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Ryan International School 75th Republic Day

Published On : 28 Jan 2024   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai, Jan.27: Ryan International School, Kulai, Mangalore, joined the nation in celebrating the 75th Republic Day with great national fervour and festivity. The hoisting of the national flag, an impressive march-past, and a spectacular cultural programme marked the celebration.

Col. Sharath Bhandary, Dr. J.N. Bhat, and the principal of the school hoisted the tricolour. The parade of different squads to the tunes of the school band electrified the atmosphere. The tastefully decorated school exhibited the rich heritage of art and crafts, creating the perfect ambience for the celebration of Republic Day 2024. The cultural extravaganza, including captivating dances, melodious songs, and engaging skits on the theme of unity in diversity, instilled a strong sense of patriotism.

While addressing the students on the occasion, the esteemed guests urged the students to cultivate a deep sense of responsibility toward their nation, a message that resonated powerfully with the audience. The event ended on a high note with a beautiful closing chorus performed by the school choir, creating a lasting memory of the event's essence and patriotic spirit.







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