Students of Gurgaon's Rotary Public School honours the constitution of India
Watching the celebrations of 26 January on television feels good but nothing can compare the feeling one has when one sings the National Anthem on his or her school's ground, surrounded by friends and teachers. That feeling cannot be replaced by any other place or any other occasion.
The same feeling enveloped the students and the teachers of Rotary Public School, Gurgaon
when the whole school turned up on Sunday to honour the Constitution of India, which came into force on January 26, 1950 as the governing document of India.
All the assembled students sang a self-composed patriotic song for the occasion. Trying to add to the day, music teachers Satish Kumar and Mithelesh Kumar composed, 'mausam muskurati hai' for the Rotary Public School and 40 students in the choir sang for the occasion.
Except for the 12th Standard, all the students made it a point to go to school on Sunday to show honour to their country.
Principal Gulshan Dewan, who was also the chief guest for the occasion evoked a sense of responsibility amidst the children- the future custodians of the Nation, to protect the integrity of the country with their conduct and progress.
Dressed in the tri-colour, the school looked festive. Children from third standard to seventh standard performed two dance performances on 'Vande Mataram' and 'Kandhe se Kandha'. The celebrations ended with smiling faces and a lot of patriotic fervour.
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