India embraces all religions impartially. Though a common thread
binds them all, each of these religions has its own significance.
That was precisely what the students of Grade 1A tried to portray
through their celebration of Guru Nanak Jayanti, one of the most
important festivals in the Sikh calendar. A closer look at the theme
reveals a universal bonding among humans in spite of the religious
Books Our Treasure
Books come in all sizes-some are big, some are small, some are long,
some short and if they all turn out to be descendants of the Grand
Old Book, what a fascinating story it would be. Students of Grade
1 B delved into the magical world of an assortment of books to unravel
the universal truth that books are forever man's best friend.
It was indeed a whiff of fresh air to watch the students of Grade
1 C depict a typical rural background resplendent with green farms
and simple living. They were honouring the men of the soil, our
farmers. It was with ease that these typical city dwellers transported
the audience into the world of a 'kisan' on the occasion of Kisan
Diwas , a day set aside in memory of the former Prime Minister of
India, Chaudhary Charan Singh.