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SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BAISAKHI AND AMBEDKAR JAYANTI CONDUCTED BY CLASSES 5 NORWEGIAN AND SOLOMON

  EVENT     : SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BAISAKHI AND AMBEDKAR JAYANTI

CLASSES      : V NORWEGIAN AND SOLOMON

DATE AND DAY : 18th APRIL 2016; MONDAY

        LIFE SHOULD BE BIG RATHER THAN LONG – DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR
 
Baisakhi is New Year’s Day in Punjab, and like New Year across the world, it is celebrated with much gusto. The day, besides being the start of a new year, is also a harvest festival, as it marks the maturing of the rabi crop when farmers begin harvesting the grain. They also express their gratitude to God for a generous yield.
 
 To embark the new session, the students of class V Norwegian and Solomon celebrated Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti with great zeal and enthusiasm on 18th April, 2016. A special assembly was held to mark the occasion. The assembly started on a spiritual note with a lot of gusto and vigour.
 
Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated on 14th April and the assembly started with a short talk on the illustrious son of India, Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, popularly called Babasaheb Ambedkar, who was one of the major architects of the Indian constitution. During the assembly, several students came forward to share interesting facts from the life of Dr. Ambedkar along with explaining the significance of the fundamental rights laid down in our Constitution as also paying tribute to the Father of our Constitution.
 
 The students, clad in colourful attires, representing various states, highlighted the importance of Baisakhi. The audience enjoyed the melodious tunes of songs on Baisakhi. A brilliant Bhangra dance by the young Lotusians brought in the vibrancy and electrifying moment, filling in the atmosphere with a further spirit of festivity. 
 
The Principal Dr. Ruchi Seth and Ms. Parul Puri (Incharge Classes 3 to 5) concluded the assembly by their appreciation and motivating words, in their address to the students.