Janmashtami, 2021

JHPS celebrates Janmashtami

Once Again on the Virtual Platform

“Yada yada hi dharmasya glanirbhavati bharata

Abhythanamadharmasya tadatmanam srijamyaham”

The Students of Jubilee Hills Public School, Hyderabad, celebrated Krishna Janmashtami on 31stAugust, 2021. Through the virtual platform they spread the fervour and enthusiasm to their fellow mates and seniors to join in the celebrations of the festival.

Krishna Janmashtami, is also known as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Krishna is the preserver among the Trinity.

The students from the Primary Section aptly sang devotional songs and recited slokas from the Bhagavad Gita to relive and revive vividly the birth of Lord Krishna and his early childhood. The tempo was further enhanced by the rhythmic scintillating rendition of dance performances by the Secondary students, a vivid delineation of the Krishna’s ‘Leelas’ to signify the occasion.

The ‘Dahi Handi’, the ancient game held the students in rapture as it was played with hearts thumping with excitement and zeal to break the ‘Handi’ to win.

The Chairman, Sri A.Murali Mukund, greeted everybody especially the students as he highlighted this idyllic occasion and its significance.

The Vice-Principal, Ms P. Kanchana Valli was all appreciation of the efforts put together by the students and accentuated on the need of the hour as love, compassion, humility and devotion to comprise an integral part of all actions for a congenial society and environment.

Parents expressed their gratitude to the Management for organising such intrinsic information through students’ participation to revitalise values and enlighten the students of their religious heritage.

Posted on August 31, 2021

75th Independence Day, 2021


“Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high into that heaven of freedom, my father, let my country awake”

The 75th Independence Day was commemorated by the Jhpians across Hyderabad with the virtual platform vibrating and reverberating with awe and veneration for the Freedom fighters on 15th August 2021. The students’ resilient patriotic fervour sought the blessings of the Almighty with a prayer song for bestowing freedom to Indians after a long 200 hundred years’ struggle.

This was followed by the virtual flag hoisting ceremony and the hoisted tricolour showered the petals of freedom. The Vice- Principal, Ms. Kanchana Valli gave a welcome speech reflecting upon the heavy price the freedom fighters paid to severe the shackles of the British rule. She stressed upon the need of the hour for the young and old to contribute a little good through benevolence and compassion for others as constant advancement for Mother India.

Students paid homage to the Freedom Fighters for their selfless sacrifice and struggle to break from the chains of oppression and rule to Freedom and a Democratic India. The students’ efforts were laudable and praiseworthy for the visuals through the PPT on “India – Then and Now” The portrayal of emancipated women through ‘Unsung Female Heroes’ , was followed by the skit on Mahatma Gandhi’s life , an eye opener on the importance of exercising self-control. On the lighter side was the song in Sanskrit depicting the beauty of India and the instrumental music of ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’ that touched the heart’s core. The patriotic dance was a perfect closure to the celebrations leaving the lyrics and rhythm to strum the heartstrings.

For a prelude to the Independence week, several competitions like fancy–dress, quiz, and declamation, slogan-writing and poster–making were conducted virtually. The air was loaded with suspense and expectation as the prize winners were announced.

The Chairman, Sri A. Murali Mukund, in his address to students, emphasised that this historical legacy has to be constantly fortified by the present generation through dedicated thought and action to remain vibrant and vitalising down the generations to come.

The virtual expression of patriotism portrayed by the students was exceedingly appreciated by the parents as they thanked the Management for the ‘clairvoyance’ into time through their joint efforts.

The programme came to a close with a ‘Vote of Thanks’ given by the student.

Posted on August 16, 2021