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MHAC School Nagbani revels in Baisakhi celebrations
4/12/2024 10:10:41 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 12: Amidst an aura of jubilation and camaraderie, the grounds of Maharaja Harisingh Agricultural Collegiate School (MHAC) Nagbani reverberated with festive fervor as students, teachers, and staff congregated to commemorate the vibrant festival of Baisakhi. The Baisakhi celebration unfolded as a mosaic of cultural splendors, offering a glimpse into the diverse traditions cherished within the school community. The focal point of the festivities was the captivating dance performances by both boys and girls, transporting the audience on a cultural journey to the heart of Punjab. The rhythmic beats and graceful movements enthralled all present, encapsulating the essence of the harvest season. Adding to the melodic symphony of the event was a soul-stirring group song performance, resonating with the spirit of unity and gratitude emblematic of Baisakhi. The school premises were adorned with vibrant decorations, transforming the surroundings into a visual spectacle that mirrored the joyous occasion. The youngest members of the MHAC family, adorned in traditional attire, stole hearts with their infectious smiles and innocence, serving as the epitome of youthful exuberance and charm.
Principal Sh. Brij Mohan graced the gathering with his presence and extended his heartfelt wishes to all attendees. In his address, he emphasized the significance of Baisakhi, highlighting the values of gratitude, unity, and renewal that underpin this auspicious festival. His words resonated deeply with the audience, fostering a sense of camaraderie and collective celebration.
The Baisakhi celebrations at MHAC Nagbani not only served as a platform to revel in cultural diversity but also reaffirmed the school's commitment to nurturing holistic development and fostering a spirit of inclusivity and harmony among its students and staff.
As the echoes of laughter and music lingered in the air, the Baisakhi festivities concluded on a note of warmth, joy, and camaraderie, leaving indelible memories etched in the hearts of all who partook in the revelry.
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