Pompous Annual Day Celebration at Neelkanth VidyapeethAfter a one month day and night practice, Neelkanth Vidyapeeth showcased a grandeur and colourful presentation on its fifth Annual Day. Mr. Etela Rajender, the Minister for Finance, Govt. of Telangana State visited as chief guest on this event. Many guests from the city and out of the city looked in on to behold the celebration.The programme started in a traditional way with prayer and lighting lamp. Director Mr. Nainesh Patel and the vice principal MR. Ramkumar greeted the guests with bouquet. Ajinkya Joshi and Ashlesh Rao were marvellous as anchors. The vice principal. Mr. Ramkumar Kashyap read out the annual report. He focused on achievements and fruits throughout the academic year. The guests were welcomed by a scintillating dance. Pranav Agrawal and Devansh Aagrawal shared their experiences of hostel life in Neelkanth Vidyapeeth in English and Hindi respectively. Festival Dances stole the hearts of the spectators. It compiled Makar Sankranti, Shreekrishna Janmashtami, Shivratri Ganesh Chaturthi and Holi. The performances gave the glimpse of major festivals celebrated in India. The Tron dance in the darkness dazzled everyone. The life-changing speeches of P.P.Shastry Satyaprkash Dasji Swami, the founder saint of Neelkanth Vidyapeeth, P.P. Govindanand Swamiji, who poised us by visiting from Vrindavan and P.P. Haridarshan Swamiji made the audience speechless. Drama Mangal Pandey held the breath of the spectators. Gyration Twirl was a ring show of its kind. Karate and magic were astounding. What a mesmerizing flaunts were they! The students sported high spirited team coordination. The meritorious students were felicitated by the chief guest of the evening. The latter said that that evening would be in his memory for a long time. One of the pass outs, Niket Parikh said in his speech that he is adhered to old traditional values and principles that he learnt even after he has left the school. At the end the director of the school, Mr. Nainesh Patel expressed his gratitude to one and all followed by Maha arti and display of fireworks. The flames in the earthen lamps moved in the air as if they themselves are doing arti to Lord Shree Swaminarayan.