“IF YOU WANT REAL PEACE IN THE WORLD, START WITH CHILDREN.”- MAHATMA GANDHI
Let’s follow the path of truth and spread the message of the Father of the Nation.-“HAPPY GANDHI JAYANTI”
Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated as the National festival in India. To mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, International Indian Public School celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. The day was dedicated as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi.
A special assembly honouring the memories of the Father of our Nation and recognizing his efforts towards the freedom struggle were conducted which reminded us of his sacrifices. The participants were dressed up in white traditional dresses to symbolize peace representing Mahatma Gandhi’s main principle. A few students from S.C.C., K.G and Grade-II who impersonated BAPU were a special treat to the eyes.
Programme began with the recitation of the verses from the Holy Quran by Master Ibrahim of Grade III, which was translated by Dua Akhtar of the same Grade. In attendance was the Principal Mr. Mohammad Imran, Supervisors, teachers and students of Special Care Center, Kindergarten and Primary Grades I, II, III. The students from Special Care Center (Fatima and Raeed) and Kishwa from UKG delivered a wonderful speech as the topic Gandhi Jayanti which was really inspiring and followed with a song played on piano by Master Jachin student from Special Care Centre.
Our Principal Mr. Mohammad Imran kindled the spirit of patriotism in the minds of the students through his morning speech to inform students what they are capable of and they can take inspiration from the great achievers who had made India proud in the global map. The feeling of oneness, love and peace was evoked.
The Kindergarten students performed a skit on the Biopic of Mahatma Gandhi. To uphold the value of non violence and truth, the students of Grade-I had given a fabulous performance to show India’s freedom struggle for independence which upheld the values of Gandhiji and highlighted the sacrifices he made for the country. The Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi had always dreamed to make India a clean India and always put his hard efforts towards cleanliness in India. To show the significance of the day students of Grade-II had prepared a skit and dance on Swachh Bharat to achieve the dream of Mahatma Gandhi in real sense.
Mahatma Gandhi was portrayed as the matchless political leader who led the Nation to Freedom. His favourite devotional song was played by the students of Grade-III. Classrooms and bulletin boards were decorated with Gandhiji’s quotes.
“Be the change that you want to see in the world”.
The function came to a conclusion with the Saudi National Anthem followed by Indian Nation Anthem.