Sunday, December 2, 2018

Trainee Civil Servants Celebrate Colourful “India Day”Showcasing Unity in Diversity






The trainee civil servants at Dr. MCR HRD Institute of Telangana organized “India Day”with gaiety and fervour,with a view to showcase culture, customs, arts & crafts, and cuisine of the diverse regions of the country andhelp build pride among people in the country’s rich heritage.Besides over 300 trainee civil servants, the event was graced bySri B P Acharya, IAS, Spl. Chief Secretary & DG, Dr. MCR HRD Institute and other dignitaries
Dressed in theirunique traditional attires of various States, all the trainee civil servants, who were looking dashing in their own right, not only created a captivating spell but also converted the campus of the Institute into Mini India.

The trainee civil servants took out a colourful procession from the Godavari Residency to Administrative Block and culminated at RamadasuRangasthali Lawns. They gave into the festive moodof the occasion and danced to the rhythmic beats of the drums and electrifying musical band.The contingent of officers from Maharashtra, mounted on horseback and led by their leader dressed as ChhatrapatiShivajiMaharaj, was the highlight of the procession.

The Heightened Entertainment Quotient

The trainee civil servants presented a feature-rich cultural program, which included energetic folk dances and glorious songs from North East, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Haryana, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, UP, Punjab, Rajasthan, etc.The dazzling display of colourful costumes and unique jewellery from across the country captured the hearts of one and all and also left them awestruck.  
In addition, the trainee civil servants rendered hit songs in Hindi, Tamil, Bhojpuri, and Malayalam, recited poetry, presented costume-play dealing with such social issues as ‘BetiPadhao; BetiBachao’ and received multiple rounds of standing ovations.The spectacular talent of the trainee civil servants not only uplifted the mood of the audience but also ignited the air with the magic of unity of India in the diversity of its cultures.
“The India Day Celebrations were greatly instrumental not only in understanding the diverse cultures of different regions of India but also in building bonds with ourco-trainee civil servants from various services”, opined the trainee civil servants unanimously.
The food served at the event, which represented different regions of the country, was in line with the objective of India Day to explore ‘unity in diversity’.
The lively anchoring by Sri Anil Yadav, IPS and MissShruthee Srinivasan, IRS (C & CE) was an icing on the cake.
-Press note

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