LEXINGTON, MA–Shishu Bharati, the school of languages and culture of India, will hold its grand affair on Sunday and will celebrate rich Indian heritage and “Folk India.” Approximately 1,700 students, parents and guest are expected to attend the event at Lexington High School in Lexington, MA, Shishu Bharati said in a statement.
Students and families from Shishu Bharati’s all three of branches–Lexington, Nashua, NH, and Walpole, MA), will join the community in celebrating and rejoicing the rich Indian heritage.
“Roughly 1,600-1,700 people are expected to gather under one roof at the Lexington Campus,” the statement said. “While the Alumni band proudly plays the two National Anthems, students from all ages (KG-8th grade) will dazzle the audience with Indian Folk dances from various regions.”
“Guests of the event will have a memorable time, and will take with them cherished memories of Folk traditions from every corner of India,” the statement said.
Shishu Bharati, a 38 years old school serving the Indian community, started the 2016 school year with over 870 students registered and about 250 volunteers committed and dedicated to the common goal of providing education to kids.
In 2016, for the first time for Shishu Bharati, several alumni volunteer students (who met the requirement) also received the United States “Presidents Volunteer Service Award”. Such students were honored with a Certificate, Medal, and a Letter from President Obama while the younger kids and parents in the audience cheered them on with pride and appreciation.