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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Hindi Diwas Celebration at Witty International School Pawan Baug (2017-18).

Hindi  Hain  Hum
Witty International School, Pawan Baug once again got into the exuberant extravaganza on Hindi Diwas, 14th September with vigor and enthusiasm with a fine blend of competitions and cultural activities. Hindi language is connected with various rituals, cultural heritage and values that provide the glimpse of Indian culture. Thus, it is important to dedicate a day to this language that plays a vital role in showing true values and tradition of India to rest of the world. Secondary students of Witty International School, Pawan Baug celebrated ‘Hindi Diwas’ with much fanfare and enthusiasm.  The day started with a mass assembly presented by Grade IGCSE-I where the students worshipped Almighty with a Hindi Prayer and thought for the day followed by a Nukkad Natak on the Indian Education System. As a part of celebrating ‘Hindi Diwas’, the students presented a vibrant cultural programme depicting the various realms of Hindi literature.
To mark the day chief guest Supriya Shukla, a famous theatre and television actress and eminent writer graced the occasion. The program commenced with a spectacular UV act ‘Govind Bolo Hari Gopal Bolo’ which was a representation of Dashavatara, i.e the ten avtars of Vishnu. ‘Kavita Suman’ provided a rendition of poems such as Moturam, Padosi, Muhavare etc. Each poem symbolised humour, exam fever and so on. Dhara ki kahani Nukkad ki jubani, a street play highlighted the importance of planting trees and adverse effects of deforestation. The play achieved its desired motto of imparting awareness in audience about the need to save environment pollution. The play ended with a pledge of conserving environment which imparted a great social message to the audience.
The programme proceeded with a Qawalli and mastani jugalbandi ‘Kabir Banam Kalyug’ which was an innovative fusion of the lyrics of Kabir Dohas and famous Bollywood songs. The audience truly rejoiced to the beats of the rhythmic songs. Literature was aptly presented in ‘Ashadh ka ek din’, an intense play on the life of Kalidasa which brought out the message that one should shoulder their responsibilities at all times keeping aside their personal desires. In contrast to the serious play, a rib tickling comedy act, “Ye remote kiska hai?’ showcased the hilarious fight between husband and wife for the remote control of TV which is a routine story of each house. The play also showed sarcasm on the News channels and the TV anchors that tend to make a mountain out of a molehill. Naari ke roop anek, a musical play highlighted the achievements of famous women like Razia Sultan, Neerja Banot, Mithali Raj, Rani Lakshmibai and many more who have achieved name and fame by setting up records by their unmatched incredible work. The show ended with a fantabulous Grand Finale, ‘Thirakte Kadam’ where each student present felt proud to be a part of such a culture which possesses a language as great as Hindi.
Chief Guest, Supriya Shukla aptly said, “Celebration of this special day will definitely promote Hindi language which is a very scientific language. Moreover, we should feel proud of this rich language and this is the main motive of this special day. Therefore, celebration of Hindi Diwas all across India will definitely enhance the glory and progress of Hindi.
Hindi is a language spoken by the heart so we have to work to bring that pride back in the future  generation. When confidence and verve return to Hindi prose, that’s when the language will endure. When the youth feels that Hindi is versatile enough for their 21st century sensibilities, that’s when it will grow. It is our responsibility to help our children move ahead into the future and carry their greatest heritage, the language of Hindi, with them," stated Principal, Bijo Kurian. 



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