Royale Concorde International School, Mysuru, on Saturday celebrated its annual day, ‘Sanskriti.’ The theme was ‘Befitted with the thought to express change and evolution of culture of India.’
G T Devegowda, MLA, Chamundeshwari constituency; Kannada cine actor Ragini Dwivedi and Dr Bhavya Gowda, chairman, Vidyavardhaka Education Trust were the special guests of honour.
Dr Bhavya Gowda, managing trustee of RCIS spoke about the trends in education.
The programme was an amalgamation of various hues and the students spread the colours of peace and happiness. All age group students showcased their talents.
Various dances like Bal Ganesh, party dance, tribal dance were presented by the students. The beautiful rendition of Gangavatharna and Tulu dance in the traditional attire was spellbinding.
Theme-based dances captivated the audience. Rajasthani, a folklore from the land of sand dunes added colour to the festive occasion and the synchronised dance movements to the foot tapping music of Bhangra enthralled the audience.
An astounding visual treat was presented in Dhasahavatar.
L R Shivarame Gowda, chairman, Royale group of Institutions, presided over the function. All the management trustees graced the occasion.