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(Translated from Hindi)
Mangarh: In this male dominated world where approximately 927 girls for every 1000 boys are taken out of school early so that they can help in the fields or work as child labourers to support their family. But in a small village, Mangarh, Kripalu Mahila Mahavidyalaya, Kripalu Balika Primary School and Kripalu Balika Intermediate College, founded by Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj has given girl children every possible opportunity to make their career bright and beautiful and for which an Annual Function, "Utthan 2011", was organized in their collage campus.
The program began with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guests High Court Justice Dilip Gupta, Chief Income Tax Officer G.N. Pandey and Doordarshan General Manager S M Khan. The prize distribution ceremony took place, and these chief guests distributed medals and certificates to the students who topped in their particular class.
After this, the cultural program began with Ganesh Vandana which gave a wonderful start to the program. After this the students of Kripalu Balika Primary School welcomed the chief guests and the parents in their own way. They presented a dance on the song ‘swagatam’.
The next act was ‘Panchmahabhut’ where five elements of the universe i.e water, earth, air, fire and sky were presented by the students of the junior class of Kripalu Balika Intermediate College.
The jungle theme ‘Jungle ki Kahani, apni zubani’ was the next act. Here the students, through their dance form, tried to tell the story of the alarming condition of the environment. It gave the lesson that cutting trees can make living difficult. Killing animals for personal use is immoral and unethical.
Not only this, but the next act ‘Anekta mai Ekta’, where students very gracefully proved the proverb ‘unity in diversity’ - before being a Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christian, we are human beings.
To make the environment light, students performed a Magic show where these students very cleverly showed their magic tricks and left the audience mesmerized.
Next performance was a Krishn leela, where students changed the mood and made the audience groove on the oldest lovestory of Krishn and Radha.
After this, the grand finale of the mega event arrived where the students paid huge respect to Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. They expressed in their own way their love and respect for Shree Kripaluji Maharaj who gave these students a platform to showcase their hidden talent in such a small village like Kunda.
In the end, Shree Kripaluji Maharaj thanked the students, the audience and all the people associated with the program. The chief guests also congratulated on the success of the program and wished the student good luck for their future.