy (XII) - Second in 400 meters Senior Girls.

                                         11. Dev G Raj (X) – Second in 800 meters Junior Boys.

    12. Alphonsa Stessa Siby (VIII) – Second in 200 meters and 2nd in 4x100 meters Junior Girls.

13. Nehal George (XII) – Second in Discus throw boys.

14. Aagney Sonith Manakkat, Akshat Krishnakumar, T R Nakul, Akshay Shivaprasad (VIII) – First in 4x100 meters relay Sub- Junior Boys.

15. Sidharth S, Yogish Rameshkumar P, Abhishek K R, Anandakrishnan A (XII) – Second in 4x100 meter relay.

16. Pranav, Rohan Roy, Ashish Chandran, Jashan Prathul (X) – Second in 4x100 meters relay .

17. Alphonsa Stessa Siby, Sanjana Rajesh, Aiswarya Sooraj, Sithara (VIII) – 4x100 meters relay under 14 girls.

?       In the Mar Athanasius Badminton Championship our school won the Overall Trophy and our players, Nihan Hari, Abhishek K R, and Niranjan Arun were awarded a cash prize of Rs. 10,000

? In the RBC Shuttle Badminton Tournament

                                          1. Abhishek KR won the First Prize in the Under 17 category.

2. Nihan Hari of standard IV got the Second Prize in the Under 11 Category. Arjun Sajith and Harshavardhan Harish secured the Second prize in the under 13 Doubles.

?       In the All Kerala Zest Junior Open Badminton Championship, Nihan Hari of Std. IV  won the First Runners Up Under 11 Boys category.

? Jovita P Joy (XII) was selected as the Man of the Match in the Kho-Kho Competition conducted by Kho- Kho Federation of India.

? In the Inter-School Football and BasketBall Tournament held at Gregorian Public School Bazith Biju (XII) was adjudged the Player of the Match.

? Our girls Kho-Kho Team won the CBSE Cluster XI Kho- Kho Tournament. Jovita P Joy (XII) was awarded the Best Player Trophy and Devapriya S Menon was awarded the Best Defender Trophy. The Kho-Kho team boys won the Second Runner Up Trophy. Dev G Raj was awarded the Best Defender Trophy.

? The school’s Girls Football Team won the MGM Inter-School Football Tournament organised by MGM Public School, Kandanad.




We are proud to announce that the Eighth batch of our Senior division of NCC is functioning with the same vigour and enthusiasm. Our students participated in the All Wing Annual Training Camp and Anna Zachariah (XII) was adjudged as the Second Best Cadet in the Senior Wing.


The library, the central hub of our school, is a repository of knowledge which stores the energy to fuel imagination. Our school library currently is home to more than 13000 books, 17 magazines and 5 newspapers that cater to the informational needs of our staff and students at both primary and secondary levels. The NDLI Club has been a hive of activities this year. Student representatives from classes VI to XII under the leadership of Ishani B Karun of Standard IX conducted various literary and reading related activities.


? ‘Kalabharathi Annex, a new cultural wing to promote and propagate various art forms among students started functioning in the school.

? ‘Projwalanam’ – Ideate to Innovate, a tie up with Adi Sankara Group of Institutions was inaugurated. The students are mentored periodically.

? Our school became a part of Anti- Narcotics Club, ‘Yodhav’, a government initiative to raise awareness about the supply, use and spread of drugs and to fight against drug abuse.

?       Our school has been chosen as one among 200 schools across India to be part of the Creative Intelligence Mentorship Programme initiated by  Rapsody Foundation. The programme is running under the alliance with the World’s top creative brains from Harvard University, Stanford, Oxford, IITs, HCL,OLA etc. All students from Grade VI to XII will receive global mentorship through a globally acclaimed online platform  named KRUU.  


Parent Teacher Meetings are conducted after every exam to appraise parents about their wards’ performance and discuss how we can go hand in hand to help make our students better learners and good citizens.


The resource room is an initiative to provide guidance to students who need special care and attention. A well trained Counsellor and Special Educators  help the students with their emotional, psychological and educational needs.


? The Principal, Vice-Principal and all subject teachers attended various workshops in their respective subjects conducted by CBSE and other organisations on NEP and Teaching Methodology.

? Principal Smt Parvathy E is the resource person for multiple subjects under the COE, CBSE.

? Vice Principal Smt. Indrani Haridasan was the Resource Person for the Capacity Building Programme organised by COE, CBSE on the topic 'Cyber Safety & Security'.

?      Smt. Priya Don Thomas, Librarian was the resource person for the students of Rajagiri College of Social Science on Career Prospects in Library Sciences’.

? The school was the host to the Capacity Building Programmes,conducted by COE, Thiruvananthapuram on Life Skills and workshops on core subjects.

?      Our teachers attended a certificate course titled School Innovation Ambassador Programme organised by CBSE in collaboration with MOE (Ministry of Education).

? Shikshan Bharathi Evaluation (of the scholastic and co-scholastic areas) was conducted under the able guidance of Smt. Sukumari Menon, Education Officer, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kochi Kendra.


                       The following events were hosted by our school.


? Merit Evening, ‘ ANARGHASANGAMAM’ , was conducted to felicitate the toppers of SSCE and SSE 2022.

? UDAAN, The Inter School Innovation Challenge was conducted successfully by our school. Various schools across Ernakulam participated.

