Saturday, 23 Jan 2021
August 15, 1947 is dedicated to the sacred memory of all those sons and daughters of India whose sacrifice bore fruit when their motherland attained freedom from foreign rule.

72nd Independence Day celebrated at Indian School Wadi Kabir

This historic day is celebrated to spend a tribute to the freedom fighters who fulfilled a lengthy-cherished dream of all nation lovers, following a lot suffering. Indian School Wadi Kabir (ISWK) celebrated the 72nd Independence Day of India with patriotic fervour on the Senior School grounds.

The chief guest for the august occasion was Maganlal Vyas, an Indian businessman and the proprietor of ‘Eveready Supermarket’ in Muscat. He has carved a niche for himself in the import and distribution of FMCG, and is a pioneer in the supermarket culture in Oman.

Also present on the occasion have been Alkesh Joshi, honorary president of the ISWK Management Committee along with its esteemed members. The chief guest along with other dignitaries was welcomed by the Student Council members with conventional fanfare. Head girl Nishi Asher and head boy Ram Viswanathan presented a potted sapling to the honourable chief guest as a token of respect. Tri-coloured balloons have been released to mark the starting of the programme. The chief guest in his address to the gathering congratulated every person present on this auspicious occasion. He stated that each Indian must really feel proud to belong to a fantastic nation. He also paid homage to the numerous martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the independence of India.

The programme began with the kindergarten students presenting a group action song titled ‘Shaan-e-Hindustan’ the pride of India, in the kind of a fusion dance. Their expressive dance movements won the hearts of the audience. A dance drama depicting the invaluable contribution of the Armed Forces personnel to safe the borders of our motherland was performed by ISWKi. Primary Wings (morning and afternoon shifts) performed dance numbers ‘Salaam India’ and ‘Swarajya Is My Birthright’, respectively. Senior college performed ‘Indiawaale’, a dance choreographed to spend a glowing tribute to their beloved nation. The students via their enchanting dance moves portrayed strands of a diverse culture woven into a unified fabric.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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