Delhi Public School Indirapuram (DPSI) commemorated the legacies of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri with a series of engaging activities for students from Nursery to Class V. A number of activities served as a reminder of the enduring values of peace, non-violence, and social justice that continue to inspire our students.
A special assembly was presented by students, with kids donning Khadi attire, echoing the values advocated by these revered leaders. A student presented a heart-touching poem honoring Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri’s contributions to India’s freedom struggle. Students also enacted Gandhiji’s historic Dandi March and conveyed the message of non-violence. Dressed as Gandhiji’s monkeys, they also emphasised, “See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.”
Class 3 students expressed their thoughts on Mahatma Gandhi through creative writing, while Class 4 students learned to craft the iconic Charkha symbolising self-reliance and freedom. Class 5 students showcased their knowledge through an educational quiz to analyse their understanding of Mahatma Gandhi’s life and his role in India’s independence movement.