“The 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' means elixir of energy of independence; elixir of inspirations of the warriors of freedom struggle; elixir of new ideas and pledges; and elixir of Aatmanirbharta."
                                                                                                                - Shri Narendra Modi

Indian School Sohar celebrated the 76th Independence Day of India with enthusiasm and grandeur on 15th August, 2022. This special occasion of the 75th anniversary stirred the feeling of patriotism and reminded the audience about the sacrifices of the great freedom fighters of the country through various programmes.

The programme began with the prayer song 'Tujhe Namaami Ho' paying tribute to the motherland. The tiny tots performed a dance, which brought out patriotism, belongingness, love and pride towards our nation.

Ms. Sanchita Verma, Principal, addressed the gathering and expressed that our students represent the hope and optimism of India and their enthusiasm and energy will contribute to the growth and development of the country.

The junior choir sang a melodious and inspiring patriotic song, O Bharat Ma. The song truly depicted one’s love for the country. On behalf of the students, Aneesh Praful Kadam, Cultural Captain Student Council delivered an elevating speech on this auspicious occasion. The symphony of Vadya Vrind was in essence, a balanced blend of a high degree of coordination, sequencing, order and teamwork. This was beautifully played by the young musicians of the school.

To ignite the spirit of patriotism and team spirit an Inter-Class Poster Making Competition was conducted by the Cultural Club of the school on the theme 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ for the students of Classes IX to XII. A video on the journey through the room of creativity was shown accompanied by a melodious patriotic song, 'Hindustan Meri Jaan', which was sung by the school choir.

As our nation completes 75 years of independence ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ anthem video was shown to bring about national integrity and pride in all Indians. The students of class V, brimming with love for our nation, portrayed their love with a beautiful dance performance.

Mr. Yashvir Singh, Vice-Principal, proposed the Vote of Thanks. The programme ended with the National Anthem of India and a sense of happiness and pride could be clearly seen on the faces of the audience as they left the school premises.


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