I-Day celebrations across Delhi NCR schools

PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2015 08:13 PM IST 6 Photos
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The bonhomie was there. The spirit was there and the pledge was there in the Modern School fraternity on the occasion of Independence Day. Modern School, Barakhamba Road witnessed a plethora of activities including patriotic songs, moving speeches and a “roopak” (ballet), “Ab tumharey hawaley watan sathion” based on the valour of the soldiers who sacrifice their comfort and lives so that we can sleep well. (HT PACE)

The bonhomie was there. The spirit was there and the pledge was there in the Modern School fraternity on the occasion of Independence Day. Modern School, Barakhamba Road witnessed a plethora of activities including patriotic songs, moving speeches and a “roopak” (ballet), “Ab tumharey hawaley watan sathion” based on the valour of the soldiers who sacrifice their comfort and lives so that we can sleep well. (HT PACE)

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Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj conducted a special assembly which showcased a plethora of performances by the students that imbibed the spirit of Independence. Vibrant dance performance’s, thought provoking presentations and scintillating display by the school rock band added colour and profundity to the solemn occasion. (HT PACE)

Ryan International School, Vasant Kunj conducted a special assembly which showcased a plethora of performances by the students that imbibed the spirit of Independence. Vibrant dance performance’s, thought provoking presentations and scintillating display by the school rock band added colour and profundity to the solemn occasion. (HT PACE)

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Army Public School, Dhaula Kuan, celebrated the flavour of Independence with a special prayer, followed by a play, scripted and directed by Dramatics Society- Catharsis. The play reflected a scene of the partition of India and Pakistan, seen through the eyes of some lunatics who have been isolated due to religious differences. (HT PACE)

Army Public School, Dhaula Kuan, celebrated the flavour of Independence with a special prayer, followed by a play, scripted and directed by Dramatics Society- Catharsis. The play reflected a scene of the partition of India and Pakistan, seen through the eyes of some lunatics who have been isolated due to religious differences. (HT PACE)

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Presidium Ashok Vihar paid homage to known and unknown heroes of freedom struggle on the 69th Year of independence from British. (HT PACE)

Presidium Ashok Vihar paid homage to known and unknown heroes of freedom struggle on the 69th Year of independence from British. (HT PACE)

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Aster Public School, Mayur Vihar celebrated Independence Day by singing the National Anthem. Followed by a musical skit where students were dressed up as freedom fighters. The act left everyone mesmerized in the beat of Independence. (HT PACE)

Aster Public School, Mayur Vihar celebrated Independence Day by singing the National Anthem. Followed by a musical skit where students were dressed up as freedom fighters. The act left everyone mesmerized in the beat of Independence. (HT PACE)

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Guru Nanak Public School, Rajouri Garden, celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the students drew scenes of Independence Day. The dramatization encompassed a vibrant display interspersed with music and patriotic songs. (HT PACE)

Guru Nanak Public School, Rajouri Garden, celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm. The school echoed with patriotic fervour as the students drew scenes of Independence Day. The dramatization encompassed a vibrant display interspersed with music and patriotic songs. (HT PACE)

PUBLISHED ON SEP 19, 2015 08:13 PM IST
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