Hindi Diwas Celebrations

Hindi Diwas Celebrationsबृहस्पतिवार, १३ व शुक्रवार, १४ सितम्बर, २०१८

Hindi is the soul of Indian culture.

A week full of celebrations and achievements commenced on 15th of September at The Modern School, Ghaziabad , as the school celebrated ‘Hindi Diwas’ with full vigor and enthusiasm.

The celebrations began on the 12th of September, Wednesday, as the students participated in various Intra- Class competitions tailor–made for bringing out the hidden talents of our scholars. The tiny tots of Nursery and K.G. showcased their love and respect for our mother tongue by dancing and reciting Hindi rhymes. Next in line were the students of classes P1, P2 and P3 who melodiously enchanted hindi dohas written by Sant Kabir, Sant Rahim and many other renowned saints .The students recited the couplets and expressed the meaning as well.

As the Intra- class competitions continued further, the scholars of Classes P4 and P5 participated in ‘Kahani Vachan’ as they narrated and enacted the famous stories from the literature world.The seniors of S1 , S2 and S3 recited self created poems as they participated in Intra-class ‘Swarachit Kavita’competition.

All the wonderful presentations were a treat to the eyes and ears of the audience as the students delivered their best. The judges faced the toughest battle of choosing the winners as all the groups delivered their part flawlessly.

The following winners got another chance to present their talent on the 14th of September, as the school came together to celebrate ‘HINDI’ – the language of the common man:

Doha Vachan Pratiyogita


Aaradhya Gupta, Pulatsya Shandilya, Avighna Agnihotri, Gaurang Tyagi, Samyak Jha, Prithvi Raj and Vivaan Awasthi.



Rudransh Nigam, Akshat Tyagi, Lakshay Hoon, Bhawna Mukherjee and Divyansh.



Ayush Yadav, Samarth Chaudhary, Priyanshu Mittal,Navika Chaudhary, Vihaan Roy and Pahal Agarwal.

Kahani Vachan Pratiyogita


Divyanshi Mehrotra, Adeep, Dishi Garg, Vansh Chandela, Aditya Aditya Agarwal.



Divanshi,Jatin Jadon, Aryan Bhatnagar, Vedant Prasad, Om Sanwal.

Swarachit Kavita Pratiyogita


Suzain, Kshitij Jain, Shanaya Sethi.



Krishiv Chaudhary, Yash Verma, Mittul Sahu, Sanvi Bhola, Anushka Das, Lakshay Yadav, Garv Goel, Sakshi Hoon.



Sejal Chaudhary,Amog Pandey Aaryan Srivastava

The enthusiastic and energetic students of S1, S2 and S3 also presented ‘Nukkad Natak’ to bring forward the importance of ‘Hindi’.

The celebrations didn’t end here as the winners as well as the participants earned a huge round of applause and motivation by our principal Mrs. Rachna Agarwal.The participants were highly appreciated for their sincere efforts and the winners were granted another chance to perform for the grand finale.

The culmination of the program on the 15th of September, added another successful event in the history of The Modern School, Ghaziabad. The hyped day started with a warm and inviting welcome extended to our esteemed parents by the laborious and creative staff members.

As the audience was seated, Sejal Chaudhary, our anchor for the day, invited our Principal and guests to light the sacred lamp. The students and the staff seeked special blessings from the Almighty as our classical dancers performed ‘Ganesh Vandana’ with deep devotion and affection. The motivating speech by our reverend principal emphasized on the importance of ‘Hindi’, inspired the audience and filled their hearts with a sense of pride on being named as ‘Hindustani’.

The power packed performances show cased by the winners of ‘Kahani Vachan’, ‘Swarachit Kavita Path’and the much hyped ‘Nukkad Natak’ mesmerized the audience.

The lengthy and thunderous round of applause by the audience expressed the successful ending of the event. The wide satisfying smile on the face of the staff and the participants conveyed the message of the happy ending of the week long celebrations of our very own language – ‘HINDI’.

Thus our students beamed proudly over their new found love for Hindi and helped others to understand the importance of the language.

‘A country that does not take pride in its language and literature can never progress’.