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Rev. Dr. Fr. John Alwyn Dias

Rev. Fr. Robin
D’ Souza
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Fr. Vijesh Loyed Menezes
Treasurer, CFSS .

Fr. Anil




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Diwali the festival of lights marks the triumphant victory of good over evil. The portals of the Trinitorium were illuminated with beautiful diyas and an equally mesmerizing floral rangoli, on October 30th, as we celebrated the festival of Diwali, with much fervor and enthusiasm.

The programme, commenced with the pious and traditional lighting of the lamp by Principal - Fr. Anil D’costa, Fr. Ravi Rajesh - Adminstrator, Mrs. Magdelina Lewis – Academic Coordinator and Pre-Primary Section Head - Mrs. Archana Shetty. Trinity’s guiding lights – its teachers enlivened the gathering, by lighting the diyas that were beautifully laid out across the floral rangoli.

The cultural programme, capably led by Lenvil and Vaishnavi of Grade 10, began with the articulate speech of Anusha, who spoke of the Diwali – it’s mythological origins, the significance and purpose of the festival and about the festivities involved.

Our energetic dancers of the Kindergarten performed a fun, cheerful dance much to the delight of the Trinity family.

Diwali – as perceived in the lens of children is mostly about savoring delicious sweets and bursting fire-crackers. Unfortunately, this outburst of cacophonic crackers and fireworks does more harm than good. And this was the idea conceived in the skit performed by the students of Grades 2 and 3. Their skit was a message saying, “Celebrate a Safe and Green Diwali”.

This was followed by a succession of alluring dance performances by the students of Grades 4 to 8.

An animated short illustrating the origins and significance of Diwali was shown which the students thoroughly enjoyed.

In his thoughtful and inspiring speech to the Trinity fraternity, our Principal reiterated the consequential and real meaning of Diwali wherein he spoke of how we as individuals, students, teachers have to not only cleanse ourselves physically, but also spiritually. He also spoke of the importance of light in our lives. We should become the children of light and that can happen by inculcating and applying of good values in our conduct and character.

Harish of Grade 9 offered the Vote of Thanks. The programme came to a close with the rendition of the school and National Anthem.


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