Class Presentation IX-I 11-11-2020

Topic-Diwali: Values We Imbibe from It

The Deep Shloka states -“I fold my hands before the Lord, the maintainer of this creation, in the form of this light. I adore this light, which destroys all the pains resulting from my omissions and commissions”. Diwali, the festival of light, is the celebration of the victory of good over evil. The tradition of adorning our homes with diyas or lamps is considered as a symbol of auspiciousness, prosperity and abundance. Most importantly, Diwali is a wonderful occasion for sharing with those who are not as fortunate or blessed as us.  Diwali lights fill the world with new hope and happiness therefore conscious efforts must be made to ensure that we adopt sustainable ways of celebrating it without harming or polluting the environment

The presentation by class IX-I started with a beautiful Sanskrit shlok by Shreyadita Bhaumik and a befitting introduction by Mrityunjay Shekhar Sharma. Amay Kumar presented a soulful prayer asking  God to grant us the power to bring some hope and light in the lives of the needy and less fortunate. Mana Sharma and Stuti Kathuria then shared a deeper insight into the true significance and meaning of this festival after which Chaitanya Jain recited a poem.  A skit highlighting the importance of adopting the age-old traditions of celebration rather than polluting the environment with crackers was presented by Palak Goyal, Pulkit Goya, Bhavya Jha, Riddhi Sharma and Shyla Vijay. The Class Presentation ended with a festive song by Rijak Deep Singh and Srivatsala Krishna. Mritunjay Shekhar Sharma presented  a vote of thanks. The slides and invite were prepared by Pulkit Goyal. The presentation was compiled and edited by Mritunjay Shekhar Sharma.

11 November 2020 Wednesday
Class Teacher- Ms Jaya Bharti
Class – IX – I
Headmistress -Ms Rashmi Malhotra
Class Representative –  Mr Sanchit Chauhan
Activity Incharge – Ms Binu Channan