Annual function Shraddha 4 (20.1.16 & 21.1.16)

Annual Function 2015-16 “Shraddha-4”

20th& 21st Jan. ‘16

Annual Function “Shraddha-4”was celebrated on 20th & 21st January,2016 to commemorate the Foundation Day of the school. Development Minister Shri SudarshanBhagat graced the occasion as the Chief Guest on 20th January. The programme started with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest followed by the mesmerizing performances of the students of Std I and II. Vandana, Indian Fusion dance covering major dances of the sub-continent & the skit depicting the various roles performed by Lord Ganesha and Lord Krishna gave the feel of the richness of the Indian culture, music and dance. Programs related to children inquisition and exploration, ‘The Jungle boy’ , ‘Mowgli’, ‘Heroes’(girls’ dance group named after SaniaMirza, SainaNehwal, Mary Com and the other female Indian sports stars) left the audience spellbound. The staging of ‘Maa’, a program by the tiny toddlers depicted the sacrifice every mother makes in raising her children & how roughly she is treated when she grows old, lean and invalid. Another program presented the beauty of Nature- earth, sky, air, fire & water messaging how important it is to maintain the ecological balance. The National Song  by the small children moved the whole audience on patriotic tune.

The two day long Annual Function “Shraddha-4” came to a grand conclusion on 21st January, 2016 with the performances of the twinkling stars of KG I & KG II of the school. The second day of the program started with lighting of the lamp by Hon’ble Chief Guest noted educationist Dr. DineshanandGoswami, Ex- President ABVP &  BJP along with Guest of Honour, Senior Journalist Mr. Harinarayan Singh, (ex- editor the Hindustan) and presently editor of ‘AazadSipahi’.

Cent per cent primary students participated in the programme& parents were deeply swayed & enthralled on the tunes of songs like Rise & Shine & Krishna Leela etc. This was followed by play based on the background of Nepal, Dreamazika  based on imaginative dreams of little ones, Shardiya, a tribute to the Divine Mother Durga and “Exotica” a colorful program depicting the beauty of nature. The visitors were mesmerized with the caliber & poise of the students.