‘Culture is the widening of the mind and the spirit’

India has always been considered a culturally rich country in the world because of its unity in diversity and MRIS-46, Gurugram through its annual event India Calling has constantly celebrated this uniqueness. This year theme for the India Calling was- ‘Meri Maati ki Khushbu’, to accentuate the rich heritage that the country proudly boasts of.

MRIS-46 is celebrating the grand event on 10th and 11th August 2017 with over 40 Schools participating from all over Delhi-NCR.  The event has  been diligently organised with a soul to it, a soul that is vibrant, contagious and exuberant.

The event began today with the inaugural ceremony which comprised of lighting of the lamp, dance performance and releasing of the tri colour balloons. The event kick started with children full of enthusiasm to perform in various competitions. There were four events scheduled for 10th August that included competitions like Band Baja Barat ( costume ramp walk) for Nursery, Saaz ( creating an Indian musical instrument) for KG, Sajavat (creating a home décor item) for Grades I and II and  Rangilo Bharat ( Indian folk/ Tribal dance) for Grades III and IV.

Lord Jesus School secured the First position in Band Baja Baraat, while MRIS-51, Gurugram bagged the First position in Saaz. In Sajavat, Modern DPS was adjudged the winner. In Rangilo Bharat (Pool A and Pool B) DPS Vasant Vihar and Sherwood Convent were declared winners in their respective pools. Based on the overall performance and participation, Modern DPS was announced the School of the Day for 10th August. Out of 9 Schools that participated in Kabaddi, Lions Public School, MRIS 46, Sharda International School and The Shikshiyan have reached the semi finals.