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Jashn-e-Hindustan - (16 February 2019)
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On 16 February 2019, 'Jashn-e-Hindustan', the Annual function of the Primary Department of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh was held. This programme was in honour of the freedom fighters and to celebrate the rich culture of our Country.

The Special Guest of Honour Ms. Alka Sehrawat – Deputy Director of Education, Zone - 17, Chairman- Mr. T. P. Aggarwal, Director - Mr. R. Aggarwal, Principal - Ms. A. Aggarwal, Vice Principals - Ms. A. Gupta and Ms. R. Anand and the parents graced the occasion.

The programme started with Bharat Ek Khoj - a celebration wherein everyone witnessed the journey of India from Sone ki chidiya to the liberated India. It was followed by the invocation to Shiv that began with the Tandav Nritya and was followed by Mritunjaya mantra. India is known for its different cultures and dance forms. The students presented a foot tapping Bharatnatyam and Kathak classical fusion and a Sufi dance. Everyone was enthralled to see the dance drama based on Kalidasa’s, 'Abhijnanashakuntalam'.

Students from Classes I and II took the programme to the next level when they performed various colourful folk dances like Lavni, Chirmi, Kalbelia, Gidha and Bhangra etc. The finale which comprised of various patriotic songs invoked loud slogans of patriotism, "Bharat Mata ki Jai" filling the auditorium with a huge applause.

Finally the principal addressed the overjoyed gathering and everyone praised and applauded : 'Jashn-e-Hindustan'.
Basant Panchami Celebrations by Class VI - (9 February 2019)
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Students of St. Mark’s Sr. Sec. Public School, Meera Bagh celebrated Basant Panchami, the festival which marks the end of the winter season and onset of spring. The school was soaked in the festive spirit. The students of Class VI commenced the celebrations with the pooja, invoking the blessings of Goddess Saraswati for seeking knowledge and wisdom. Floral prayers were offered to the Goddess. A small programme was presented by them which included a talk, a poetry recitation and songs. Dressed in the colour yellow the students enjoyed the traditional home cooked sweets. Our Principal Ms. A. Aggarwal gave her best wishes for the festival which signifies happiness and brightens up our lives.
 
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