Students celebrate Virasat in Jaipur!

Annual festivals at schools are awaited the year long as the preparations start some months prior to the D-day! Lessons, prizes, music, dance, it has it all!



Banyan Tree School, Jaipur celebrated the successful completion of session 2015-16 with Virasat, depicting India’s unity in diversity. There couldn’t have been more apt theme for the annual function as the school believes in an overall development in terms of spiritual, emotional and moral values in its students.

With the idea to imbibe the values from our ancestors to its students and yet be updated with the technological developments, the programme was designed with utmost care. It started with Ganesh Vandana, which provided a stimulating environment inculcating spiritual and moral values, followed by the school songs, I’ll be true. The next was a dance by young students based on family values, which was followed by an interesting theme-based dance on karele ki sagai, and many more.

Now that the theme was such, performances on India’s favourite patriotic songs couldn’t have been avoided. The students gave a smashing performance on the likes of Nanha munna rahi hoon, Maa tujhe salaam, Chi-chi karti aayi chiriya. A group of students amazed the audience with their fit and agile bodies as they showcased their Indian marshal arts and yoga skills.



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