The Dancing Hues- IDS CULMINATION FOR CLASS KG AND CLASS I
“Dancing surely is the most basic and relevant of all forms of expression.”- Lyall Watson
The students of Class KG and Class I of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-2 enthusiastically presented the very first virtual IDS culmination. The presentation began with the auspicious Diya lighting ceremony.The students melodiously sang a welcome song which was followed by the welcome address given by the Principal, Dr Sangeeta Arora . Memorable moments and hard work done by the students and teachers was shared in the Journey so far. The students also presented an enthralling Ganesh Vandana where in each movement expressed volumes.The function was presided over by the Chief Guest Ms Kiran Segal , a famous Indian classical dancer and a Padma Shri awardee. The presentation was attended by Mrs Neha Gupta and Mr Sachin Gupta, members of management K.R.M Group of schools.
Our tiny narrators of Class KG and Class 1 presented and spoke wonderfully about their allocated countries- Spain, Germany and India. The Dancing Hues started off with the students giving a brief introduction about the location, culture, tradition, costumes,accessories, dance and native food of the given countries. The students also explained the different dance forms of these countries. Our young presenters left no stone unturned in dances as well. They tapped their feet on “Flamenco” and “Pasodoble” ,the most famous Spanish dances,and “Waltz” and “Schuhplattler “ ,famous German dances.The participants dressed in colourful costumes and gave an enthralling performance on the dances of India — the very popular Bhangra dance from Punjab, Ghoomar dance from Rajasthan, Dandiya dance from Gujarat, Kathak dance from Uttar Pradesh, Odissi dance from Odisha and Bharatnatyam dance from Tamil Nadu .
The Dancing Hues ended with a peek behind the presentation with Glimpses where in all the students showcased their work on the allocated countries.The vote of thanks was proposed by Ms Sanya Gupta,the Pre Primary Incharge . It was a morning of pride to watch our young students narrating, acting, dancing , presenting and explaining like fountainheads of knowledge . The entire program was very joyful, vibrant and colourful and proved vital for the students in understanding the cultural diversity of different countries. It was indeed an enthralling culmination which not only ignited the student’s mind but also helped them to acquire proficiency about different dance forms of various countries.
To see the entire show, click on the YouTube link below: