The inherent pride in being an Indian was evident as Sri Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka Sector 18 celebrated the 63rd Republic Day.
Shri Rajpal ji, Founder Chairman Sri VIS was the Chief Guest for the occasion. The Guests of Honour were Mr Sailander Solanki, Chairman SVIS and Mr Kamal Solanki, Director Finance, VIS Sec 10.The Principal Ms Nita Arora welcomed all the guests with a floral accord and exhorted the students to uphold the ideals of the constitution, thereby becoming true citizens of the nation.
The Guests received the Guard of Honour and unfurled the National Flag marking the beginning of the celebrations. As they released the tri-coloured balloons, the patriotic fervour took centre stage.
The school contingents marched displaying poise with aplomb as a mark of respect to the Indian tricolour. The young musicians voiced their partisan feelings through a patriotic song. The dancers took on the stage with their fusion music as they expressed their feelings, portraying the splendour of the country through their nimble moves.The school seemed to be a microcosm of the nation as the stage took a Rajpath like bearing with each performance resembling a tableau showcasing the vibrant diversity of the Indian culture.
Next, the dancers exhibited a unique dance form ‘Thaipusam’ taking all on a sojourn to the south, highlighting the cultural milieu which was followed by Bhangra. The programme culminated with the relentless spirit of celebration of Sri Venkateshwarites dancing to the tunes of ‘Jai Ho’.
Shri Rajpal ji congratulated the students on this great day with a message to the students to be the citizens of the world broadening their horizons. Headmistress Senior Wing Ms Priya Braria moved the vote of thanks.
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