23rd January marks Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary every year to honour the freedom fighter’s vigour and fortitude. He spent his entire life with the vision of a free India and thus worked tirelessly fighting for his beloved country’s freedom. Besides being a man of great courage, Netaji was not only a scholar and patriot but also an intellectual, socialist, visionary and a warrior in the true sense and the concept of an independent India would not have been possible without freedom fighters and revolutionaries and true sons of the soil like Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose who showed his true mettle for the country. We stand in solidarity in commemorating this patriotic personality.
The vibrant display of the captivating craftwork in the form of handprints by the Nursery students of Ruby Park Public School was a picturesque treat for all. The use of the tri-colour truly depicted their patriotic spirit. The LKG students created an intriguing array of photo frames on paper using Netaji’s pictures and fingerprints. This not only showcased their artistic talent, but also reminded everyone of Netaji’s valour, sheer hard work and patriotic passion. This display also motivated the students to be the enlightened citizens of our country.
Principal Ma’am’s byte – Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s birth anniversary was celebrated to remember the endurance and zeal of Netaji who played a pivotal role in India’s freedom movement. It was really a memorable occasion as it greatly inspired the young minds of our institution to salute Netaji’s indomitable spirit and tenacious perseverence. We look forward to such inspirational celebration for the years to come.