Friday, October 21, 2011

Swamiji Pays a Visit to SVM

H.D.H. Hariprasad Swamiji has a conviction that wholesome education can be imparted only when education and spirituality go hand in hand. This always remains at the core of his philosophy and constantly emphasizes that our students excel in educational, cultural and spiritual endeavour.
P. Swamiji inspired all the students emphasizing the need of hard work and perseverance for brilliant results. Addressing the students who are to appear for Class XII Examination, he appealed to eradicate all those hazards that come in the way of achieving success. He directed them to fix up high goals and to work for attainment of the same.  P. Swamiji, while taking note of efforts made by the mentors and the teachers, directed them to crave for higher goals.

Friday, October 7, 2011

Guruhari's Diksha-Din & Dusserah Celebration

The day of victory of good over evil, Vijaya Dashmi, also known as Dashera, was celebrated on the 5th October, 2011. In the evening, the celebration commenced with the prayer followed by recounting of the significance of the day by Krishna, the student of class-7. A magnificent skit, depicting victory of good over evil, was presented with wonderful stage-settings and realistic costumes put on by the students. Dashera is the day when P. P. Swamiji was accorded ‘Bhagwat Diksha’ and hence presentation of P.P.Swamiji’s life and mission was presented after the devotional songs and dances gracefully performed by the students. Mr. Nikhil Mistry nicely interwove different threads linked with the importance of the day.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Skating Competition

In the District Level Skating Competition organized at Queen of Angels School, Bharuch on October 3, 2011, the students of Sarvanaman Vidya Mandir put a great show while rolling on skates and performing all sorts of tricks demanded by the competition. The students fetched proud for the school as five of them made their way to State Level Competition. The students selected for state level participation are, Diya K. (Class III), Drashti S. (Class V), Mansi Patel (Class V), Priya G. (Class VI) and Suhrad K. Patel (Class  VII).

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Navratri Celebration

After the hectic schedule of Summative Assessment-I, Navratri Celebrations came in as a welcome change for the students for the students of Sarvanaman Vidya Mandir. The school had arranged for Navratri Celebrations for the evenings of 1st and 2nd October, 2011 when all the students enjoyed playing garba. On both the evenings the garbas commenced with the Aarti singing in praise of different incarnations of Goddess Durga. Thereafter students of all classes played garbas moving around in different circles, sometimes with different steps, in pairs or in groups with clapped rhythmic movement. Dressed in traditional in sparkling attires, students presented spectacular sights as they whirl around in ecstasy. These two evenings brought true refreshment to the students which they well deserved.