Ludhiana, November, 2012: Showcasing the unique blend of our rich cultural traditions and spirit of “unity in diversity” of India, the students of DCM Presidency School, presented a musical extravaganza in form of ‘Incredible India’ – which left an indelible imprint on the hearts and minds of all those hundreds of parents, guests and students who had gathered here in the school auditorium to witness the spectacular show put up by the tiny tots.
The function began on an auspicious note in form of “Vandana” wherein the students sought the blessings of the almighty God.
Soon after, the auditorium resounded with thunderous applause when the students presented the medley dance, “Give me sunshine” which was followed by patriotic presentation “Veer Shivaji” presenting a glimpse of true nationalistic fervour. The talented students brimming with confidence left the audience spell bound with their outstanding cultural performance presented with finesse and grace.
Thereafter, the tiny tots of Class II presented a patriotic sequence “Hai Junoon” which gave across a message of sacrifice for the motherland.
Another dance showcasing the freedom fighters “Jhansi Ki Rani” was applauded by all.
The presentation “Proud to be Indian” was also appreciated by the captivated audience. The Choreography “Kasam Li Hai” was successful in evoking patriotic sentiments towards the gallant soldiers who attain martyrdom to protect the sovereignty and integrity of the nation from external aggression. It was followed by another touching performance during which the students paid tributes to the freedom fighters.
In the end, the rich cultural heritage of “ Apna Punjab” was presented with great enthusiasm in form of Giddha and Bhangra wherein the young “ Gabhrus” and “ Mutiyars” of the school gave electrifying performance on the beats of the dhol.
Madu Sharma, the Coordinator, Secondary Section presented the vote of thanks, during which she exhorted the parents to work towards channelising the energies of the tiny tots in a positive direction so that they can become responsible citizens and can earn laurels for the country in the years to come. The function came to an end with National Anthem.