News & Events / Celebrating ‘Passion with Compassion’ Flash@Brigade – Rangeelo Rajasthan at The Brigade School @ J.P. Nagar



Flash@Brigade was back at The Brigade School @ J. P. Nagar for the fourth time.We celebrated Rajasthan in all its grandeur through our carnival. Keeping in mind the ethos of the school, ‘Passion with Compassion,’ this student-led initiative aimed at directing all the proceeds of the Carnival for the betterment of health and education of underprivileged children.

Ms. Shankar, our founder, inaugurated the event, after which a delightful cultural programme staged by the students marked the beginning of an eventful day. The senior and junior school band and choir evoked strong feelings with their soulful singing – a fusion of various genres like rap, Rajasthani folk, Qawwali, and Indi-pop. The electrifying performance induced energy in the air and set the mood for an unforgettable day.

Our fashion show was an ensemble of fusion clothing with a vivid touch of Rajasthan, which was both wearable and affordable. The entire show was choreographed and presented by the students of Std. 9 to 12.

“Ghoomar,” “Katputli,” “Bhavai,” and “Gair” dance forms synchronised and performed by 120 students was a feat to behold, showcasing the rich tapestry of traditional Indian culture. The dance captivated the audience with its graceful movements, vibrant costumes, and the sheer brilliance of collective execution.

The football field had innovative game stalls lined up by our students that promised exciting prizes through their exhilarating games. Those who were looking for some bone-chilling thrills found themselves in the Horror House, that was put up by the students of Std. 10 and 12. Students of Std. 1 to 5 showcased their Mind Space Activity with interesting activities lined up for the audience.

During the grand finale, the Arts and Performing Arts Department mesmerised us with their dance and music performances. Parents entertained the crowd with a flash mob, and the alumni walked the ramp in the grand finale. DJ Sammy, an ex-student, ended the day’s delight by keeping the crowd glued to his beats. The crowd was delighted with the ‘Go Live’ performances where our alumni and external artists sang popular numbers in different languages.

The carnival was a stupendous success reaching a footfall of more than 6000 people. The parents and alumni exhibited their solidarity by participating actively in the Carnival and donating generously to the cause.
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