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Intra National Day

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Intra National Day 

“Schools are natural magnets for community activities”

 

The 'Seven Sisters' of India which include Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland, and Tripura are home to breath taking terrains, exotic flora and fauna, and rich cultural heritage. These 'Seven Sister' states are connected to mainland India through the Siliguri Corridor. Seven Sisters is part of the Sussex Heritage Coast and features multiple layers of archaeology and history, revealing glimpses of the people who have lived here in the past. There's an assortment of burial sites, defensive structures, abandoned settlements, agricultural features and historic navigation aids. The Seven Sister States of North East India are an unmatched paradise on the planet. The family of 7 sister gems is located in one of the most attractive and beautiful regions of the country. 

Celebrating cultural programme provides the school with an opportunity to showcase its achievements. It also gives students an opportunity to hone their various talents and interact with their teachers in a more informal environment.  Such functions are also organised to exhibit students’ talent, remove their stage fear, boost up confidence and teach them teamwork. 

Aiming at this, an Intra National Day Celebration was held in our school on 31/12/2021 on the theme “Seven Sisters of India”. Cultural dances and exhibitions were the important features of this event, where Grade I – IX learners performed dances related to each state. An exhibition was also organised where the learners displayed information related to the seven sisters in a very creative and artistic way. 

Iconic, beautiful, serene, and restoring. Just a few words that you might use to describe Seven Sisters.

The event began with the introduction and welcoming of the dignitaries and guests of honour. Traditional way of beginning any function is lamp lighting and prayer. So, dignitaries and the Guests were welcomed on the stage for lamp lighting and prayers.

All the invitees were welcomed by all the participants through the welcome dance performance. Then grades from I to IX presented the cultural dance of Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Assam respectively. After the magnificent performance, last but not the least, a closing ceremony dance was performed by all the participants to give a message of a happy ending. The cultural programme ended after the vote of thanks and National Anthem. All the dignitaries, guests and parents headed towards the exhibition and gathered an ocean of knowledge from the learners about the Seven Sisters.