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    • Food carnival festival

    The South of India is known for its varied styles of cooking which was showcased at the South Indian Food Festival in RAJADHANI RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLl on 29th JAN 2017. A typical ambience has been created in the school campus where various kinds of mouthwatering range of food items were served to one and all. The Chief guest for the festival was Mrs.Pushpa Leela , ex minister of BJP inaugurate the food carnival and ganesh prarthana by class II children and different cultural programmes like KUCHI PUDI DANCE performed by Rama devi Academy children and dance of remix songs performed by children added grace to the occasion also attended by president Mrs. & Mr. Makkapati Chandra sekhar and Principal Mrs.Sarala and the guests present in the school campus. [...]

  • Republic day celebrations in Rajadhani

    The 68th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Rajadhani Residential School on 26th January 2017. The students saluted the National Flag and pledged themselves to upholding the honour and integrity, diversity and uniqueness that is “ India”. The whole school joined the school prayer and the song reverberated in the surroundings . It was followed by pre primary fancy dress competition and beautiful patriotic dances from primary and secondary. The melodious music and graceful movements of the dancers were spellbinding.The Chief Guest Dr. Mrs. Vanaja Lakshmi and principal. Mrs. Sarala addressed the students and urged them to do their best and feel proud to be Indians.The students dispersed after snacks with the image of the fluttering tricolor in their minds.[...]

  • Field trip for staff and class x children

    The staff picnic of RAJADHANI RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL and it was organized on 22/1/2017. Accommodated in two buses, the staff members made their way to BIDEKENNE early in the morning. Songs, snacks and smiling faces made the journey a befitting beginning to a fun filled day. The picnic party’s arrival was anticipated and breakfast was served on arrival. Then came the favourite part: The staff enjoyed and sang popular songs for well over an hour. A big farmhouse was arranged by the management Lunch was a welcome diversion. With legumes, rice, bread, vegetables and a chicken dish, it satisfied everyone’s palate. Post-lunch, the entire group met again in the hall to indulge in games. The lucky winners won gifts. The staff members left the farmhouse at 5.30 p.m. with pleasurable memories of a relaxing day spent with colleagues in the scenic location of Bedekenya. [...]

  • Graduation day

    The procedures and traditions surrounding academic graduation ceremonies differ around the world. Whereas in the United Kingdom a graduation usually only occurs at university level, in the United States of America and many other countries graduations also occur at high schools where no higher education qualifications are conferred upon the graduates. In a graduation ceremony the students dress up in special graduation caps and clothing that are made just for this purpose. [...]

  • Sports Day

    The National Sports Day in India is celebrated on 29 August, on the birth anniversary of hockey legend Dhyan Chand .[1] This day marks the birthday of Major Dhyan Chand Singh, the hockey player who won gold medals in Olympics for India in the years 1928, 1932 and 1936. He scored over 400 goals in his career, from 1926 to 1948. After putting his stamp on international hockey arena, and having served his country to reach its pinnacles of glory multiple times. He is a legendary figure in the Indian and world hockey. The most noted memorials for him is the Major Dhyan Chand Award ,the highest award for lifetime achievement in sports and games in India , and the National Sport day celebrations on his birthday.[...]

  • Bathukamma Celebrations

    Bathukamma is floral festival celebrated predominantly by the women of Telangana and some parts of Andhra Pradesh. Every year this festival is celebrated as per Shathavahana calendar for nine days starting Bhadrapada Pournami till Durgashtami, usually in September–October of Gregorian calendar.[...]