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  • 3 Aug 2021

    In our shining and flourished S.D. Mother International School ten students who secured good marks and have spread the name of our school and aspirated to the respected teachers.

  • 21 Aug 2021

    On the auspecious occasion rakhi making competition has held on in SD mother international school and spread enthusiasm of student Raksha Bandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. To strengthen this bond. All classes participated in the competition and made colourful rakhi’s. They used decorative threads, stars, mirrors, pearls and flowers for making beautiful rakhi’s.

     

  • 30 Aug 2021

    Krishna Janmashtami, also known as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Shree krishna, the eighth avatar of Lord Vishnu.Janmashtami, the birth of Lord Krishna was celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in. The whole school was adorned on the theme,“Krishna ki Nagri”. The environment was full of joy and happiness.

    The programme started with the welcoming of – our Principal Mr. Indramani Mishra,   along with the co-ordinators, office staff members, teachers and our dear children. After this there was a flow of great performances dance,Rangoli, Flute and Break the Matkki by  students.

    All the dances were marvelous, entertaining and full of enthusiasm. Lastly there was a great performance portrayed all the avatars and good deeds of Lord Krishna in one single. Everyone’s heart was filled with Love and devotion for God.

    ]Jai Shri Radha Krishna

     

     

  • 4 Sep 2021

    On the occasion of teachers day 5 Sep 2021
    It is said that the bond between the teacher and taught that is peculiar to India the teacher is not a man who come to teach us and we pay him and there it ends 
    The teachers are greater than our own father. Father gave us this body but the teacher has showed us the way of salvation.

    The light of the world, the beacon in the dark and the hope that gives us strength to survive, is our teacher. Today we celebrate Teachers' Day. A day, kept aside to honour the gifted souls who work everyday to make sure that the future is bright for all of us. Let us welcome all the teachers with a big round of applause.

     

     

  • 20 Sep 2021

    Dear Parents,

                    This is to inform you that parents teachers meeting has to be held on Wednesday 22-09-2021 related to Fancy Dress Competition. Your arrival is compulsory with your words from 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM.

    Regards: SDMIS

     

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  • 15 Sep 2021

    The country of India is a country with unity in diversity. With its varied religion, culture, languages and traditions, the people of India live in harmony and unity. Among the variety of languages that are spoken in India, Hindi stands out to be the most used and spoken language.

    As per the records in the year 2001, twenty-six crore citizens spoke in Hindi. The Hindi language received a high status and was adopted as the national language of India on September 14th 1949. Today we celebrate Hindi Diwas on September 14th, and the language of Hindi has been given the tag of “Rashtra Bhasha”.

    The Hindi language was written in the Devanagari script as one of the two official languages of the Republic of India by the Constituent Assembly of India. Several citizens rallied and lobbied in favour of the Hindi language such as Beohar Rajendra Simha, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Kaka Kalelkar, Maithili Sharan Gupt and Seth Govind Das.

    On the basis of the Indian Constitution, as per Article 343, Hindi was adopted as the official language. More than 250 million people speak Hindi as their first language.

    Our mother tongue Hindi is celebrated on Hindi Diwas to show respect to our country.

    Hindi Diwas is celebrated with great enthusiasm and pride all over India. From educational institutions to government offices, all give honour to our national language.

    History speaks that, Hindi has been the main language used by the scholars in their great literary works. Ramcharitmanas is a literary work that describes the story of Lord Rama in Hindi and is one of the most important works by Goswami Tulsidas, which was written in the 16th century. Hindi is one of the most primitive languages that originally belong to the Sanskrit language. From the past, Hindi has evolved as a language and has become our Rashtra Bhasha.

    In the year 1917, Mahatma Gandhi highlighted the importance of Hindi at a speech he presented in the Gujarat Education Conference at Baruch. He emphasized that the Hindi language should be used as the national language and should also be used as a communication link for economy, religion and politics.

    In different educational institutions, Hindi Diwas is celebrated where students recite different poetry in Hindi, read out Hindi essays. Quiz competitions are organized, and stories in Hindi are read out on this occasion. It brings great honour to see that our national language is gaining popularity in both national and international platforms.

    In modern times, people have been influenced by the Western world. The significance of the Hindi language is dying out. Hindi Diwas keeps people connected to their roots and reminds people of their native culture. There are many Indians who still feel privileged in maintaining Indian culture and still hold onto the importance of Hindi language.

    Thank You.

  • 13 Oct 2021

    After 9 days of prayer on the tenth day the celebration of Dusshera is done with great reverence and joy. This festival is also known as Vijaya Dashmi. It is celebrated as the symbol of victory of good over evil. On this day huge effigies of Ravana are set to fire to symbolize the defeat of evil powers.

