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Unity in diversity is our strength and our varied and rich culture our pride and what better way to celebrate our Independence Day than by teaching our children to be proud of their country.

Keeping this in mind, Independence Day in Aadhar was celebrated in a different way this year. Each class represented a state and the children learnt about the history, language, festivals , monuments, food, dances etc of that state through slide shows, activities and a 'hands on' participation in decorating the class through the week . Each state was visited by the kids on the 17th while the parents were invited to be a part of the celebration on the 18th of August.

The different states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Punjab, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, New Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Assam and Uttar Pradesh came alive with the colourful decorations, monuments and handicrafts on display and the vibrant costumes. Each visitor was greeted in the regional language of the particular state and invited to meet the CM and other celebrities of the state, taste the local cuisine as well as enjoy the dance performance. The students talked about their states' history and enlightened the guests on the various facets of the state. The students and teachers were dressed up in the traditional costumes and added colour to the festivity!

The whole block reverberated with music filtering in from the classes as the kids performed the Garba in Gujarat or the Bhangra in Punjab; the Bihu in Assam or the Lavni of Maharashtra. The little kiddos of Aarambh performed on ‘Bumro Bumro’ while the South Indian states put up amazing classical dance performances!

And Rural India being an important part of who we are, was represented too with the activity teachers recreating the village of Chandanpura with a 'haat', 'khet', 'kutiya, 'halwai', 'a potter’s wheel and a 'Gram Panchayat'. The teachers enacted out the various facets of village life with a message of education for all and putting a stop to open defecation.


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11th Commemoration Day of The Sanskaar Valley School

The Sanskaar Valley School celebrated its 11th Commemoration Day, which is celebrated to felicitate scholastic achievers of the public examination of the Council. Umang Hall welcomed the school's 156 achievers along with their parents, teachers, staff and students. The chief guest on the occasion was renowned academic Shomie Ranjan Das. The programme began with the lighting of a lamp, followed by Ganesha Vandana.

Tribute was paid to Shri Ramesh Chandra Agarwal by observing a minute's silence and a video was played in which he had spoken about his vision for the school on Founder's Day, 2016.

Principal Amlan K Saha welcomed the gathering and emphasised the importance of academics along with co-curricular activities. He presented the school's academic report, where he gave an overview of the achievements of the students in the ICSE and ISC exams.

The Masters of Ceremony were Head Boy Devak Namdhari and Head Girl Nandita Gattani.


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Founder Day 2016 - 2017

The Sanskaar Valley School has successfully completed its Founders 2016 in the month of December 2016. The Events were Sanskaarnival, Awards Night, Session with a Mentalist – Mangesh Desai, Cultural Performance, Euphoria Form Morning, Sportacular.


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Sanskaarnival

Sanskaarnival was a beautiful, sun-filled November afternoon with balloons and aero models in the sky and colours of happiness and excitement on the ground. The genius minds at the exhibition and talented voices and feet on the stage were the cherry on top of the cake. Students took their sweet revenge from the teachers by sending them to the in-house jail. The day was honoured by the presence of Brig. Dalbir Singh Chahal.


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Award Ceremony

The Day is designated to award and appreciate the excellence and eminence of Young Sanskaarians during the academic year 2015-16. It is indeed a great honour for The Sanskaar Valley School to have Mr. Kumar Mangalam Birla as the Chief Guest for the Founder’s Awards ceremony on Day 2 of 10th Founder’s Celebration.


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Illusionist and Mentalist

Day 2, Decennial Founder’s Celebration, 2016

The stand-up illusionist and mentalist as he calls himself Mr. Mangesh, indeed, mesmerized the audience with his mind boggling tricks. From magic tricks to hypnotism Desai did it all on stage, till his grand finale where he presented a pre-written letter that predicted all that the audience said later on during the live performance.


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Euphoria-2016

With 10th year’s jubilations around, Prangan celebrated, Form Morning ‘EUPHORIA-2016’ with thrill and power packed performances of the students. The mesmerizing show was a stimulating experience and left the audience spellbound.  Thunderous clapping, unceasing appreciations and magnanimous compliments of proud parents and teachers made the students jump with joy and brought an end to the mega event.


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