“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”-        Nelson Mandela

Delhi Public school celebrated its ‘Annual Day’- Sarvadharm Sambhav on November 13, 2019 with great elation and gusto. The school annual day is the celebration and recognition of the students and provides opportunity to exhibit the innate talent in them. It's also a time for team work and being proud of what the school stands for and believes in core competence.

The atmosphere was uplifted with streamers festooned from the entrance leading through the hallway to the Open-Air Theatre. The lush green meadow of the school ground revitalized the Annual Theme ‘150 Years of Celebrating the Mahatma’ as well the philosophies of Gandhiji through the cut- outs and posters. India is one of the most religiously and ethnically diverse nations in the world, with some of the most deeply religious societies and cultures. Festivals are a chance to whole people of the country and world to work and connect for a cause. So that it spreads brotherhood, faith, love, sense of respect and duty amongst the people. That's why festivals are important occasions that have to be celebrated peacefully and without harming others emotions and beliefs. Depicting the theme ‘Sarvadharm Sambhav’, the children of class II and III showcased the four major festivals celebrated in our country.

The entire play was reverberating the notion embodying the equality of the destination of the paths followed by all religions. ‘Sarvadharm Sambhav’ was enlightened exquisitely through the play, where the history of Holi, Christmas, Eid, Baisakhi and Ganesh Chaturthi was portrayed in a magnificent array of aesthetic sensibilities, personal perspectives, and cultural experiences.

The children staged the play with confidence, energy and dedication to perform. The dance of Radha and Krishna, Santa and the elves, Parvathi and Shiva, Bhangra and Eid dance left the audience astounded. The live music and songs sung throughout the play were mesmerising and spread harmony in the minds of audience. The show endeavoured to lay emphasis on ‘Invoke Oneness’ among all and respect each other.

The use of props is a work of art in the world of theatre the prop and stage setting aided the viewers to focus more to the play. The play culminated with the grand finale where the whole notion of the play was sieved into casing with flaunting music.  The audience stayed glued to their seat throughout the show and enjoyed the scintillating performance by the children.

After a couple of month’s hard work, the play was showcased, where it provided an opportunity to the children to develop the sense of individuality and to perform well with confidence.

Through his address, the Headmaster, Mr. Ahamad Azad expressed gratitude to all the parents for their constant support extended towards our school to stimulate excellence in every sphere of human endeavour and raise them as future citizens to become global leaders of the emerging society to spread peace and harmony throughout the world.

"Oneness amongst men, the advancement of unity in diversity - this has been the core religion of India"      - Rabindranath Tagore

Added on: 13 Dec 2019

Published by: School Admin