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ICSK Khaitan rejoices in first Funfair, Namaste India-2018
January 11, 2018, 11:06 am

The first Noble Funfair, Namaste India-2018 was organized by the Indian Community School Kuwait (ICSK) Khaitan on Friday, 5 January, in the school premises. The event emphasized great Indian values and traditions, and aimed to fulfill the motto ‘Charity has no boundaries’.

The ceremony commenced with a Bohra Band followed by a Veena performance before the guests were welcomed by the Vice Principal, Ravi Ayanoli. ICSK students performed an invocation dance. In his presidential address, Principal, GangadharShirsath, wearing an elegant Maharashtrian attire, introduced and illustrated the noble motto of Namaste India-2018 to the public.

The chief guest of the day, Shri Raj Gopal Singh, Charge d' Affaires and Appellate Authority, Embassy of India to Kuwait, appreciated the whole-hearted commitment of the entire school to the philanthropic endeavors behind the great event. The guest of honour of the noble event Major General (Retd.) Mahmoud Ibrahim Al-Tabbakh, lauded the considerable effort of the school to provide a helping hand for the marginalized students of the Institution throughout the year.

The inaugural ceremony witnessed one more milestone in the historic journey of ICSK; the beta launching of ICSK Cloud, a new software developed for the user-friendly, easy and fast access of the academic affairs by students, parents and teachers of ICSK.

Carnival souvenir was officially released with the freeing of the doves and balloons symbolically marked the inauguration of the funfair. The occasion was graced by the imperial presence of Hon. Chairman Sheik Abdul Rahiman, Hon. Vice Chairman, Vinukumar Nair and Hon. Secretary Azharuddin Amer Mohammed along with principals Rajesh Nair, ICSK Amman and Sherly Dennis, ICSK Junior and vice principals of all branches of ICSK.

Different corners of the campus were lively with the world currency expo show, planetarium show, games by Kids’ village, horse riding, Shobha’s mini Indian Bazar, and others. The literary scholars from Writers Forum Kuwait conducted the Hindi Poetry Recitation and Mushaira, while popular Telugu comedians Raghava and Sudhakar made their fans laugh during the stage show. Melodious songs by voice-over specialist Dr. Subhash and Shyamlal added a rhythmic beat to the pulsating excitement. The Funfair had something for people of all ages to enjoy in every way as they wish.

The musical extravaganza performed by very popular Indian youth band ‘Samanwaya’, rocked the campus with their fusion music. Talented artists and diversified dance presentations by ICSK students and various organizations turned the day into a memorable and enjoyable one.

Variety of rides and games, face painting, street play, and a crowd-pulling flash mob were highlights of the event. Various raffle draws with attractive prizes stirred the crowd as did the variety of ethnic edible delights from Indian restaurants. The zeal showed by the people and visitors turned the Namaste India 2018 into an unforgettable event, supported by Target International W.L.L.

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