February 28th is celebrated as National Science Day every year in our country. It marks the discovery of the Raman Effect by Sir C V Raman on 28 Feb 1928.
The focal theme of 2014 is ‘ Fostering Scientific Temper’. What is Scientific Temper? It can be described as a way of looking, observing, questioning, testing, analysing, experimenting and being open to new changes. It is ‘a search for truth and new knowledge’ as our erstwhile Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru put it. It is also one of the fundamental duties of Indian citizens.
We thought for our February calendar it would be apt to look anew at a creature that lives in our house and evokes mixed feelings in us. Yes, we applied some amount of scientific temper on the lizard and we are wonderfully surprised with our results. Have a look!
This series of calendars is conceived by our team and designed by the excellent people at Lady Fingers.
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Right Click on the file and “Set as Desktop Background”
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