Manav Rachna International School, Sector 21-C celebrated Independence Day on 13th August, 2013 with great splendor, joy and respect for Mother India. Students from various grades presented patriotic songs, enacted dramas and danced away expressing jubilation for the entire nation.

Principal, Mrs Ikwinder S. Singh, Paragon Implementation Specialist Mr. Simon Ruscoe Price and many personnel from army background graced the occasion with their presence.

The programme started with unfurling of National flag with National Anthem which filled everyone present with patriotic zest. The whole atmosphere came alive with the chants of ‘Jai Hind’.

The students from Nursery spoke about the National Symbols of India with pride. They wore tricolour sashes and head gears that depicted the symbol they spoke about. It was heartening to see the enthusiasm and the confidence with which these little stars conducted themselves on stage.

Students from grade I enthralled the audience with a beautiful dance number in which

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they showcased India’s ‘Unity in Diversity.’

Students from grade IV & V presented an inspiring number ‘Lakshya’ spreading the motivational message -‘never give up’ and enacted various scenes from India’s journey to Freedom. They further danced on a song dedicated to river Ganga .

Guests were left mesmerized and called all the presentations awe-inspiring.

Principal, Mrs Ikwinder S. Singh, conveyed her heart-felt wishes for the day. She also paid homage to our great freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for the freedom of our country. She further emphasized that that we should always acknowledge and respect the fact that the soldiers who are posted at the borders and live their lives guarding and protecting us.