School trips leave a great impact in the minds of students where they go without their family; accompanied by friends and teachers. This enables them to rely on themselves and learn to be responsible and independent.

Students of grade IX went on a school trip to Delhi, Jaipur an Vrindavan for a duration of 5 days. (Nov 1st – 5th 2019)

On the first day students stayed in Delhi, where they visited the Rashtrapathi Bhavan and Akshardham Mandir and had a mythological experience portrayed by a fascinating fountain show.

On the next two days, students visited the spiritual city of Vrindavan. The localites here believe that Lord Krishna still resides here in his supernatural form. Visit to  many significant temples here recharged everyone spirtually and a boat ride in river Yamuna was very exciting and a fun filled evening in Lord Krishna’s playground, Raman Reti was indeed a spiritual experience.

The last two days were spent in visiting many historical places in Jaipur, the highlights being a tour of Amer Fort and a Rajasthani cultural experience in Chokhi Dhani.Students also visited a Goshala here and had loads of fun playing tug of war. The educational experience in Jantar Mantar were truly fascinating. The day ended with meeting the famous U-19 cricketer, Kamalesh Nagarkoti at the Jaipur Airport.

The amount of fun students had in this trip has no parallel. The days flew by swiftly and everyone could barely acknowledge its end. This was indeed a trip students would cherish forever.

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