Bal Bharati Public School, Pitampura celebrates 27 years of glory on November 18 and 19. After the peal of laughter, the tears of sorrow, the hard work, appreciation and criticism, the final countsown began for the most awaited two days of the year -- The Annual Day Programme. The annual day exhibition held on Nov 18, was a great success. With the exciting theme of The Colours of life the exhibition was inaugurated by Srikara Naik, Minister of Commerce and Industries. An extravaganza of talent was witnessed at the annual day function and prize distribution ceremony held on the 19th of November. Krishna Tirath, Minister of State for Women and Child Development with independent charge, kindly consented to be the chief guest on the auspicious occasion. Sugesswara P Senadhira, minister councillor to the Sri Lankan High Commission and renowned Kuchipudi and Bharatnatyam dancer, Yamini Krishnamurthy, were the guests of honour. The lighting of the lamp by the chairman, CES, and other dignitaries marked the beginning of the evening programme. The students of the orchestra Mishra Raag, enthralled the audience with their mesmerising amalgamations of varied instruments. This was followed by the invocation of Agni, which displayed a fusion of various dance forms. The senior ballet Three Cups of Tea, aimed at delivering the message of bringing about change in the world. The tiny tots of the Montessori department propagated peace across religions through their ballet Yeh Gulistan Hamara. Through a mesmirising ballet, Give Peace a Chance, the students of the primary department transported everybody into an entirely mythical world showcasing world peace. The chief guest appreciated the school for its infrastructural facilities, dedicated staff and the efficient management that enables it to set significant benchmarks in the field of education.