Sri VIS, Dwarka reverberates with Vivaan 2011

On October 21, 2011 the portals of Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sector-18, Dwarka reverberated with joie de vivre as it celebrated its Annual ConcertVIVAAN’. The students surpassing expectations; took the audience to a world, where mysticism of the mythological amalgamated with the contemporary.

Shri Vineet Joshi, Chairman CBSE graced the occasion as the Chief Guest.  He found his vision of a complete educational system more or less reflected through the unfolding of the various segments of Vivaan.  He shared his vision of making education stress-free and more meaningful for the learners. He wished that all of us will continue to remain lifelong learners.

L-R: Gr. Capt. Ishwar Singh (Advisor Venkateshwar Group of Schools), 
Mrs. Nita Arora (Principal SVIS), Mr. Vineet Joshi (Chairman, CBSE), 
Mr. Sailander Solanki (Chairman SVIS)

 Sh Vineet Joshi, Chairman CBSe along with Shri Rajpal the founder Chairman,  Mr Sailander Solanki, the school Chairman, Mr Prem Chand Palety,  the Guest of Honour,  Gp Capt Ishwar Singh  Advisor, Venkateshwar Group of Schools, and Ms Nita Arora , the school Principal lighted the lamp of knowledge.

Some of the other dignitaries, who graced the occasion were Mr Rajiv Solanki-Chairman VGS,  Dr Nagender Solanki – Advisor,  Mr Mukesh Prasad, Mr  Kamal Solanki,  Mr Anupam Kishore Gakhar, Dr Kakraan.

The Principal welcomed all on the momentous occasion and also reiterated the commitment of the Sri VIS family to make education joyful and purposeful towards discovery of self.

The pageantry then started with the heart rending rhythmic beats of the orchestra; whose melody the `The Fangs Symphony-Version 2’ transported one across the lands to the mystic Arabian sands. One genre of beats led to the other as the nimble dancers took the stage grooving away to the lilting tunes of folklore from Haryana showcasing the cultural panorama of the nation, followed by a contemporary dance item, reflecting the dichotomy within and revival of hope.

Yet more mellifluous sounds pervaded the environs as the young sufi singers took the stage; reviving qawwali tradition; seeking divine intervention and blessings. The stellar performance garnered a hearty ovation from the audience for trying a niche of the most accomplished.

The Ballad `Dashavatar’ presented by the pre-primaries and primary students elucidated the blend of modernity with traditionalism in approach to life. The reincarnation of the avatars of Lord Vishnu took one back in time and recreated the oft quoted and presented need for the victory of the good over evil. The sheer elegance of the depiction of scenes and narratives, the nuances, the stances and the expressions highlighted the fine artistry of the young artistes. The larger than life props appeared custom made for the sequences and captivated the audiences.

The concept and its entire execution, was an In-House attempt of Sri VIS students and teachers, making it all the more educative besides being highly enjoyable.  The show saw mesmerizing light effects integrating the techies’ creations of backdrops and slides. Principal along with, Ms Shama Kapoor- HM Pre-Primary Wing, Ms Priya Braria HM,  Mr Harish Sharma Admn. Officer, Ms Malini Pandey Primary Coordinator, Mr Kishore, Mr Ajay, Mr Abhishek, Ms Renuka, Ms Navita, Ms Nidhi  Joshi, Ms Arti and the entire faculty and performers deserve accolades for the scintillating presentation and the learning imparted to the all members  of school, through the annual production.

 As the creative talents got a platform to exhibit their potential; it was also a time to give due credit to the outstanding achievers in the various scholastic and co-scholastic fields.  The CHAIRMAN’S TROPHY FOR LEADERSHIP was awarded to SHAUNAQ NARINDRA and the PRINCIPAL’S AWARD FOR OVERALL EXCELLENCE went to VISHU GUPTA. Besides these, the best vocalist, Soham Ray, best computer whiz kids- Abhimanyu Sharma, Apoorvo Chakraborty. The sportsperson, who represented the school in national games and brought laurels were also felicitated. Some of the stalwarts, who garnered glory at the national level, are Pranav Suri in skating, Akshansh Solanki in swimming, Shivani Sharma in yoga.  Aarushi Bhasin, the YMCA best Swimmer and Delhi State Junior champ, Kanika Yadav- the star athlete and Mishthi Jain the artist of the year, Prithvi Chauhan-the scientific brain and Sanyam Jain-the best drummer were also felicitated.

After the sojourn to the mythological era, all were transported back to the present through the eclectic display of the rhythmic dancers. Once again a wide array of dances graced the stage, showcasing Hip Hop, Ballroom and Salsa styles with elan and poise.

With the foot tapping dances, the show came to an end leading to the beginning of the season of festivities. ` Vivaan’ celebrated the essence of life touching on its various hues through the medium of dance and music hoping to permeate the joyousness in each heart.

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