Chas (Bokaro) :: The three days Cultural week fiesta ‘Avirbhav’ of DPS Chas culminated today with a magnificent showcase of students talent with captivating dances on the beats and melody of provincial Indian dances which won hearts of hundreds of students along with teachers and guests with repeated cheering .
The theme for concluding day competition was ‘Indian Dances’ in which Ganga house opted for presenting ‘Bihu’ dance of Assam, Jamuna house selected ‘Dandiya’ of Gujrat, Chenab house exhibited Sambalpuri dance of Orissa while Sutlej house presented Bhangra of Punjab.
The dances reiterated the importance of rich and vibrant traditions of Indian culture of different states which was observed on myriad performances on music, songs and dances showcasing the talents of budding stars with enthusiastic hearts while cheering crowds kept clapping repeatedly.
Chenab house stole the show and bagged the first position with their enchanting Sambalpuri dance while Sutlej and Jamuna house got the second position jointly. Ganga house secured the third position.
The concluding day witnessed exciting and captivating performances by the enthusiastic students of all houses.
Branding the entire show as ‘fantabulous’, Chief Guest, Pro Vice chairman of the school N. Murlidharan stated that the school was trying its best to bring out the merit and talent of each student and will give more opportunities in coming future.
Speaking on the occasion DPS Chief Mentor Dr Hemlata S. Mohan said that dance is one of the sacred forms of art through which a person expresses his emotions.
She added that the cultural week organised at this school is one of the many opportunities for the students to showcase and express their talent in various performing arts through competitions.
DPS principal Neelkamal Sinha welcomed the guests while headmistress Rashmi Sinha proposed the vote of thanks.