Navaratri represents a celebration of the Goddess of power. It happens to be the most auspicious and unique period of devotion and worship of the divine, Maa Durga. The surroundings of SVM snowed under the beats of Garba when the school organised a Garba Night. The energy of the children in fabulous performances of Garba with colourful dresses grabbed the attention of the spectators in the central lawn. Traditional costumes, food, music, dance and much more.. became the part of the festivity. The Garba Girls played and danced Garba on the tune of astonishing lyrics composed for holy praise of goddesses and P. Swamiji.
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Monday, October 26, 2015
The school celebrated an auspicious day, Sharad Poornima. Let us delve deeper into this special day. Sharad Purnima, to celebrate and rejoice Guru Gunatitand Swami’s birthday and P. Hariprasad Swamiji’s 50th Bhagawati Diksha Din, was commemorated in the central garden of the school, at the full moon night. The cultural fiesta commenced with a devotional Nritya and Shloka. The programme was marked with a chain of events including Bhajan Sandhya, and video presentations. Heart stirring incident on the life of H.D.H. Swamiji, with the theme of ‘Suhradbhav’ was classily and gracefully acted by the students. The event was concluded with the dance act and was indisputably the major pursuit of the event.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Sunday, October 11, 2015
School is fun and the school life is more enjoyable when the classroom education is enriched with direct experiences of life. The purpose of such picnic is not just to provide pleasure to the students but to help them broaden their outlook, develop independence and self-confidence in life. To serve the same, SVM students were taken on class picnics and educational tours. All the Excursions were absolutely relished with gusto by the picnickers. The chosen destinations of the different Classes for the year are as follows.