? Keeping in mind the statement ‘Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country has’, we conduct health check-ups every year for the students of classes I to XII to ensure good health and hygiene among students.

? The Inter-School Chess League was held in our school. Two of our students emerged as winners; Priyanka Rajan of Std VI  bagged the First prize in the UP Girls category and Bryan Bestin of Std III won the Third Prize in the LP Boy’s category.

? On the occasion of our 75 years of glorious Independence, 'Vande Mataram’- a drama depicting the story of India's fight for freedom by The Apple Cart Theatre was staged in the school.

?  The school participated in the largest virtual group song event in India, ‘Amrit Geet’ in which more than 75,000 students from across Kerala participated on the virtual platform and this effort was recorded by India Book of Records.

? Vimukti, the anti-narcotic wing of the school organised Ottan Thullal by Sri Jayaraj V, Excise Preventive Officer , Tripunithura.

? Our school successfully organised Svapasya 2022, Ektara- Inter School Music Fest. Schools in and around Ernakulam District participated. .

?  Dr. K M Munshi Memorial Inter-School Athletic Meet was successfully conducted in our school and 41 schools with 1537 students from all over Kerala participated.Aagney Sonit Manakkat of Std VIII created a new meet record in 100m in the Under 14 boys category.


? As part of the 14th Cultural Outreach Programme, Nepathya Centre for Excellence in Koodiyattam presented ‘Koodiyattom’ on the story ‘Jadayu Vadham’.

? Kathakali demonstration and lecture was held by SpicMacay for students of VI, IX, X and XII

? ‘Kangyarkali’ the folk dance ritual of the district of Palakkad was performed by Madathil Bhaskaran Ashanand his group in school.


? The Kalakshethra block and the wash area near the canteen were renovated,  pathways and pavilion were paved with interlocking tiles.

? Separate toilet for children with special needs has been constructed in the school.

 ? A ramp has been constructed in the Primary Block.

? Parking area for the teachers is paved with tiles.

?   A new high jump bed was added to the sports equipment.



?     The school was the Examination Centre of SSCE and SSE 2022 examinations and was also the center for evaluations in the subjects of English, Mathematics and Malayalam.

?     Our school is the Hub lead school with 5 schools under it.

?     Skill Hub Initiative- Our school has been given the title Skill Initiative School by CBSE, with the aim of facilitating and making education more relevant and creating an industry fit skilled workforce.

?       The School Innovation Council, comprising educators, students and experts from various industries, was formed.


Students of classes 6 to 12 were given awareness sessions on varied subjects in the course of the year which would empower them to face the challenges in life.


The Student Exchange programme with Queen Elizabeth Grammar School Kent, which has been stalled for two years due to Covid 19, will start in 2024. The team from our school, comprising teachers and students, will visit the school Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Faversham, Kent,UK, as part of the Programme For Educational And Cultural Exchange(PEACE).

                       NEWS PAPER IN EDUCATION (NIE)

The NIE Programme was conducted for the students of VI to X under the auspices of The Hindu and Times of India.


Only a life lived in the service to others is worth living.  As a noble gesture to instil the value of kindness towards fellow beings, the students of std V were taken to Sneha Sadanam, an Old age Home in Tripunithura.They distributed provisions collected from the students of std 4 and 5. Learning materials were distributed to a few needy students staying in our locality. Our students and staff donated clothes and blankets to  Adivasi Village at Wayanad.


No school can work well for children if parents and teachers do not act in partnership on behalf of the children's best interests. The PTA is functioning effectively under the able guidance of the PTA president Smt. Greeshma Udayan. We are obliged to them for their relentless support and guidance in all our endeavours.

The activities undertaken by them were

1. PTA distributed payasam to all students, teaching and non teaching staff of the school on the occasion of Onam

2. PTA sponsored the prizes given to the toppers in Anarghasangamam- Merit Evening 2022.

3. PTA sponsored jerseys  for the school athletic team.

4. PTA was kind enough to sponsor the amount of third AC (up and down) for the Kho Kho team who had gone to the National Kho Kho Championship in Punjab.

5. We are grateful to our PTA for sponsoring the prizes worth Rs 10000 for the Annual Day.




No distance of place or lapse of time can lessen the bond of those who are thoroughly aware of each other’s worth. One thing that makes an institution great is the friendships and memories created in the portals of the school. The Alumni Meet was held on 11 December 2022. Ex-students from across the batches were present. Around 200 alumni members participated. A friendly football match was also organised. The alumni have sponsored sports equipment to our school.


Innovation is the change that unlocks new values which leads to success. We continue to strive towards innovation and for that the latest practices in the field of education are being continuously incorporated.

This report is much more than a statement of the school’s activities and achievements in the last academic year. It is a reflection of the school ethos, an expression of the conviction and faith with which we pursue our goals and the very spirit with which we at present work.

At this juncture, I thank the Chairman, Director, Education and Research Wing,  the other members of the management committee, SMC and  the PTA whose prompt assistance and cooperation, encourage us to take this institution to greater heights. Let me place on record my deep appreciation to the untiring efforts of the committed team, the teaching and non-teaching staff of our school for discharging their duties in the best possible way. We are grateful to all the parents for their unswerving faith in us in transforming their children into responsible global citizens.

Live your life each day as you would climb a mountain

An occasional glance towards the summit keeps the goal in mind,

but many beautiful scenes are to be observed

from each new vintage point.

Thank you





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