The Sports Day commenced with the lighting of the lamp. The Chief Guest was Mrs. Aparna Prabhudesai, a Mount Everest woman climber and head of a soft-skills & grooming firm in Pune.
What stole the heart away were the mesmerizing traditional Maharashtrian dance lezim firangi performance tuned in with slogans “Jai Bhavani”. Mira’s Schools believe that sports is a vital part of character building in education. The Sports Day seeks to bear witness to Sadhu Vaswani’s motto of Gita and Games wherein students are encouraged to develop the spirit of true sportsmanship, partaking in the games without being attached to results, as teaches the Bhagavad Gita.
“I did not need to eat meat to climb the Mt. Everest”, voiced the Chief Guest Mrs Prabhudesai, a vegetarian, in support of the Mission’s Meatless Day campaign of 25th November.
The colorful morning ended with a vote of thanks and by singing the National Anthem. All this was accomplished under the able guidance of the principal of St. Mira’s Secondary School, Mrs. Anjali Raghani.
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