The 28th Annual Day was celebrated with rhythmic exuberance, enthralling
beats and energy sapping dances.
The Chief Guest for the evening was, Mrs. Yamini Muthanna, danseuse
and former cultural ambassador of India to the U.S.A. as Indo American
India a cultural Kaleidoscope was presented in its original form in
‘Janapada Loka’. The theme showcased the folklore of India
in general and Karnataka in particular.
The programme aimed to promote the rich cultural heritage of India
through its dances. Each dance was unique. Be it the Assamese’s
Bihu, Mizoram’s Cheraw, Gujarat’s folk or Karnataka’s
Suggi Kunitha, Jade Kolata, Beesu Kamsale, Veeragase, Patada Kunitha,
Puthari Kolata or Dollu Kunitha.
Religious fervor in the songs combined with martial dexterity, melodious
music, mesmerizing drums and scintillating performances by our children
enthralled the audience and left then spell bound.
The evening came to an end with the audience swaying to the tune of
Valaga, a characteristic of the Kodavas
Annual day celebration at Sree Cauvery School which
was held on the 23rd
of December 2009, mesmerized one and all.
Capt.B.M.Muddaiya I.N.(Retd) graced the occassion. The other dignitaries
included the members of the Kodava Samaja and the Kodava Samaja Educational
The formal part of the programme included the prize distribution ceremony
and the presentation of the annual report by the Principal. The programme
began with the KG section dancing to the tunes of A.R Rahman's
and the Primary section tapping to the tunes
of Michael Jackson's 'We are the World'
The main theme of the evening's show was Bharatha Vaibhava
the grandeur of India. The captivating programme attempted to chronicle
the history of the sub-continent, the incredible richness and diversity
of its people, cultures and the intense drama of its past. From the
majestic Himalayas in the far north to the tip of Kanyakumari in the
distant south, our audience discovered a land, whose past is unimaginably
rich and the momentous and moving events in the world history were brought
to life through dance dramas.
The evening ended with all the participants on stage swaying to A R
Rahman's Vande Mataram.
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