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"A fun-filled celebration of Rain ! A day at the sludgy fields"
"Sunshine brings happiness but those who have danced in the rain know better as the heaven opens and raindrops drizzle the earth, old wells revive, tea coloured puddles form wet fields a deep serenade of peace overwhelms the earth "

Trinity Central School has been captivating the essence and traditions of Udupi through amazing presentations over the years. This was proved yet again as the school hosted “Let’s get sludgy" a day at the sludgy fields” on the 29th of June 2024 at Bhandasale fields of Perampalli.

The president of the program Rev.Dr.John Alwyn Dias, chief guest Mr. Yashpal Suvarna, MLA of Udupi, "Tulunada Manikya" Mr Aravinda Bolar, a famous comedian of Tulu film industry, Rev Fr Vishal Lobo, Parish Priest Perampally, the Principal Rev. Fr. Dominic Sunil Lobo, the Vice Principal and the Administrator Rev. Fr. Ravi Rajesh Serrao, Academic Coordinator Ms. Magdalina Lewis, PTA president Mr. Srinivas G were present on the dais. To the beats of the drum, resonance of trumpets and with a thunderous applause the guests were escorted in a ceremonial way. With grace and poise, the fidelity for our culture was glorified with the procession from the school to the Bhandasale field.

A wonderful day began by glorifying the Almighty, through a prayer song sung by the staff. Ms. Benta Dsouza welcomed the gathering.

In his message, Mr.Yashpal Suvarna MLA of Udupi, highlighted the benefits of sludgy day and praised the school for organizing such an event. He said, “This is the first time a school has organized an event like this." He stressed that such programmes will help the children to bring them into the rural mindset and future generations can understand our tradition. He also remembered his school days where there was no such celebration, so he thanked the institution for taking a commendable step in organizing the event.

Mr.Aravind Bolar, a well known artist observed on the occasion, that 'Modern kids are not aware of the significance of agricultural activities. He said that earlier people used to spend their whole day in muddy fields, but now it's just for one day. Such events help the children to understand the origins of rice and our traditions. He also expressed his contentment for being part of the occasion. He emphasized the advantages of getting ourselves sludgy as it is a medicinal mud bath for our bodies. He concluded his speech in a humorous way by sharing some of his life experiences.

Fr Vishal Lobo, Parish Priest of Perampally highlighted the significance of event and our responsibility and role towards environment.

Fr John Alwyn Dias, president of the program, acclaimed the institution for rediscovering and reconnecting with the culture through the event. He also expressed the gratitude to the farmers and their hard work through his words of wisdom.on this occasion. He encouraged the parents and teachers to teach the importance of labour and gratitude towards mother earth to the students.

All the chief guests were felicitated by the Principal along with all the dignitaries on the dais. Ms. Reshma rendered the vote of thanks. The entire formal program was compered by Ms. Smitha Ammanna.

After the formal program, the sludgy fields were open to all the children along with their parents. The following activities were conducted on this day which the participants thoroughly enjoyed; Treasure hunt, backward walk, 100mtrs race, volley ball, throw ball, tug-of-war, parent carrying the child on the back, soge race, musical chair, bomb in the city, buffalo race so on and so forth.

It is said, ‘Count the memories, not the calories’, and for sure the calorie count for children and adults went out of the door, as they made their tummies happy with the traditional food served by the supporting staff. Playing in the rain, especially in the fields was such joy. Likewise for a day of fun in the lush green and brown tinted sludge fields of Perampalli.

We the trinitarians believe that the family that prays eats and plays together stays together. True to this fact, indeed it was a valuable and fun filled experience.


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