Abhivyakti- The annual day 2017


 Venue : Mount Litera Zee School Varanasi

Mount Litera Zee School witnessed a baronial and gala event Abhivyakti 2017 on 12th November, with the theme “Itihas Ke Panno Se”.The chief guest for the day was Mrs. Revati Sakalkar (Music Maestro) also known as “Kashi Ki Kokila”, guest of honour Mrs. Jayanti Samant.
The event started with the lamp lighting ceremony by the chief guest Mrs. Revati Sakalkar, guest of honour Mrs. Jayanti Samant, Chairman Mr. Pradeep Bishnoi, Chairperson Mrs. Laxmi Rai and CEO Mrs. Anjana Deva.The CEO Mrs. Anjana Deva accompanied by Head Girl Varsha Patel along with Master Shubh Agrawal of primary section read out the school’s annual report. 
The school programme started with the musical extravaganza “Swaranjali” the school Orchestra. The history of Varanasi was portrayed a perfect “Kashinama”. “Prem Se Humko Jeene Do” by the tiny portrayed beautifully the plight of endangered / vunerable species. Rhythmic and graceful with elegance and symmetry, the tiny tots showcased their talent in “Tap Dance”.
 Literians portrayed the saga of Indian History with deep allegiance leaving the audience spell bound. 
 “Success is no accident or magic and there is no secret to success”. Reflecting the manifestations of human emotions. Literians danced impeccably making history so vibrant, culture so rich, captivating mind and soul. “World Whirls” was followed by “Cindrella” a fairy tale embodying a mythical element of unjust oppression, triumph and rewards, a breathtaking skit put up by the primary section of the school.“Udaipur Ki Train” a hilarious and a famous Hindi comedy play was a famous satire on utter disorder of Indian Railways. Kummi, Sindhara, Dhamal and Gondhali festivals celebrated in different part of the country was performed with full zeal and zest. 
The School Musical Band “Rudraksha” singing on the nostalgic numbers of the by gone days won accolades for themselves.“Dahi Handi” stole the heart of everyone in the audience, the students danced blithely to the rhythmic beats of “Govinda Ala Re. Ravana was portrayed in a different form, highlighting his portrayed qualities sending a strong message “Beware of the half-truth, you may have gotten hold of wrong half”. How you treat me will determine which side you see.The grand finale “Ranglo” was an extravaganza with different form of dances spreading all hues of rainbow that bewitched the dancers. The programme was well conducted by Ms. Palak Singh, Ms. Shivangi Singh and Mr. Proteek Motilal. The vote of thanks was given by the Vice-Principal Ms. Sumita Thapar and the programme concluded with National Anthem.                          
     


15-Nov-2017 05:09:20 PM