Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, Kannada Rajyotsava and Diwali Celebrations – 2015

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, Kannada Rajyotsava and Diwali Celebrations – 2015

Our school jointly celebrated Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, Karnataka Rajyothsava and Diwali with great enthusiasm on October 31, 2015 invoking God’s blessing on the programme through a prayer song.

The students of Class V emphasized on the significance of the celebration of the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas and of both the festivals that captured the spirit of the day.

The students enthralled the audience by dancing to the tunes of popular Kannada songs. A short video clipping on Cracker free Diwali was presented to motivate the children to keep our Mother Earth clean and pollution free. The Cultural programme generated a sense of pride and unity in the minds of the young children for being a part of our Indian Culture that is so rich and vibrant.

Mrs. Vidya Rai, senior teacher of the school organized the oath taking ceremony by making the students to take the Pledge in the true spirit of unification of our country.

The lower classes had their celebration separately with great vogue and grandeur on the same day. It was hosted by the students of Class II-A and II-B. The whole programme was conducted in Kannada language to show respect and love for the state. The programme commenced with a prayer service followed by a welcome dance. The students enlightened the Audience with the significance of Rajyotsava and Diwali. Then, a melodious song was sung by the students which glorified the beauty of Karnataka. The students also expressed the increasing need to avoid crackers and fireworks as it pollutes the environment. They enraptured the audience with their adorable dance performance. Diwali being a time of happiness and sharing, the students put forward a skit based on the value of sharing and sacrifice. The Chief Guest Ms Sunitha Louis, in her message, urged the students to be rays of happiness which will drive away the clouds of darkness.

Both the programmes ended with the State Anthem. It was indeed an educational journey for all, the audience and the participants.