“Maa Tujhe Salaam” on School Carnival at Albert Hall

A series of colorful presentation “Maa Tujhe Salaam” at Albert Hall was performed by students of Rawat Public School, on the occasion of School Carnival organised by the Department of Archaeology and Museum. More than 200 students participated in the program.

The program started on the day of Basant Panchami, with the worship of Goddess Saraswati. In the musical band the students presented various patriotic full tunes. Indian culture was presented beautifully in ”Rashtra Rakshanam Geet”. All the audience were amezed to see the Army Dance showing the bravery of Indian soldiers. The beautiful presentation of Yoga gave everyone a message of being healthy. When the girls welcomed the spring in Rajasthani Dance, they saw a big panoramic view. The story of the Martyrs of Indian Param Veer Chakra was the main attraction of the program. As Kite Flying on the day of Basant Panchami in Punjab, a delectable dance performance was presented in view of it.

The chairman of Rawat Educational Group Mr. B.S. Rawat congratulated all the participants for their excellent performance.

The Director of Rawat Public School Mr. Narendra Singh Rawat mentioned that our school participates at the Albert Hall last year whole programme was organized in the association of Rawat Public school. He also added that the school wants to establish Indian cultural values ​​among the students through these events.

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