Students of Jain Public Schools inspired kids on India’s rich cultural and historical heritage through a colorful cultural extravaganza at their 5th Annual Day ‘EN ELZA’ in Tadbund, Secunderabad on December 13.
Noted Novelist and Writer from Hyderabad, Karri Sriram launched the festivities as a Chief Guest by lighting the lamp. He was accompanied by JGI Jain Heritage COO Mr. Chandrashekar DP, and Academic Director Mrs. Lakshmi Rao.
The activities began with Jahan dal dal par, an invocation dance by students of grades V to X, lauding mother India as a golden bird with rich cultural values and integrity.
Through Rani Lakshmi Bai dance, LKG girls narrated the bravery of Rani Lakshmi Bai of Jhansi and how she fought against the Britishers. On other hand, grade V students showed the bravery of freedom fighter Bhagat Singh against the British rule in India through their dance.
Dance Aazadi by UKG students recounted how India got independence from the foreign rule of Britishers. The Malayalam Folk dance showed India’s post independence agricultural progress by grade III & IV girls.
Nursery students presented the dance Nanha munha rahi, showing every child of India being brave at heart and willing to sacrifice his life for the nation. The Dance, Josh Song by grade VI & VII, paid tribute to the country’s armed forces for their contribution to the nation’s safety & security.
LKG students dance, Robot Song shows India’s advances in the field of Science and Technology. The UKG students portrayed the rich cultural values of India, through dance, Cultural Fusion. Sports dance by grade I & II students heaps praise on different Indian sports personalities and the glory they brought to the nation.
Hindi political skit by grade VIII to X students, portrayed the functioning of Indian bureaucratic & political system and the power our Democracy accords to the common man. The concluding Dance, Transform India by students from LKG to grade X, shows how a common Indian can be transformed into a great personality of the Indian history, it conveys the message that to transform the nation into better place, the people of the nation need to change.