Kerala Piravi marks the birth of the state of ‘Kerala’ in India. Keralites celebrates this day. The name Kerala was formed from the term ‘Kera’ means coconut tree, and ‘alam’ means land. Keralam means, the land of coconut trees. On Kerala piravi day the spirit of Malayalam is dawned in the heart of every Malayalee. It is a proud moment since it is a commemoration of God’s own country.
Wadihuda Crescent English Medium School also celebrated Kerala Piravi Day on November 1st with different programmes depicting the love of Kerala and Malayalam. The programmes were conducted and organized by the language club (Malayalam) of the school. The language (Malayalam) teacher of the school had given a full effort and support for the students to conduct the programme in a well manner. The school conducted a special assembly on that day. The entire school assembly was in Malayalam. The programme was inaugurated by the respected HM of the school, Mr Shabeer NP. As an encouragement and motivation, Shabeer sir also sang a beautiful Malayalam song for his students. He also spoke a lot about our God’s own country. Even every teachers and students took a special pledge on that day. The other programs conducted were group dance, mime, Mappilapattu & poem recitation by the craft & art teacher.
and teachers were enjoying the programmes.
Even though, the programme lasted only for two period, it was a grand
success. That short period of time was
enjoyed by everyone, other than, any Art program or annual day programme.
staffs and every students were free to move forward and present their
views and ideas in our mother
tongue. Everyone was proud to speak in
Malayalam as a Keralities. The Kerala Piravi
celebration will be a remarkable one in the history of Wadihuda Crescent
English Medium School.