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Event Start Date : 12/04/2019 Event End Date 12/04/2019


India is a land of many cultures which blend into each other seamlessly. Each region has its own way of celebrating New Year usually when the crops are harvested. In Punjab, this day is celebrated as Baisakhi. To give an insight of this day, the students of DAV Centenary Public School, Nabha under the guidance of our worthy Principal Miss Meena Mehta celebrated Baisakhi through a special assembly on 12th of April, 2019. The entire school campus was immersed in the spirit of festivity as the children came dressed in ethnic attires representing the Punjabi culture.
The significance of Baisakhi was highlighted through beautiful speeches delivered by the Primary school students followed by a mesmerizing Punjabi folk dance performance. Poems were also recited by the students paying gratitude to the farmers.
Giddha and Bhangra performances by the girls and boys respectively of Class III was the special attraction.
In the senior wing of the school, a special morning assembly was conducted on this auspicious occasion. After Gayatri Mantra, Bhajan “Tere Poojan Ko Bhagwan” was sung by the music choir which made the whole atmosphere vibrant and spiritual. Students from different classes delivered speeches on Ram Navmi, Baisakhi and Jalianwala Bagh Massacre. The year 2019 also marks the centenary year of Jalianwala Bagh Massacre which happened on 13 April, 1919.This day also marks the importance as Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji formed Khalsa Panth.
Speaking on the occasion, Principal Miss Meena Mehta congratulated the students on Baisakhi festival. She said that farmers are very happy on this festival because it marks the time for harvest of Rabi Crop. They hope for prosper and bountiful produce. They look forward to celebrate Baisakhi with eagerness.