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The rejoicing festivity of Dusssehra celebrations embraced St. Xavier’s High School, Sector 81 with excitement and enthusiasm on October 04, 2019.

The whole school came together to mark the celebrations. The tiny tots filled the arena with their smiles and vibrant traditional attire.

The assembly commenced with a short speech enlightening the audience about the significance of Dussehra celebration followed by a confident poem presentation by Luvish Yadav of grade V. Following was a moral skit presented by the young creative minds of Grade V. The skit depicted the prevalence of Ram and Raavan in each one of us and how we can burn the evils and bring out Ram which signifies all the good qualities.

At the end the students pledged to become responsible citizens and work towards eradicating the evils clutching our society like dowry, female infanticide etc.

The audience was full of excitement and cheered aloud to lift up the spirits of the diligent performers.

The Pre Primary teachers held the audience well with their alive recreation of Ramayana. The stage was set to witness the peppy , lively and energetic dance  presentation by the teachers. The students were engaged throughout and enjoyed every bit of it.

The assembly was well appreciated by the respected Headmistress Ms. Sarika R. Chopra. Her motivational words boosted the spirit of one and all present there. The presentation by the Pre-Primary teachers was highly applauded and the message conveyed through the skit by grade V students was aptly discussed by ma’am.

The festivities ended with a sparkling climax of the lighting of the “Ravana” in the school ground. The students were over-joyed witnessing the celebrations to a spiritual culmination with the cleansing moral to “strive to gain victory over all forms of evil within us, around us and keep the world a safe and peaceful place for future generations.”

    Gandhi Jayanti Celebration @ St. Xavier’s High School, Sector 81

    “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.”- Mahatma Gandhi

    India’s 3rd national festival, Gandhi Jayanti, is celebrated by the entire nation to commemorate the birth anniversary of the father of our nation- Mahatma Gandhi. Xavierians at Sec.81, celebrated bapu’s  birthday in school premises, a day prior, on 1st October, 2019, with great zeal, enthusiasm and patriotism.

    The assembly was presented by grade III, with a special tribute to Gandhiji. Children shared anecdotes from Gandhiji’s life, Tavish Sharma acquainted the gathering about Gandhi Jayanti celebration, an evoking poem recited by Aarna transformed the listeners to the era of freedom struggle and left everyone filled with patriotism. The highlight of the assembly was a song glorifying Gandhiji and how he heralded a new era for our country. The assembly glistened up with a medley of Bapu’s  favourite songs such as Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram.

    The motivational thoughts of Gandhiji were highlighted by Ayaan in an impressive manner which helped the children understand all about the freedom struggle and the role of Mahatma Gandhi in helping us win our independence non-violently. Thus Xavierians were given a deep insight into the life and times of Mahatma Gandhi, they were encouraged to think about the sacrifices of our freedom fighters and analyze the importance and understand the value of freedom, through the special assembly.

    The gathering applauded the efforts and performances of their fellow mates. Respected Headmistress ma’am not only praised the assembly but imbibed the values of Mahatma Gandhi in her dear learners. The children were guided to think in welfare of the country by avoiding single use plastic bags as a true Indian. The assembly winded up with Gandhiji’s last words “HEY RAM” resonating in the air.

      ‘Live as if you were to die tomorrow

      Learn as if you were to live forever’

      Gandhi ji was a great freedom fighter who spent his whole life in struggle for the Independence of India. His whole life story is a great inspiration for us. He is the real father of our nation who really used all his power to make us free from British rule.

      The little munchkins of NUR-E and F conducted a special assembly on Gandhi  Jayanti on date 01.10.19 . Little munchkins of Nur confidently spoke liners on Gandhi ji and performed a wonderful skit on cleanliness. Little ones sang a melodious song dedicated to Gandhi ji. They grooved to the beats and danced with full energy.

      The assembly was concluded by Shivani ma’am who added facts on Gandhi ji . She encouraged students for their performance.

        ‘Food can destroy the world, but food can also heal it. The change starts with you’

        Another beautiful day started at St. Xavier’s with a special assembly presented by the lovely students of NUR-C. The assembly was about healthy vs. junk food. Children gave a sensational performance. The subjectivity of human perception about what is good or bad to eat was magnificently answered by the little ones through props and quotations. They danced with exuberance on the symphonious songs ‘Healthy eating’. Children elucidated the benefits of healthy food which left everybody wondering.  

          Gandhiji died for unflinching adherence to his belief in equality of mankind irrespective of religion, caste, sex, or place of origin. It is beyond doubt that he left a little of himself in many of us.

          On this auspicious day we salute the man with such blood and flesh to tread the Earth, an apostle of peace and a light of freedom.

          To fulfill the dreams of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, let’s join hands towards plastic free, open defecation free, progressive, clean, healthy and fitter India.

          If humanity is to progress, Gandhi is inescapable.

          Happy Gandhi Jayanti!
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