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‘Hakuna Matata’ evening organized at IES
May 1, 2017, 1:14 pm
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Hakuna Matata (No Worries) is the urban mantra for a stress-free lifestyle. The newly instated Staff Club of Indian Educational School, (IES) Kuwait gathered the Bhavans’ teaching fraternity at the school auditorium for a treat of music, dance, drama, poetry, fashion show, and a DJ.

The Chill Out evening began with hot beverages and steamy snacks before the teachers moved to the auditorium that was transformed into an enchanted land reminiscent of folktales.  A magical invocation dance by a learned classical dancer of the Bhavans family Deepthi Nimod invoked the blessings of the divinity. The elegance of the classical dance then paved way to musical pastiches, medleys, and heavy metal rock music. The auditorium witnessed the finest flairs of the top-notch pedagogues in the town who sang tunefully and danced to the tunes of the fast numbers.

Then, a humorous skit was staged by the kindergarten wing of Bhavans with the Principal of Jack and Jill Rathi Raveendran playing a prominent role followed by a stage dance performance. The male members of the fraternity danced to popular Arabic tunes after which the Rajastani and Tamil folk dances were performed by the wondrous dancers of IES.

A session of regional songs and Bollywood songs energized the gathering, before a soulful poem was recited by Suresh V Balakrishnan, the senior vice principal, Bhavans Kuwait that evoked the nostalgic memories of the homeland. A fabulous Fashion Show featured the beautiful ladies of Bhavans including Lalitha Premkumar, the vice principal, the primary and KG wings. Excitement rocked the auditorium during the DJ show led by the dancers roped in from the Rhythmscapes Academy of Lifestyle. 

Ending the program, T. Premkumar, the principal, Bhavans thanked the staff club members for organizing the ‘chill out evening’ in the most amazing fashion. He praised the talented staff members of Bhavans, Kuwait for the display of their talents.

The emcee of the event was E.P. Prasad (Member, the English Faculty).   Freny Abraham, the president, staff club proposed the vote of thanks. She thanked N.K. Ramachandran Menon, the chairman, Bhavans Middle East profusely for his kind gesture that helped the club host the chill out evening. She also thanked Meenakshi Nayyar, the vice principal, CCA for her tireless endeavors that made the event truly memorable.

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