73rd Independence Day

73rd Independence Day

Freedom in the mind, Faith in the words, Pride in our hearts and Memories in our souls.

वह शमा जो काम आए अंजुमन के लिए,
 वह जज़्बा जो कुर्बान हो जाए वतन के लिए,
 रखते हैं हम वे हौसले भी
 जो मर मिटे हिंदुस्तान के लिए.

Delhi School of Excellence, Attapur celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervor. To Commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, the Chief Guest of the day Ms. Vandana Lahoti, winner of the 2019 Mrs. Telangana contest, unfurled the tricolor, along with the other dignitaries Ms. Rama Devi, Secretary, DSE group of institutions,Ms. Jyoti Reddy, a renowned classical dancer, Principal Augustine Thomas, Vice Principal Ms. Bharti and Head Mistress Ms. Lakshmi Gauri and everyone in unison sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of our freedom.

A patriotic rendition of ‘Vande Mataram’ by the school choir enveloped the entire ambience in nationalistic fervor.

Uthkarsh, the cultural secretary shared his views on the significance of the day and emphasized that though the nation is free from the foreign shackles, it still needs to gain freedom from the tribulations like corruption, poverty, terrorism etc.

Shanvi and Riyon of PP II rocked the stage next and enthralled the audience with their captivating moves. 

And then, the stage was set for the students of the four houses to compete in the inter house dance competition with the theme being ‘We are one.’ The Chief Guest of the day Ms. Vandana Lahoti and Ms. Jyothi were the judges for the Inter House dance competition.

All the four houses participants in colorful costumes exhibited great expertise, flair, synchrony and team work during their performances.

The Trojans were declared the winners and the Spartans as the runners up of the inter house dance competition.

The Chief Guest in her address congratulated all the participants and said that she was reminded of her school days watching the programmes.

The Principal, Mr. Augustine Thomas exhorted the students to be disciplined and further emphasized on the significance of being good citizens.

The vote of thanks was proposed by Tanisha of grade X acknowledged the presence and efforts of everyone who put in their mite to make the event a successful one.

Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.

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