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Date: 22nd April, 2024 On 22nd April, 2024, the students of Class X A organized a special assembly at school in honor of World Earth Day. The assembly featured an inspiring speech highlighting the importance of environmental conservation and sustainable practices by one of the students. This was followed by a captivating dance performance focused...
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The 75th Republic Day was celebrated with great pomp and show. Miss. Utkarsha More, the President of the Governing Students Council, expressed her views and ideas about present scenario, the future of the growing generation and our developing nation. Children sang a mashup of patriotic songs to boost the spirit of patriotism.
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Date: 27th December, 2023 The Government of India has decided to commemorate 26th December as “Veer Baal Diwas” every year to pay homage to the great valour and supreme sacrifice of Sahibzada Zorawar Singh and Sahibzada Fateh Singh, the younger sons of tenth Sikh-Guru Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji, for their supreme and unparalleled sacrificed...
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Christmas is the festival which inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. Christmas celebration was held on 23rd December 2023, in the Mahatma International School [C.B.S.E]. The school was beautifully decorated and everybody was dressed in festive dresses. The program started with an information about Christmas and why is it celebrated; Melodious carols sung by...
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Date: 9th November, 2023 Diwali, the festival of lights, represents victory of goodness- light, over evil- dark. It is celebrated by decorating houses, exchanging sweets and bursting crackers. At school, children wore colourful traditional attires, decorated the school with handmade paper lanterns, painted diyas and rangolis. Homemade sweets were exchanged among them.
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Date: 21st October, 2023 Garba is a dance that honors, worships, and celebrates the feminine form of divinity. Traditionally, the dance is performed by women in a circle around a clay lantern with a light inside, called a garbha deep (“womb lamp”). Symbolically, the lantern is a symbol of the body, within whom the flame,...
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Date: 05 September, 2023 “Teachers are those who help find straights wipe away tears, overpower demons and concurred fears”. On the 5th of September 2023, students of class X put up a show with dances, songs, skits, self-written poetry recitation, stand up comedy and speeches dedicated to their teachers as part of Teachers’ Day celebration....
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Onam, the harvest festival of Kerala is celebrated wherever there is a Malyali. It’s a ten-day festivity marked by various customs and traditions which includes Pookalam-The flower carpet, Onasandhya- The elaborate feast, Vallam kali- The famous boat race and so on, showcasing the rich culture of Kerala. *गुरुर्ब्रह्मा गुरुर्विष्णु र्गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः गुरु साक्षात परब्रह्मा तस्मै...
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