16th Founder’s Day Celebrated in the Aryan School on 26 October 2016
On 26th October 2016, the school geared up to celebrate yet another milestone it had reached in a journey that is sure to span aeons. There was a Musical Extravaganza, Exhibitions and PTM on the previous day that showed sixteen years of endeavour.
The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr. Annu Kapoor, Indian film Theatre and Television Actor and the Guest of Honour was Mr. Mukesh Tyagi Corporate, Advisor, Film, Television and Theatre Artist. We pride ourselves in upholding tradition, for we find that doing so gives this institution a foundation as solid as eternity.
The Founder’s Day began with the school Choir which sang ‘The Final countdown’ . This was followed by a musical extravaganza. A fusion of western and Indian classical music. Forty students participated in this show.
The Aryans played the violin, tabla, bass guitar, drums and many other instruments. They presented a rendition of ‘rag puriya’. The school Principal Mrs. B. Dasgupta read out the Annual Report 2015-16 and introduced the Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour to the audience.
The school Year Book ‘Sanskar’ was released by the Chief Guest Mr. Annu Kapoor. A prestigious Award ceremony was conducted. Academic Award, awards for extra curricular activities and sports were received by the students who excelled. True to the school traditions the Awards given out were not just to recognize grades or achievements alone but also to extol questions that build character. The Aryan Star declared were Lakshay Agarwal and Rhea Sharma. The Aryan Spirit was Vanshika Agarwal.
After the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour’s motivating speech to the audience there was an entertainment programme ‘Chalo Vedo Ki Or’ Choreographed by Shiamak Davar International (India) Pvt. Ltd. The theme was based on four Vedas. Atharva, Rig, Sama and Yajur Veda. What is creation and how the world came into existence was colourfully and religiously depicted on the stage by the budding artists. The production was a huge success. All the actors performed brilliantly. Their costumes and special effects enhanced the beauty of the show.
The guests and the parents applauded the performance. The programme engaged the audience completely as they became fully involved in various acts. The Four Vedas act captivated the audience. They depicted the final fight between chosar playing and Draupadi, Shri Krishna Entry, Mahabharat act and kalyug act enthralled the audience. The programme ended with Bhagwan Kahan Hai. The Grand Finale was truly captivating.
The school echoed with the feeling of festivity and the fireworks made the scenario ablaze with pride.
Gala Dinner for guests, parents and ex students was hosted at the Sunny Field. Many ex students also attended the function.
The gathering was spell bound to see such a marvelous function. The Celebration ended with Diwali Break for a week. The evening was full of gusto and fervor.
The subjects for the exhibition were Sciences, History, Geography, English, Hindi, Home Science, French, Mathematics, Commerce and Economics along with the areas of special interest such as Craft, Clay Modeling, Multimedia, Photography and Fine Arts.
Parents and guests appreciated the display of Rabindranath Tagore in English, in Mathematics Geometricity , Space Journey in Physics and in Home Science ‘chocoholic’. Fine Art exhibition was applauded the most.