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Reflection: Republic Day

January 26, 2016 – 15 minutes

Today was the big day! Nervous and jittery, we arranged ourselves on the right-hand side of the Gallery, which is where the audience (consisting of THE ENTIRE SCHOOL) will be sitting. 501 more words

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Journal 3: A Touch of Color

January 25, 2016 – 1 hour

WE DID THE PYRAMID TODAY!

Let me begin by telling you how it feels to be part of a pyramid: the feel of being so far away from the rich green grass, feeling the soft wind in your face, knowing that you are on weak support and that you might fall and die any moment and that ultimate knowledge that there is nothing that is holding the entire pyramid together but courage and trust between each person is…absolute bliss. 268 more words

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Journal 2: Building Pyramids in the Air

22/01/2016 – 1 hour

We resumed the exercises for Republic Day today, practicing for about an hour the hand
exercises. Moreover, for the first time in our school’s history, we’ll also be doing yoga and… 137 more words

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Journal 1: Republic Day

8/1/2016 – 2 hours

In honour of Republic Day, our school has a ritualistic march every year to pay our respects to the Indian flag. This year, my class’s turn to take part in this prestigious ritual had come. 147 more words

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Republic Day Celebration

MAZZARELLO CONVENT SCHOOL, RANCHI: The 67th Republic Day of India was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Mazzarello School Ranchi on 26th January 2016.The students with great festivity and national pride entered the school premises. 213 more words

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION at HCA Vasant Vihar

 On 25th January 2016, Pre-Republic day celebrations were held in HC Auxilium School, Vasant Vihar, to commemorate the 67th Republic Day of our nation. The programme commenced with a welcome speech by the school cultural leader, followed by an inaugural song ‘VANDE MA TARAM ‘  which instilled the feelings of patriotism among the students. 166 more words

A Slice of Patriotism

“We are Indians, firstly and lastly.”

– B. R. Ambedkar

Some call it Liberty. Some call it Freedom. Call it whatever you want, but it’s the bedrock on which this nation was brought into being. 761 more words

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