    On this very same day Lord Rama defeated the demon king Ravana and freed his abducted wife from the evil clutches of the demon. Lord Rama freed the world from the atrocities of this evil demon on this very same day. He defeated the evil powers and established the rule of righteousness. Prior to the battle with Ravan, Lord Rama worshipped Goddess Durga. Goddess Durga was greatly pleased with his prayers and Lord Rama with the boon of victory.

    Lord Rama defeated Ravana and from the very same day the practice of celebrating Dusshera began. From ancient time the practice of celebrating Dusshera is being followed all over India. People burn effigies filled with fireworks and crackers. In West Bengal the devotees who had installed the idols of Goddess Durga in their homes take out a huge procession to take the idol for immersion to nearby water bodies. The procession is taken with great dignity and people are very much excited about this procession.

    The devotees who observe fasts during the Navratri days give alms to the poor and needy on this day. Also offerings are made to Brahmins to get their blessings. Ram leela is organized in the nook and corner of the city. Fairs are held in different parts of the country.

    Vijaya Dashmi is also considered an auspicious day for worshipping the weapons. People perform Shashtra pooja on this day and ask for strength from the almighty. The festival is celebrated with great excitement all over the country not only in India but abroad also. This festival is celebrated by the natives of Bangladesh and Nepal also. The NRIs wherever they might be living they celebrate this festival to keep the culture of their country alive.

    The temples are lighted up and the cities are bathed in light. The entire country sparkles up on this day. On this festival of victory of good over evil we should pledge that we will not do anything harmful to anyone nor we will let anyone suffer due to the evils. Let’s take a vow on this holy occasion that we will work for the benefit of the country as well as others and will abstain from all the vices.

     

  • 30 Aug 2021

     

    International Women’s Day is a which is celebrated on the 8th of March every year. It’s a day for celebrating women who work hard every day to achieve personal and professional goals.

    It’s a day when there are activists, movements, and March that happen all around the world. Around the world, it is the DayDay with the most changes. One of the reasons for protesting is for the liberation of women around the world.

     There are some countries where women don’t get equal rights. In these countries, the role of women is limited to household chores. However, this needs to change because women deserve equal opportunities at everything like men.

    The world is moving towards achieving gender balance. It’s moving towards equality for both men and women. The change is something that is needed and is essential. For ages, men have had more privileges in every sphere of society. However, that needs to change because we are all humans, and we should all get equal rights and opportunities.

    International women’s DayDay is a day where everyone appreciates everything that the women in their lives do. It’s a day when everyone acknowledges the value and importance of women in their lives— of women in the world is immense.

     

     

  • 2 Oct 2021

    Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd  October  to remember Gandhi’s principles of peace and non-violence. And to educate and inspire the present generation, the contribution made by Gandhiji to make India an independent country. He has gone through a long struggle so that the people of India can breathe in an independent nation. He was a devotee of truth and non-violence (Satya and ahinsa ke pujari). In his honor, the UN General Assembly has announced this day as The International Day of Non-Violence, on 15th June 2007.

    Every year Gandhi Jayanti is feasted at Raj Ghat, Delhi and our prime minister along with the president of India gathers here to pay the tribute by offering flowers to his Samadhi. Also, his favorite song “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram” is sung for him. All the schools, colleges, private offices, and government organization remains closed on this National holiday.

    Gandhiji’s full name was Mohandas Karam Chand Gandhi. He was born in a small coastal town of Gujarat, known as Porbandar, in 1869. He was an honest man and ‘truth lover’. In 1888, he completed his law in the UK and then shifted to South Africa to practice it. After 21 years, he started with peaceful civil disobedience or Satyagraha. After coming back to India, with Ahimsa (nonviolence), he fought for the freedom of India from the British rule. It is because of him and other national freedom fighters, India got freedom from 200 years of slavery.

    Gandhiji being such a great leader, preferred to wear Khadi clothes. He never accepted British culture and always followed the old traditional culture of India. He always encouraged the people of India to have faith in themselves and fight for their rights. He asked the Indians to not to serve the British and fight for their freedom. It is because of his devotion and struggle, that India is a free bird today.

    Gandhiji spent a major part of his life to get freedom for our country. He joined Gopala Krishna Gokhale, who was already struggling for India’s independence. During this struggle, Gandhiji has to go jail several times. He has led to many important movements such as the Quit India movement, Civil Disobedience Movement and Non-Co-operation Movement. Also, he started Dandi March or Salt Satyagraha in 1930 and walked for 400kms. Quit India was a call to Britishers, to leave India and go.

    He did great works all through his life which still has an impact on the people in this modern era. He has worked with great effort to achieve Swaraj, to remove untouchability customs from society, the eradication of other social evils, empowering women’s rights, developing the economic condition of farmers and many more.

    Many leaders and freedom fighters have also contributed their part in getting India’s Independence such as Azaad, Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and many more. They have fought till the death has touched their feet and taken them to heaven. In the history of India, these national freedom fighters along with Gandhiji will always be remembered. India finally got its independence on 15th August 1947 and we celebrate this day as “Independence Day”, every year.

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