Exotic India….Vibrant India

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An Exhibition In our multicultural society we need to instill and enforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, compassion and patriotism in our children. Celebrating festivals in school is an effort to sensitize students towards living in harmony in a diverse society.


Keeping in view that these cultural events create an indelible mark on the impressionable minds of children, DPS M R Nagar, Nursery Wing organized a cultural extravaganza in the form of an exhibition titled Vibrant India on the 16th November 2011. The effervescent exhibition became all the more dazzling with the benign presence of Mrs. Kashmeera Padia, President Vrinda Club as the Guest of Honour. Also present were Mrs. M Tyagaraj and Mrs. Madhu Kumar, Vice Presdent, Vrinda Club as Special Guests.


It was a visual kaleidoscopic tour of the diverse, multicultural India, with tiny tots depicting the festivals in their unique, authentic style. The exhibition by way of charts, models, musical medleys, dance and synchronized choreography highlighted that Religion and spirituality are an integral part of Indian culture and cannot be separated from it. Diwali, the festival of lights was presented on the first stall. From Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj the little children had loads of information to share.  Thereafter the sojourn to the rich traditional India showcased the birth of Jesus and festivities of Holi, the festival of colours.
The guests had high words of appreciation for the kids and their mentors. Sewain, a cuisine specially served on Eid and Langar Prasad during Gurupurab were also served to the guests. The mesmerizing performances in the form of Holika- Prahlad skit and breathtaking Lath mar Holi overwhelmed the guests as well as the audience. Mrs. Jayashri Sharma, Vice Principal, DPS M R Nagar rounded off the event with a Vote of Thanks for the graceful guests, guide teachers and above all the inspiring Leader, Dr. G P Pandey, Principal, DPS M R Nagar.

 

The exhibition was then opened for the parents.  Through such programmes, children at DPS M R Nagar are taught to learn to use their thinking ability and skills to work for a safe and better world and to live in harmony with their fellow beings.