MPVM Celebrated Independance 2021

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Patriotic Zeal Marks I - Day Celebrations at MPVM Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir celebrated the 75th Independence Day on the 15th of August on the theme of ‘Azadi Ka Amit Mahotsav’ with a lot of patriotic fervour. An air of happiness and festivity marked the occasion as smiling faces of the youthful MPVMs, energetic teachers and the office bearers sporting tricolor badges spread around the school field restoring back the normal look of the school. The Chief Guest Shri Ravindra Gupta ,Treasurer of MPVM Samiti, was given a Guard of Honour by the office bearers and was first escorted to the Temple area for the Lighting of the Lamp and then to the Frontal Stage for the Flag Hoisting . The hoisting of the Tricolour by the Chief Guest was followed by the singing of the National Anthem in unison. The cultural programme was held in the Raman Hall. The Principal of Maharshi Patanjali Vidya Mandir, Mrs. Sushmita Kanungo welcomed the Chief Guest, as also the other guests, faculty members and the students. Her illuminating speech sent the message to all the students to be true Indians and that the spirit of Indianess should be throughout the year and throughout ones life. Appreciating the Independence Day message of Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi who upheld the vision of Swami Vivekanand to erect a progressive nation keeping in mind the rich culture and history of the country and working forward to create new heights even richer than our rich past; Mrs. Sushmita Kanungo called upon her students to work responsibly for this nation. A group song Azadi ki khuli hawa mein’ was presented by the school choir. This was followed by a very inspiring speech given by Mayur Pandey of class 11D. The theme of the speech was based on the Amrit Mahotsav that the Government of India had initiated in order to pay respect to all the Martyrs who contributed to the freedom struggle. The speech explored the Amrit tattva and that this Amrit - the eternal blessings of our great martyrs, their sacrifices and their love for the country should always be reflected in the social fabric and the governance of the country . This message was particularly aimed at the students of MPVM who are the future citizens of the country. A group song was presented by the students of the middle section “Hum Bacche Hindustan ke”. Chinmayee Shree of class 9-A sang a solo song “Mera rang de Basanti chola”, which was followed by the recitation of a patriotic poem of Shyam Narayan Pandey by Akshay Pratap Singh of 9-D. A vibrant dance by two students of the Primary Section brought the stage alive with rhythm, expression and melody. Ravi Kant Choubey of class 11 A3 presented a solo song “Aaya sandesha laya hawa ka jhoka”. Along with the Independence Day celebrations in the school ,the students also held online celebrations on the theme “Swatantrata Ki Umang”. Students of classes 1 to 5 gave spell biunding performances from their respective houses, which comprised of songs ,dances, poems and instrumental presentations. Students of Secondary Section presented patriotic songs and there were also dances by the students representing the different states of the country. The online celebration enabled the students to participate in the Independence Day from their homes. A live telecast was also made available on the You Tube channel. The cultural program was highly appreciated by the Chief Guest. In his inspiring speech, Shri Ravindra Gupta took the audience back to the days of the freedom struggle and mentioned how the Britishers where made to realise that they could not stand before the united voice of Swaraj. He told that everyone must realize the depth and the importance of each word of our National Song ‘Vande Matram’ and to join back with nature to clean the air, to keep us healthy, to lead a balance life, follow a balanced diet, be inspired in thought and pure in action. The mantra was ‘Charaivati, Charaivari’ – walk ahead and go forward. In his address he said that even the Almighty helps those who work hard, therefore everyone should shed laziness and work hard. The vote of thanks was proposed by the senior secondary incharge Mrs Mrignayni Arya. the program ended with the singing of the National Song Vande Mataram. Chocolates were distributed to the students followed by a careful dispersal of the students through proper supervision.

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