Swami BrahmanandPratishthan (SBP) celebrated its 26th Annual Day on 6th February. The event was held at AdhyaKrantiveer Vasudeva BalwantPhadkeNatyagraha, Panvel. Shri Avinash Lad, the Deputy Mayor of the Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) was the Chief Guest.The function started with words of wisdom by our Chief Guest Shri Avinash Lad. He encouraged the organization for its service to the society and complimented our founder, MrsShirishPoojary by describing her as Mother Teresa.Guests of Honour , Shri Sunil Bazare, Senior Police Inspector, Panvel and Shri Raju Soni, Corporator PMC, Pavel City encouraged the organization in its endeavors.
The performances began with a shloka for Goddess Durga. Students of Disha and Falguniunit gave a mesmerizing performance on the song “JaagoMaaDurga”. The tribute to the Gods enthralled all the spectators.Following it was a dance by students of the playgroup. Students looked cute in their animal costumes which enhanced the experience for all. Following the theme of West Bengal, the next performance depicted the fisherman of Bengal and their families’ prayers to protect their members. A variety of dances were performed by the students. It included a tribute to Lord Ganesh and the Ashtavinayak dance and a musical performance by students of the Disha unit. Another remarkable performance was a dance by the primary school girls of Disha unit. The dance was a form of celebration performed in West Bengal after a season of good harvest. A mesmerizing dance on the song “Me Marathi” by students of Sweekar unit, Uranthrilled all present.
The series of wonderful performances were followed by a prize distribution ceremony. The best students were given awards on the basis of feedback given by their teachers. A total of five students received the awards. SnehaVerma and DishaMaru won the Late MahalaxmiHariharan award for their outstanding performance at the World Summer games, Special Olympics in Los Angeles. The Late Mukul Jain award was given to VineetBhoir of Sweekar unit and to Pratik Tayade of the Falguni unit.Ashika Nair of the Disha unit was the recipient of the Vidya award.
Following the prize distribution was a talk by MrsShirishPoojary who spoke on the support she had received during her 26 yrs of journey with Swami Brahmnand Pratishthan from various stake holders. This included parents, staff members, volunteers and donors and many others who had supported and helped the organization reach the pinnacles of success. It was Swamiji’s grace that had connected her to all of them. She expected the same support for the upcoming Brahmagiri Project. This was followed by a vote of thanks by Mrs. Charu Shah. The event was a huge success and showcased the wonderful talent which students possess.
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