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Hindi Diwas celebrations at Bhavans Kuwait
January 19, 2018, 1:46 pm
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Indian Educational School (IES), Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, a staunch supporter of authentic Indian culture across the Middle East region and elsewhere celebrated the true spirit of ‘Hindi Diwas’ on 14 January at the IES school auditorium.

The Department of Hindi organized many cultural events as part of the celebrations such as the Interschool ‘Nukkat Natak’ (Street Play) contest, which was indeed the highlight of the celebrations.  Eminent writer Dr. Navneeth Gandhi and Sapna Joshi, HoD, Hindi, Kuwait Indian School were the chief guests as well as the adjudicators of the interschool contests.

The program began with the ‘lighting of the lamp.’ The ceremonious lamp was lit by all the invited dignitaries. Many school teams participated in the Nukkat Natak competition which had the theme ‘Kahin kho na jaye bachpan.’ (Childhood). The Street Play team of Delhi Public School, Kuwait was adjudged to be the best. The team that represented the host school was declared as the first runner up and the team that represented the United Indian School was declared as the second runner up of the Nukkat Natak Competition.

In the sub-junior category, Ammar Yusuf of Indian Community School, (ICSK) Junior won the first place in the Story Telling competition. The second and the third prizes were bagged by Ruth Ann Joby of ICSK Amman and Amairah Sharma of IES respectively.  In the junior category, Aman Baig of Learners Own Academy (ILOA) won the first prize. The second and the third prizes were won by Maryam Chorghay of ICSK and Priyati Alkesh of Smart Indian School (SIS). A puppet show and a dance by Devi Nandana and Harichandana added spice to the Hindi Diwas celebrations.

‘Hum honge kamyab,’ the Hindi version of the world famous marching song ‘We Shall Overcome’ was sung by the IES students amid thunderous applause.
The prizes were given away by the guests amid applause of appreciation. Swarna Saini, Faculty Head, Hindi delivered the welcome address.

Mrs. Vandana, a member of the Hindi faculty proposed the vote of thanks.

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