Painting Exhibition 'Abhivyakti'
25-27 Aug' 2023

25 August 2023

26 August 2023

27 August 2023

56th Annual Day celebrations of the evening classes of The Mother’s International School (MIS) were held in the Hall of Grace on 25th, 26th and 27th of August 2023.

An art exhibition, Anubhuti, with works of art by the students was inaugurated on the afternoon of the 25th by Shri Ashutosh Sharan, senior arts teacher of MIS. Cultural programmes on all three days began at 5:00 pm. Chief guest was Captain Shikhar Jauhari, a lover of Indian culture and art. Vidushi Mitali Chakraborty, a retired Director of All India Radio and Shri Mohinder Singh Sareen, retired director of Door Darshan were guests of Honor. Tara didi and senior members of Sri Aurobindo Ashram-Delhi Branch blessed the occasion.

The audience was thrilled to see the performance of Martial Arts by students of Taekwondo. Then, younger children sang Sargam Geet in their playful way followed by Flute recital in Raag Bhupali set to Teen Taal and Tabla Vaadan by Tabla students in Teen Taal showing many varieties. After Spanish Guitar recital, there was mesmerizing Odissi Dance performance!

26th August program began with Kathak Dance, Shiv Vandana. Then came a Hindustani Classical Vocal recital by Junior students who sang Jhula to daro Kadam ki chaiyan, written and composed by the late eminent musician, Pt. Vinay Chandra Maudgalya, in Raag Tilak Kamod set to Deepchandi. This was followed by Violin vaadan in Raag Bhimpalasi set to teen taal. A subsequent item was Carnatic vocal concert by the well-known Vaggeyakars of south India. Thereafter came the scintillating Bharata Natyam performance based on the theme of Vande Mataram.

27th August witnessed Senior students singing Hindustani classical Music in Raag Kamod in Vilambit and Drut Kheyal – Barase Badariya Saavanki and 8 Ye ri jane na doongi. After that Teachers were felicitated by our Tara Didi. The last item was Kathak Dance recital – Ganesh Vandana in Jhap taal and Krishna Bhajan in teen taal. The celebrations ended with Rashtra Gaan “VANDE MATARAM”.