Schoolchildren from 4 Delhi faculties and folk artists from Japanese Zonal Cultural Centre, Kolkata will participate within the cultural programme throughout the Republic Day parade on January 26. The variety of taking part kids and folk artists have been reduce down to 400 this yr, in contrast to greater than 600 final yr, in view of the Covid-19 restrictions.
The Ministry of Defence and Directorate of Schooling, Authorities of NCT of Delhi have chosen 401 college students and artists – 271 women and 131 boys – from DTEA Senior Secondary Colleges, Delhi, Mount Abu Public College, Rohini, Delhi, Vidya Bharti College, Rohini, Delhi, Authorities Ladies Senior Secondary College, B-2, Yamuna Vihar, Delhi and Japanese Zonal Cultural Centre, Kolkata.
‘Imaginative and prescient for a Self Reliant India’ is the theme of Mount Abu Public College, Delhi and Vidya Bharti College, Delhi through which 38 boys and 54 women will take part.
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A complete 102 college students of Authorities Ladies Senior Secondary College, Delhi will current a programme on the theme ‘Hum Match toh India Match’ impressed by the Match India Motion launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Nationwide Sports activities Day on August 29, 2019.
One other 127 kids from DTEA Senior Secondary Colleges, Delhi will present case folk dances of Tamil Nadu of their conventional apparel. A complete of 80 folk artists of Japanese Zonal Cultural Centre, Kolkata will current the folk dance ‘Bajasal’ from Kalahandi, Odisha.
The younger members expressed their happiness to be a part of the Republic Day parade. They stated they have been overwhelmed with a way of pleasure as they have an opportunity to showcase their expertise earlier than vital dignitaries on Rajpath.
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