Universal Brotherhood Day Celebrated - VKV Tafrogam
On 11/9/2019, a colorful and memorable Brotherhood day was organized in our school. Universal Brotherhood Day is observed on September 11 every year. It marks the commemoration of Swami Vivekananda’s famous speech delivered on September 11 1893 in Chicago to the delegates of the World Parliament of Religions. The speech is popularly remembered for its opening words – ‘Sisters and brothers of America.’
Event was upto noon and was held in the prayer hall of our school. In this mega event, 750 parents partook.
The grand show commenced by the arrival of parents. Then the Chief Guest, the Deputy Commisoner of Lower Dibang Valley , Smt.Mitali Namchoom who was former student of VKV Tafrogam . There was a colourful welcome with bouquet made by students, followed by lighting of the lamp. It was accompanied by a melodious mangala charan, It was followed by a welcome speech and school report given by the Principal of VKV Tafrogam. Felicitation of chief guest had been done by Shri pradeep kr. Pandey ,cluster - in charge. Km. Lisika Thalai of class VIII retold the chicacho address. Significance of the day voice overed by Shri Ashok Atale, from VK Arun jyoti . Prize distribution ceremony was held to felicitate the students who achieved in curricular, co - curricular and extra curricular activites Then there was memento presentation to the invited guest, aspiring speech was given by chief guest and the grand event began. It was a truly mesmerizing show as the teams from all the classes presented many programmes . There was welcome dance, action song, Mismi and Adi dances, Sanskrit patriotic song, Hindi story telling and potraying scences from swamiji's life. Everyone sat glued to the show. The Chief Guest praised the entire event a lot. She guided with her inspirational words and inspired to do better; she mentioned that VKV was the building blocks of her life and she also quoted, where ever she was, discipline she learnt from VKV lead her path. It was followed by aformal vote of thanks. It was followed by santhi mantra and the event concluded.
We really enjoyed a lot and dispersed with a sincere hope that such mega events should be organized on time and again giving the students a chance to display their talents.
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrated - VKV Tafrogam
Festivals close knit us. Festivals help us to stick with our tradition,rituals and spread spirituality. It also informs, educate, reenergize our body, mind and soul. Ganesh Pooja is one of the colourful festivals. *Students of VKV Tafrogam* celebrated in grand manner! entire school was joined their hands for Celebration. It started with idol making competition, students of four different groups made the idols and class 10 students made the sanctum sanctorum of a puja.In the morning teachers and students made mothagam. In the evening student made Idols placed in the well decorated altar. Spiritual ignite imbibed in the souls through banjans and pujas. Prayer end with distribution of delicious prasad!
Janmashtami Celebrations - VKV Tafrogam
Raksha Bandhan Celebrated - VKV Tafrogam
Raksha bandhan, the festival of unity was celebrated with complete devotion, tradiotional and religious fervor in VKV Tafrogam on 15th August 2019. The preparation for the celebration began 2 days earlier by involving all students in various competitions like rakhi making, poster, card making etc. The outcome of the competitions were wonderful. The judges had a tough time to select the winners. The celebration began with a speech about the importance of the day by our hindi teacher Sri.Dhananjay Mishra. He gave a meticulous account of the belief and religious rituals about the festival.
On 14th April 2019, Three teachers along with 5 students went to tie rakhi to the various offices of DC, DDSE, medical hospital,SBI bank and Tafrogam village.
Then Raksha Sutras were tied to the trinity of Sri.Ramakrishnan, Maa Sharda and Swami Vivekananda. Then the principal Smt.Shanti Manoharan Didi tied rakhi to Sri.Pradeep Kr Pandey Sir and all the teachers. All teachers and students showed their respect by tying rakhis to each other.
The celebration was complete with sweet distribution.
The main attraction of the celebration was the participation of all family members who reside in the campus.