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Event Start Date : 14/11/2019 Event End Date 14/11/2019


Childrens’ Day was celebrated on 14th November to commemorate the Birth Anniversary  of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India's First Prime Minister also fondly called 'Chacha Nehru'.

The day started with a pleasant surprise for the students. Their teachers took over the stage and presented programmes to make their day special and cheer them up. A devotional song by teachers marked the beginning of the day. A 'Puppet Show' based on Jungle Book by the teachers essayed the fun filled lives of woodland creatures and entertained children.

A Tamil Song based on the theme 'Children are God's Gift to Mankind', a fusion dance by the young 'apsaras' of the School thrilled the audience.

The ecstatic children jumped with joy and cheered their teachers who rocked the stage. A Song in Hindi based on 'Bapuji's advice to Children and 'Choti Si Aasha' had the children swaying to the melodious music and the magical lyrics. 

The day's Celebration clearly conveyed that "Children are the budding flowers of our garden. The Fragrance they emit spreads joy and enthusiasm everywhere".

The infectious happiness of the children transported the teachers into their childhood days.

The euphoria extended to the D.A.V. Vatika Campus too. The young childrens' joy knew no bounds as they screamed in enchantment of seeing their teachers play their little pranks and pretty moves.

The hour-long programme resonated  with the loud applause and infantile giggles and crackling laughter.


                           Rhythmic Steps by Teachers                                                                                A Hindi Song on Bapuji’s Advice to Children


                           ‘Jungle Book’ – A Puppet Show                                                                      A Rocking Time Spent @ D.A.V.Vatika


                    The Young Fairies Swirl and Sway                                                                                          In the Shoes of ‘Chacha Nehru’