Guru Tagore's Birth Anniversary was celebrated on 08 May 2020 # online
रबींद्रनाथ टैगोर के मूल्यों और विश्वासों को पूरा करने के लिए 8 मई 2020 को टैगोर जयंती ऑनलाइन हमारे विद्यालय में मनाई गई थी ।टैगोर जी के विचार हमारे विद्यालय में प्रदान की जाने वाली शिक्षा का एक अभिन्न अंग हैं। हमारा विद्यालय टैगोर के महान व्यक्तित्व से बहुत प्रभावित और प्रेरित है।
रबींद्रनाथ टैगोर की 159 वीं जयंती मनाने के लिए हमारे प्राथमिक विद्यालय (I-V) ने छात्रों के लिए कई तरह की रोचक गतिविधियों की व्यवस्था की, जिसमें उन्होंने पूरे उत्साह के साथ भाग लिया।
* कक्षा प्रथम- “सुनो कहानी बुनो कहानी”
* कक्षा दूसरी- “किरदार के रंग”
* कक्षा तीसरी- “नाम का जादू”
* कक्षा चौथी: “बस एक मिनट”
* कक्षा पाँचवी: स्वयं संवाद (मोनोलॉग)
Stories narrated by the students of class I
Dhir Vikram Aggarwal – I B
Vivaan Bhatnagar – I A
Alina Chattopadhyay – I C
Angad Singh – I A
Mrinalika Negi Batra – I C
Yerik Gupta – I B
Students of class II portrayed their favourite character from “Kabuliwala”
Aishanee Sharma – II B
Ayana Khatri – II A
Gianshpreet Singh Oberoi – II C
Naitik Arya – II A
Saisha Gosain – II B
Taneesha Jain – II C
‘Being creative with the name’- Posters made by the students of class III
Just -a -Minute on Gurudev by the students of class IV
Aanya Tiwari – IV C
Cahal – IV C
Deyaan Joshi – IV B
Yashaan Sachdeva – IV B
Ranvir Puri – IV A
Akashleena Majee – IV A
Monologue on the life of Gurudev by the students of class V
Abir Bhardwaj – V C
Kritleen – V B
Rebecca Yadav – V B
Naman Kar – V A
To inculcate the values and beliefs of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore is an integral part of education in our school, named as it is for this towering personality , the most outstanding polymath of modern India.
To commemorate Gurudev’s 159th birth anniversary, students were engaged in a variety of activities. And yes, rising to the challenges posed by the lockdown, everything happened online !
Class VI created their own movies on ‘Tagore: An International Figure’. Art students drew different kinds of flowers keeping in mind that Tagore was a great lover of nature .
Students of Class VII created a PPT using the software Sway, focusing on Shantiniketan: An Abode of Peace
They also danced to the song ‘ Mera mann megh ka sangi’ composed by Tagore.
Class VIII made posters depicting Tagore’s Gitanjali. Art students tried to design the kind of robe that Tagore often wore and which he called his ‘al-khalla.’
Class IX students interpreted the poem “Where the Mind is Without Fear” using different modes of expression such as dance, music, poetry recitation, mime, doodling etc, with a few of these going up on the website.
The enthusiastic actors in Class X prepared a play based on the story “The Parrot” written by Tagore. This item would be shown to all classes with a discussion on its theme and relevance.
Selected students of Class XI recited some of the poems from the English translation of Gitanjali. The philosophy behind some of these will be discussed subsequently
A presentation (by Sanya Sarin) about the life and work of Gurudev was shown to all the students on 8th May’20 . This focused on Tagore’s amazing oeuvre and his wide range of interests.
Students of class X watched the Hindi Play together online and discussed with their teacher
Special Art and Dance classes were held for students and discussions were held on work done by Tagore
Presentation on Guru Tagore was shared with students and discussions were held in the classes
Dance Performance by Students of Classes VI-IX
Poems by Tagore are spiritual and mercurial in nature. The students of our school stepped forward to pay a tribute to this Nobel Laureate through a dance performance on his work.
Dance Performances by:
- Ananya Ahooja IX
- Saanvi Kaushik VIII
- Jeevika Umesh VII
- Aahana Jain VI
‘तोता ‘- Hindi Play on the famous story by Tagore compiled by students of class X
Costumes Inspired from Tagore’s Outfits
Tagore was very fashion conscious and created a unique fashion of his own. Tagore is one of the greatest writer of all times who not only brought his characters to life through words in his novels and poems, but also sketches to bring them to life. He drew outfits that he imagines his characters would wear. To rekindle his memory and fashion style, students took inspiration from Jobba(a cross between Baku,the long dress from Darjeeling and Kimono from Japan) and designed costumes.Tagore was very fashion conscious and created a unique fashion of his own. Tagore is one of the greatest writer of all times who not only brought his characters to life through words in his novels and poems, but also sketches to bring them to life. He drew outfits that he imagines his characters would wear. To rekindle his memory and fashion style, students took inspiration from Jobba(a cross between Baku,the long dress from Darjeeling and Kimono from Japan) and designed costumes.
The students in the video are:
- Yana Sapra VIII B
- Avni Sikder VIII C
- Rushil sinha VII C
- Aashi Seth V C