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Teachers Day

Teachers Day

Teachers' Day in India is celebrated on 5th September every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was born on 5th September 1888. As an educationist, he was an advocate of edification and was a distinguished envoy, academician, and above all a great teacher.

 

Avin International School solemnly celebrated Teachers’ day with great gusto and gaiety on 5th September 2019. Students performed a sparkling cultural show to denote their love, respect, acknowledgment, and recognition of the hard work put in by the teachers towards their development. They also entertained teachers by arranging fun games for them. The principal extended her heartiest thanks to all students on behalf of the staff.

Sri Krishna Janmashtami

Sri Krishna Janmashtami

Culture Education is an essential aspect of the curriculum. Understanding this importance and glorifying Indian traditions with the young generation, AIS celebrates Janmashtami every year. Janmashtami is also known as Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami. This day marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna who is considered as one of the most powerful human incarnations of the Lord Vishnu. To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, Janmashtami was celebrated at AVIN on 23rd of August, 2021 with mirth and joy. It was celebrated with the same great zeal and pomp by our tiny tots this year too. Students of AIS looked adorable dressed as Krishna, Radha, and the Gopis

Independence Day

Independence Day

Independence Day, in India, is celebrated annually on August 15. Independence Day marks the end of British rule in 1947 and the establishment of a free and independent Indian nation. It also marks the anniversary of the partition of the subcontinent into two countries, India and Pakistan.

In AIS, Independence Day is celebrated with flag-raising ceremonies, drills and singing the Indian national anthem. Additionally, various cultural programs were organized. Our tiny tots were dressed up as freedom fighters. Independence Day was celebrated with immense zeal at AIS. Songs were sung in praise of the freedom fighters as well as our motherland. Pre-Primary and Primary children were dressed up in tri-color. There was joy all around the campus.

Dussehra

Dussehra

Dussehra which is also known as Vijayadashami is a major festival that is celebrated at the end of Navratri every year. It is a celebration of the victory of good over evil. The festival of Dussehra draws its origination from the great Hindu epic Ramayana which says that the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Lord Rama killed the ten-headed devil Ravana in the Sat-yuga since Ravana had abducted Lord Rama's wife Sita. To commemorate this day, Vijayadashmi or Dussehra is celebrated.

Diwali

Diwali

As one of the major cultural festivals in India, Deepavali (also known as “Diwali” or the “Festival of Lights”) is a celebration that marks the triumph of good over evil. It’s when thousands of Hindu families in the city—and across the world—transform their homes into beacons of light, exchange gifts, share feasts and perform pooja (prayers) to deities such as Lakshmi, the goddess of fertility and prosperity.

To make the students understand the importance of Diwali, AIS had a celebration in school on 28th Oct 2021. Teachers explained the importance of Diwali, the festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. AIS had even organized some fun-filled activities for students with the theme – No Noise Diwali.

Kannada Rajyothsava

Kannada Rajyothsava

Rajyotsava (meaning 'state festival') commemorates this day in 1956 when the state of Karnataka was created by merging all the Kannada language-speaking regions of South India. Following India becoming a republic in 1950, different provinces were created based on the languages spoken in a particular region.

The Chairman of the institution, Sri. Vinod Kumar paid his honour to Karunada Taayi Bhuvaneshwari with flowers and deep respect. The programme commenced with Nadageethe “Jai Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe " followed by a short cultural programme from our students with songs and dance highlighted the day.

Children’s day

Children’s day

On November 14 every year, Children's Day is celebrated all across India. It commemorates the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru, who, due to his love for children was fondly known as Chacha Nehru. The day accentuates on the importance of giving love, attention, and affection to children. Children's Day was celebrated at AIS on 14th Nov 2021. The celebration commenced with an invocation. Mrs. Arpitha gave an inspiring talk on how to have a positive attitude. 

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