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International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day
International Dance Day

                                                                                                                                       INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY

Friday : 29-4-22 

‘ International Dance Day ‘ at The Modern School Gzb.

‘Dance is a language that creates a joy in your mind and soul.’

On the occasion of ‘International Dance Day',  an Intra-School Dance Competition was organised at The Modern School, Ghaziabad. 17 Finalists contested in the Competition. Mrs Manju Mehra , the School Principal , introduced Ms. Ragini Maharaj, Renowned Kathak dancer and Granddaughter of Pt. Birju Maharaj Ji. Ms. Ragini has performed in various dance dramas choreographed by her grandfather Pt. Birju Maharaj Ji and is well known  for her dance moves and expressions.

The programme was taken forward by the MC,  Ms. Shubhi.

The participants were divided into 3 categories. Category A- P1 and P2

Category B- P3 and P4

Category C- P5-S2.

Students performed on various songs which were a combination of classical and Western dance forms. The students performed to the best of their potential and mesmerized the audience with their enthusiastic performances.

The position holders were as follows:

From Category A:

First position was bagged by Anshika Jain(P2) and second position was shared by Jagriti(P1), Srishti(P1) and Manasvi(P2).

From Category B:

 First position was bagged by Avyan Gupta (P3), second position was bagged by Aadrik De(P3) and Agastya Suhanda(P4) and third position by Sadhya Raghav (P4).

From Category C:

First position was bagged by Hashmita Tyagi(P5), second position by Mishika Gupta (P5) and third position was shared by Samridhhi (P5), Kalash Sharma (S1) and Ayantik De (S2).

Special Mention was given to  Chaarvik Tanvar, Darsh Garg and Tapasvi who impressed Ms. Ragini to the best of their extent.

The students were trained by our dance instructor, Ms. Priyanka. The participants were well appreciated by Ms. Ragini.

On special request, a breath taking Kathak dance was also presented by Ms. Ragini who not only with her dance moves but also with her expressions, captivated the heart of audiences.

Ms. Ragini congratulated the winners and appreciated the performance of all the children. Also, she encouraged them to participate more in such competitions to enhance their talents.

    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    Interactive Session with Ms Ishi Khosla
    In conversation with Ms Ishi Khosla, Nutritionist 
    (Modernite 1981 Batch)
     
    1. Kshitij Jain - Ma’am, Should we consume milk as nowadays many people are not supporting it because cows and buffaloes are given injections. Do you think milk is pure to drink?
    Ishi Khosla- It’s a question which can be answered only with a customized approach. We cannot make generic recommendations for everybody because some people need it as it’s a part of their vegan diet. One has to drink milk as it contains nutrients like calcium, phosphorus etc.
     
    2.Padmaksh Raghav- How important is diet to keep mental stress away?
    Ms Ishi Khosla- The foods that we eat don’t just impact our physical health. Just like the body, the brain runs on fuel from our diets – and there’s a strong connection between the quality of that diet and the way that our brains function, particularly when it comes to mood. So, what you eat also affects your mind.A proper balanced diet rich in fibre, folate, potassium, and vitamin A should be consumed. Eat the rainbow diet whenever possible, meaning colourful veggies and lots of dark, leafy greens and good fats.
     
    3. Anaya Tyagi- Are artificial sweeteners better than sugar?
    Ms Ishi Khosla- Artificial sweeteners made through chemicals aren’t beneficial and are no longer the healthy alternatives to sugar. One should have honey, jaggery, raw organic sugar like coconut and stevia, mashed organic fruits, nuts etc .

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