Kuwait Indian School Celebrated World Peace Day

Tuesday, October 8, 2019

“Peace is not absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means”.

Kuwait Indian School, Kuwait celebrated World Peace Day on 22nd September 2019 to commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation and the great leader who taught us to win the world with peace and love. The programme commenced with a strong pledge that peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding. The children from all classes gathered in the school ground by holding white balloons and ribbons in their hands, depicting the theme convincingly. They exhibited different posters and charts to state the relevance of peace in the contemporary world. Principal Mrs. Sabahat Khan addressed the children and reminded them about the importance and need of ‘peace’ in today’s world. She emphasized the need to follow the great lessons of Gandhiji, his moral values and ideologies to build a new beautiful world of unity and brotherhood.







Green Hands Environmental team joined to add more colours to the programme. Senior teachers welcomed them by giving bouquets. Dr. Samia Hamad Al-Saiden, Head of Green Hands Environmental team addressed the children and stimulated them with her words regarding peace. She gifted two Olive plants as a symbol of peace. Mr.Fouad , Green Hands Environmental consultant inspired the children by underlying the significance of peace by stating peace - the need of the hour.







Principal Mrs. Sabahat Khan and Dr. Samia Hamad together released the white pigeons to symbolize the spreading of peace and love everywhere. Principal thanked the entire Green Hands team members for joining and gifted a hand painting as a token of gratitude.

The programme ended with a strong promise to spread love and peace around and to understand the importance of creating and maintaining peace in our life.



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