KRISHNASTAMI & TELUGU DAY CELEBRATIONS
Once again to remind the cultural heritage of India, Adityans amalapuram celebrated Krishnastami. Not to forget, one’s own mother tongue Telugu Day was also celebrated in the memory of Sri Gidugu Ram Murthy Pantulu.
The importance of Krishnastami and the greatness of Lord Krishna was let known three songs and dance.
The language ‘Telugu’, its literary richness, beauty and the importance of leaning was made understood to the children by the Teachers of Telugu Department.
Our Principal and Vice Principal appreciated the performance of the little adityans and also suggested the assembly not to ignore our Mother Tongue in flow of modern education.