‘Wonders of India’ pays tribute to our heritage

A fantasy  tale of  the ‘Wonders of India’ was brought to life at the 26th annual day celebrations of Chettinad Vidyashram in Kumara Rajah M A M Muthiah hall on February 3. Giving gl

Published: 08th February 2012 10:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:52 PM   |  A+A-

A fantasy  tale of  the ‘Wonders of India’ was brought to life at the 26th annual day celebrations of Chettinad Vidyashram in Kumara Rajah M A M Muthiah hall on February 3. Giving glimpses of the remnants of historic monuments and the epics linked with them, students wove the beauty and grandeur of  our rich heritage into their illustration.

From the statuary of the Brihadeeshwarar temple of Tanjore to the intricate architectural marvels of the epitome of love, the Taj Mahal, young artists unravelled a melange of dance, music and drama to add colour to the celebration.

Their enticing performance, bolstered by the stunning stage setting, had thought-provoking Interludes on folk dance forms and martial arts as an additional highlight. The programme was presided over by chief guest D T Sudarshan, regional officer, CBSE, Chennai and Dr Meena Muthiah, Secretary and Correspondent. The annual report was presented by Principal Amutha Lakshmi.

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