Dancing to various tunes

Cultural event

Dancing to various tunes

The auditorium thundered as students, parents and teachers of Oxford Institutions filed in hurriedly into Chowdiah Memorial Hall. It didn’t take long for the large hall to fill up as excited parents pushed past each other to get the best seats. 

Oxford English High School and Oxford Universal Public School recently held their annual cultural festival — ‘Vaibhavotsav’, which saw a large gathering of excited participants and audience. 

The event began with an invocation song and the national anthem. The chief guests for the event were V Somanna, ex-minister and member of Legislative Council, and Umesh Shetty, Corporator, BBMP, of ward 128.

The day also marked the release of Dr MC Ravindra Nath’s biography, which was written by BR Supreeth, the secretary at the school. Ravindra Nath was the founder of the Oxford Institutions and started off with humble beginnings. Supreeth says, “His first students were Lallu, a Christian, Ramya, a Hindu and Akbar, a Muslim. He brought together people from different communities and that’s the kind of school he has built and left behind.”
   
Students from nursery to class ten performed throughout the day. The youngsters danced to songs like ‘Las Ketchup’, ‘We Like to Party’, ‘Gasolina’, ‘Lungi Dance’, ‘Jai ho’, ‘Batameez Dil’, ‘Aaja Nachle’ and more.
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