Navsrijan Founders’ Day Celebrations
The month of December witnessed a number of celebrations and festivities at Navsrijan. We kick-started the month with the Annual Fete, which witnessed throngs of people reveling in the games and delicious food. The highlight of the month was the Founders’ Day celebrated on the 13th & 14th of December.
The Junior School Founders’ Day was celebrated on the 13th of December at the Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Auditorium. Keeping in mind the universal concerns about the degrading Environment, the theme for this year’s Founders’ Day was Save Earth. The students put up a number of endearing and thought-provoking performances to spread the message of environmental consciousness.
The Chief Guest for the Junior School Founders’ Day on 13th December was Ms. Ila Arun, an actor and a versatile singer .The Guest of Honour for the evening was Ambassador Dr. Deepak Vohra, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister – Lesotho and Guinea – Bissau and Special Advisor – Ladakh Autonomous Hills Council Kargil and Leh. The evening was also graced by the presence of Ms. Anjali Jaipuria – the Vice-Chairperson of the school.
Navsrijan students gave a number of powerful performances, including the Magnum Opus play ‘Save Environment ‘ which integrated a beautifully written script and mesmerizing dance numbers.
The Senior School Founders’ Day was celebrated on the 14th of December in the Seth M.R. Jaipuria campus and this event too witnessed a grand audience. The Chief Guest for the senior school Founders’ Day was Mr. Satish Gupta, a world-renowned artist, sculptor, calligrapher and poet.
Along with the mainstream children, students from Navsrijan performed in the 230 piece school orchestra, playing Raag Miyan Malhar as Mr. Satish Gupta made a live painting to match its beats. The symphony of the orchestra along with the artistic magic weaved by Mr. Gupta left the audience spell-bound. Other performances included an enthralling dance on the song ‘Jal De’ and yoga performed to the song ‘Adiyogi’.