Environment Engineer Gaurav Anand leads the Independence Day event at Kerala Public School, Kadma, with speeches, dance, and music.
JAMSHEDPUR – Gaurav Anand, an Environmental Engineer, was the chief guest at Kerala Public School Kadma’s Independence Day celebration, adding an air of significance to the occasion.
The event started with eloquent speeches by Aarushi Ojha, Devanshi Singh, and Priya Kar, each echoing the spirit of freedom and unity.
Adding to the ambiance, the school choir performed the national anthem and a stirring patriotic song, reflecting national pride.
A mesmerizing group dance by the school’s dance troupe, along with a poignant enactment of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, showcased the students’ creativity and passion for history.
Divyanshu Tiwari uplifted the audience with a motivational speech in Hindi, followed by a melodious flute recital by Pragati Pattanaik, filling the hall with resonating sounds of culture and heritage.
In his address, Gaurav Anand emphasized the importance of remembering freedom fighters, embracing technology, and nurturing environmental responsibility, leaving a lasting impression on all present.