The plethora of myriad activities unfolded on 23rd October as the primary wing of N.K. Bagrodia Public School celebrated its annual event Glimpses . The portals of the school adorned the fervor with a vibrant range of display made by the students on the theme “Maa Tujhe Salaam”-A musical Rendition. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp and Ganesh Vandana, symbolizing the quest for knowledge.
The School Principal Dr. (Mrs ) Rajee.N.Kumar welcomed the members of the managing committee Sh. K.K Dhanuka and Sh. Dinesh Kumar Gupta along with the head of N.K Bagrodia Global School Mrs Jaishree Nawani . The hall was packed to the corners with eyes locked on the giant stage where the students were to perform with vigor and enthusiasm.
The program began with a musical show where the budding music talents of the school played and rendered mellifluous song. This was entailed by a dance drama showcasing various Goddesses.The children showcased each form of mother in a beautiful and spectacular manner which included the elements of life- fire, water, air, land and space; the unconditional love of a mother towards her children in the form of a dance on Yashoda and lord Krishna; a small yet scintillating act on how children leave the comfort of their mother and meet their second mothers in school and finally how the soldiers of our nation lay down their lives to protect their motherland.
It was a journey into thriving compassion among characters and heart touching scenes interwoven into a dramatically overwhelming play by the students.In the exuberant atmosphere, one could see the skills and talent of the young students being showcased with aplomb. The celebration proved to be a platform for the students to come together and show their inherent talents.
The venue reverberated with thunderous applause; gleaming faces exchanged appreciative nods as the audience witnessed the perfection and extravaganza of the show. The event aspired to mold young impressionable minds into creative individuals by tapping their talent and instilling confidence so as to make them believe that “Every child is an architect of his own future”.