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Scholar Fields Public School celebrated the festival of Baisakhi with full fervour and enthusiasm

Scholar Fields Public School celebrated the festival of Baisakhi with full fervour and enthusiasm
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Scholar Fields Public School celebrated the festival of Baisakhi with full fervour and enthusiasm

Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in News/ April 12,2024

Baisakhi is symbolic of resilience and triumph of the human spirit over adversity as evident by the resilience of the farmers who toil hard to reap the harvest despite facing numerous challenges.

The celebration began by seeking the blessings of the almighty God. The soulful rendition of shabad by the music choir filled the atmosphere with positivity.

Scholar Fields Public School, Patiala celebrated the festival of Baisakhi with full fervour and enthusiasm. Jasmanjeet kaur of grade -X presented speech on Baisakhi. After that, Harnoor kaur of grade -X  recited a poem on Baisakhi.

Scholar Fields Public School, Patiala celebrated the festival of
Baisakhi with full fervour and enthusiasm

The students of kindergarten were dressed up in traditional Punjabi attire and grooved on the beats of dhol. The students of grade 1 and 2  presented a ramp walk in their traditional Punjabi attire.

It was followed by two solo dance performances by Gurleen kaur of +1 and Maithily of grade -X. An act was presented on the history of Baisakhi by the students of grade 3 to 6. As Baisakhi is incomplete without the lively beats of the dhol and resonating tunes of traditional Punjabi instruments, so giddha was performed by the girls of senior wing. Afterwards, an energetic bhangra by Shivram Singh of grade -3 was performed.

An origami activity was also organised for the students of grade 3 and 4.

Scholar Fields Public School, Patiala celebrated the festival of
Baisakhi with full fervour and enthusiasm

The event culminated with an address by the school Principal Dr. Poonam Arora who apprised the students about the beauty, significance of Baisakhi and its association with the  Sikh religion.