Special Assembly on Eid-ul-Fitr
Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated to mark the end of Ramzan which is a holy month of fasting for the Muslims all over the world. Eid is a day of festivity and celebrations.
Achieving another milestone in this lockdown period we at DPSGN celebrated Eid-ul-Fitr with great fervor by organising a Special Assembly in which our students enthusiastically participated and gave a strong message of love and harmony.
First of all an introduction about the festival was given by Diva Singh of V A and Ananya Agarwal of IX A giving us an insight about the importance of Eid-ul-Fitr.
A beautiful rendition of prayer ‘Bind us Together…’ was done by Shashwat of VIII A, Mekhla Rajvansh of IX C, Aparajita Singh of IX C and Kanishk Upadhyaya of VIII C prepared by our Music department.
A powerful thought about gratitude and love for all was presented by Arushi Chowdhury of VIII D. It was followed by a speech stating the true essence of Eid celebrations-that is harmony, kindness, gratitude and charity presented by Aaradhya Pandey of VII C.
Students of primary section Vanya Mishra, Tvisha Bharti, Varalika Pathak, Vihaan Pathak of IV C and Diva Singh of V A presented a beautiful dance presentation under the able guidance of our Dance department uplifting the mood of celebration.
Mekhla Rajvansh and Aparajita Singh of IX C alongwith Daksh Arora of VI A, Darsh Kulkarni of VII A and Shashwat of VIII A crooned a soulful hindi song in their melodious voices heightening the celebratory mood.
Little artists of DPSGN gave the message of “Unity in Humanity” through beautiful paintings made by Lavanya Vashisht of I C, Samriddhi Chowdhury of III B, Aarna Singh of I A and Hamza Sheikh of VI A which were colored in the mesmerizing colors of love and brotherhood.
An interview was done in which our students and parents through video messages shared how they are helping the poor and the needy through whatever means they have. Ashmeet Kaur of IX C, Sheikh Mohammad Bilal of X A and Aparajita Singh of IX C shared how they’re keeping the spirit of one-ness alive.
A special presentation was done by the students of XII B Asma Saeed, Sarah Saeed and Aiman Ahmad, Aamish Siddiqui of XII C on the importance of zakat-charity which is the third important pillar of Islam. It gave a powerful message of bridging the gap between the privileged and the poor by sharing and caring.
Anchoring was done by Ms Shabnam Siddiqui.
In the end our Principal Ms Rupam Saluja gave a vote of thanks to one and all for making it truly a ‘Special Assembly’.
Creative head Mrs Rupam Saluja Principal