Ajay Verma (The Mirror Time)
on November 18 and 19 with fervor and exuberance. The glimmering lights and whimsical decor emulated a dreamy vibe and added to the charm of the celebration. The function was graced by school management and other esteemed dignitaries.
The program commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp followed by the rendition of Shabad which escalated the ambiance with spiritual vibes.
It was followed by a ‘heart-warming’ welcome dance to greet the charming presence of guests. The Principal of the school, Mr. Rajesh Rai mentioned the achievements of the school and read out the annual report of the school.
The students presented a choreography related to ‘Fat to fit’ giving the message of fitness and a healthy lifestyle. The students of grade 2 rocked the stage with their fusion dance performance. It was followed by performances on Bhangra and Qawwali which thrilled the audience. The major attraction was the Tollywood dance performance by grade 5 and 6 students as it was a perfect blend of dance, drama, action, and comedy. The shimmery silken ensembles and vibrant hues added to the vividness of the performances.
Watching little kids performing hip-hop made the audience ecstatic.
The students also presented a Hindi play ‘Intezaar’ in which parents’ unconditional love towards their children was highlighted and an English play ‘The Bishop’s Candlesticks’ by Norman McKinnel which exemplified that love and benevolence can transform a person into a good being rather than violence. The students also displayed their taekwondo skills. The scintillating performances by our students awestruck the audience.The function ended with a vote of thanks by Simrandeep kaur of class X.
The same charm was witnessed on the second day of the celebration.
The fiesta was marked by exotic performances on Western singing, malwai giddha which was performed by boys with immense energy. The other attractions were save wildlife act, western orchestra, folk singing and mime. Even the girls performed luddi with zestful steps.
An English Play ‘ The merchant of Venice’ by William Shakespeare was about the conflict between self- interest and love. It also showed strong compassion.
The highlight of the program was giddha which reflected the rich culture of Punjabi weddings and the audience was enthralled by their power-packed performance. The symphonious cadence of the Punjabi musical instruments was bliss to witness and it underlined the cherished culture of Punjab. The evening also witnessed felicitation to sports and academic achievers. The Principal, Mr. Rajesh Rai expressed his heartfelt gratitude to all for making it a grand success. He applauded the unwavering efforts of the students and wished them for a bright future.
The function concluded with a vote of thanks by Bhoomika of class X.