Friday, 25 January 2013

64th Republic Day, celebration!!!!




                      Republic Day, celebrated on January 26th every year, is one of India’s most important national events. It was on January 26th, 1950 that the constitution of India came in force and India became a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state.
                        On this day India finally enjoyed the freedom of spirit, rule of law and fundamental principle of governance. The patriotic fervour of the Indian people on this day brings the whole country together even in her embedded diversity.

Thus, in our school also we celebrated the 64th Republic Day with great splendour. We were honoured with the charisma of Sardar Jasbeer Singh ji (our treasurer sir) as our chief guest, accompanied by our esteemed secretary sir and principal ma’am.
The programme initiated with unfurling of the national flag followed by the national anthem.
Then onwards the students showed their magnificent march past, the pupil also presented a short and sweet skit on unity and secularism, the senior performed a patriotic dance, after that there was a motivational English speech by Mahima Khandelwal and a nationalistic Hindi speech by Deeksha Natani. How can we forget to praise our motherland, hence, with this passion our school choir presented a patriotic group song.
Then our senior students also presented a skit on peace and harmony.

At last, our Principal expressed her vote of thanks. 
So, we would end by saying that “In the face of impossible odds, people who love this country can change it.”

 

3 comments:

  1. This celebration event really encouraged me to think for my NATION.. I loved it, also i felt proud to hv these talented co-students in my School Campus.. God Bless..

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