Bhavans Smart Indian School celebrates Gandhi Jayanthi

Monday, October 7, 2019

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as the Father of Nation, was born on 2nd October 1989 and every year, his birthday is commemorated as Gandhi Jayanti. Gandhiji was a pioneer of peace and non-violence. He played a crucial role in India’s freedom struggle. Focusing this, the school conducted various activities for the children. The staff and students were cladded in Khadi dress to symbolize unity in the celebration of this day. The ambience filled the minds with sacrifice, peace and selfless care rendered by this greatest person.

The Kindergarten wing of Bhavans Smart Indian School celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with enthusiasm and fervor. Bhavans paid him homage in the most befitting way possible. The day started with an assembly conducted by KG2 Capricorn to inform everyone about the importance of this day. The assembly showcased a skit on the life of Gandhiji and the Dandi march and also had a dance performance. The performances were executed well and the children were exuberant throughout. The assembly highlighted Gandhiji’s principles and teachings. The tiny tots were also shown slide shows of the movement and the freedom struggles led by Gandhiji.

The Primary Wing also conducted celebration to honour the day. The students of grade 5 led a special assembly which showcased the elaborative side of the struggle incurred upon Gandhiji and Indians to free India from British Raj. The assembly was conducted by the children skilfully that the program contained songs that spoke on liberation, skit which elucidated Dandi March and Non-violence Movement. Few students were also involved in cleaning the campus to echo the voice of our leader as well as to honor the words of present India’s Prime Minister – Shri. Narendra Modi. The students were thoroughly enlightened on issues of the long gone days. The bulletin boards of other classes were also filled with the quotes and great works of Gandhiji. The teachers had a photo session to show the team spirit on this noble day.

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