A Nation’s culture resides in the hearts and the soul of its people.
– Mahatma Gandhi
As a means to enhance social interaction, leadership, healthy recreation, self-discipline and self-confidence, K.R.Mangalam World School, Vaishali has always emphasized on the role of the co-curricular activities in student’s life. It helps to develop the all-round personality of the students to face the undaunted. In today’s competitive world the child should be groomed for whatever he’s best at along with academics. To showcase the hidden talents of the students a Cultural presentation was organized on 17th August, 2019.
The event started with the welcome of the audience by Ms. Prachi Sharma, Coordinator followed by the address by the Principal, Ms. Yashika Bhardwaj. The first performance was by our musical leaders Ms. Rachna and Mr. Sanjeev. With their melodious voices they welcomed the audience and sought blessings from the almighty. The junior rock band, Popcorn and senior rock band, Zenith gave a mesmerizing performance on the theme of a patriotic song and the Pirates of the Caribbean respectively.
Music is therapeutic and our junior and senior choir groups definitely matched to the levels of the astounding performances. Paying homage to the soldiers who sacrifice their lives for the country and the citizens and their self-less love towards the nation were two performances by our junior theatre artists who presented a skit on the ‘Kargil Hereos’ and a dance performance remembering the warriors and celebrating their success. Showcasing a perfect blend of discipline and coordination was a remarkable performance by our junior and senior school band.
Arthur Adamov said ‘A stage play ought to be the point of intersection between the visible and the invisible worlds.’ Through the English stage play students took the audience on a literary voyage by making them witness the glory and the heritage of the words of the bard, William Shakespeare. Doing justice to the elegant style and drama, the message of the great work of Shakespeare never fading away was loud and clear. On the other hand, our Hindi stay play students took the audience on a comedy spree with their play named ‘Yamlok ki Sair’. The young artists tried to portray their imagination of the Yamlok and the effect of the 21st century world and technology on the deities.
The young artists were placed in the front of the stage to paint their thoughts and feelings throughout the presentation on the blank canvas and express through art. The event with all zest and zeal concluded with the vote of thanks by Ms. Smita Ghosh, Coordinator followed by the National Anthem.