COME CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE AT OUR ART SCHOOL

OUR ART SCHOOL IS YOUR SECOND HOME

Junior Pencil and Chai are organizing a gala time for all our little bosses. Above all, Art school in Jayanagar will be launching into the saga of our national theme-Independence Day.

Can it get more interesting? Sure it does.

We are organizing a special story-telling art class in Jayanagar. Drawing is always more fun with the story around it.

Kids are born with inherent creativity. As elders, we should cultivate and inculcate their authenticity in the long run.

Not to mention, a class with a blend of education and fun is always inspiring.

HOW IMPORTANT IS INDEPENDENCE DAY?

Well, it is a fiesta of colours at our Art school in Bangalore. However, the past is irreversible.

Slavery is no dream and yet we were a long time back.

We can never forget the people who spent their entire lives fighting for our rights. People not only lost their lives, homes and families but also lived a nightmare.

Moreover, people had dreadful days and sleepless nights. Yet our fighters did not give up on the future generation.

We can never thank them enough for giving us our mother back.

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had announced independence on the night of 14th August 1947.

While the world was sleeping, India was celebrating their first freedom. India accomplished freedom from the British Raj on 15th August 1947.

We shall unite and pay our deepest gratitude to all our freedom fighters at our Art school. They will always be our inspiration.

DIG YOUR ROOTS AT OUR ART SCHOOL!

 

Rabindranath Tagore composed ‘Jana Gana Mana’ in Bengali by December 11, 1911. Also, he is India’s first Nobel Laureate.

The words are common in most of the Indian Languages.

The pronunciation varies by the accent of respective regions.

  • NATIONAL SONG

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay composed ‘Vande Mataram’ on November 7, 1875. He will certainly live in our hearts as a legendary writer and novelist

Young revolutionist, Aurobindo Ghosh translated the poem into English. He titled ‘Mother, I bow to thee’.

His main aim was to familiarize the international audience.

India adopted its National song on January 24, 1950.

  • NATIONAL ANIMAL

The national animal of India is the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger. The national animal of a country symbolizes the country’s natural abundance.

Our country adopted the Royal Bengal Tiger as a national animal in 1972.

  • NATIONAL BIRD

The national bird of India is the graceful Peacock. It represents beauty and rich religious involvement.

As a matter of fact, we adopted the magnificent Peacock as our national bird in 1963.

  • NATIONAL FRUIT

It is our favourite Mango. In fact, it is the national fruit of India. Furthermore, it represents prosperity, abundance and richness.

We adopted Mango as the national fruit in 1950.

  • NATIONAL FLOWER

Lotus, also known as the Padma in Sanskrit is the national flower of India.

In addition, it represents the core values of Indian spirit. As a matter of fact, it also symbolizes knowledge, spirituality and richness.

India adopted lotus as the national flower in 1950.

  • NATIONAL TREE

Great Banyan is the national tree of India. Not to mention, it symbolizes the philosophical and spiritual values. Likewise, These embeds the core of the country’s heritage.

Our country adopted Banyan as the national tree in 1950.

  • NATIONAL GAME

Field Hockey is the national game of India. In the long run, it is one of the most ancient games in today’s time.

The British Raj established the first Hockey Club in Kolkata by 1855.

  • NATIONAL EMBLEM

The national emblem is based on the Lion Capital of the Ashoka Pillar in Sarnath.

In essence, it holds the motto of ‘Satyameva Jayate’ or ‘Truth Alone Triumphs’.

Furthermore, The state uses the seal for official purposes. Madhav Sawhney adopted the national emblem on January 26, 1950.

India is the Land of Colors. It is also notable for democracy and cultural diversity.

All things considered, let us unite and work on our responsibilities.

Our children deserve more in light of the country’s betterment.

We summon all the little ones to unmoor their creativity at our Art school in Jayanagar.

 

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