February 20, 2016: The Trio Tots Centre in Sahakarnagar witnessed vibrant culture and scintillating colors as the tots donned costumes to represent Indian culture in all its glory. This extravagant exhibit came as a part of the Trio Tots annual day event that unfolded on Saturday, 20th February, 2016. Ms. Anju Cherian, Founder, Baby Sensory- a cognitive development programme for newborns, was the Chief Guest of the event. The theme of the event was “Padharo Mhare Desh – Welcome to My Land – India”. The tiny tots highlighted the vibrancy of the cultural heritage of India donning traditional attires of cultures from around the India and introduced the audience to lesser known facts about the States.
The sweetest slice of the day arrived as the tots decorated the stage with high spirits and engaging performances. It was a delighted sight as the little ones swayed to Goan beats, performed a synchronized Kashmiri Rouf. Another interesting performance that left the audience spellbound was Kalaripayaytu- a martial art influenced dance form from Kerala. Students further stepped up the tempo with folk dances such as Garbha, Brita dance from West Bengal, Assam’s Bihu, folk dance of Karnataka and Punjab’s own Bhangra. The event focused on throwing light on the diverse cultures of the country and enlightening children about of the wealth of heritage India owns.
“It is important to establish a sense of solidarity among children from a young age, so that as they grow up they learn to adapt to the diversity around them. The theme of the event was centered around diversity so that the children would be able to not only see diversity, but also experience it themselves and in the meantime enjoy it,” said Mr. Naveen, MD, Trio World Academy.
Trio tots, the pre-school wing of Trio World Academy, recently also set stone in HSR Layout, providing parents an opportunity to introduce their toddlers to a creative and engaging learning atmosphere.