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Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti
"Give me blood, and I shall give you freedom" -the iconic clarion call by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose sparked patriotism in the hearts of many Indians to join the fight for the country's independence. Even today, these words don't fail to inspire and move us. To honour his contribution to India's struggle for independence, Subhash Chandra Bose's birthday is celebrated across various parts of the country on January 23rd every year.
Sapphire International School conducted a special Online Assembly on the 21st of January,to observe the birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
The programme commenced with rousing welcome address by Ms Bina Jain.
Atharva Raj Chauhan of Grade 7recited a heart warming poem in honour of Netaji.
Kshitiz Bara, Monu and Aashi of Grade 8 and Aayush Raj of Grade 9 threw light on the life and contribution of Netaji.Subhash Chandra Bose, who was among the most ardent freedom fighters of the country and whose sacrifices led to the end of the British rule in India. Popularly known as Netaji, Subhash Chandra Bose had founded the Indian National Army or the Azad Hind Fauj to fight the Britishers.
Bose, who had also served as the President of Congress from January 18, 1938, to April 29, 1939, was known for his courage, leadership skills and extraordinary oratory skills that inspired many to join the Indian National Army and fight for India's freedom.
Aarush and Vishwaraj of Grade 8 quoted a few inspiring slogans of Netaji.
Sanskriti Pal of Grade 8 shared some intriguing facts and controversies surrounding his death.
The entire assembly was meticulously anchored by Aashi of Grade 8. The vote of thanks was proposed by Mr Kishan.
The Academic coordinator, Mr Ajay Chauhan added that Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, who had also served as the President of Congress from January 18, 1938, to April 29, 1939, was known for his courage, leadership skills and extraordinary oratory skills that inspired many to join the Indian National Army and fight for India's freedom. Apart from being a revolutionary, Netaji was also a socialist and hence we must follow the values and ideologies set by him.
The programme concluded with the address by the Principal, who encouraged the assembly that we like Netaji must leave ‘I’ behind and work for the nation. We must do something extraordinary and give our 100% so that we are remembered and cherished. We should thank such personalities who fought for our freedom and following in their footsteps, we should become a good student, a good daughter and son and a good citizen of our country.