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Samarpan Diwas 2024
Event Start Date : 20/04/2024 Event End Date 20/04/2024


Event: Samarpan Diwas 2024

Date: 20 April 2024

Venue: DAV Public School, Thermal Colony, Panipat, Haryana

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On 20 April 2024, the Samarpan Diwas was organised to commemorate the 161st birth year of Mahatma Hansraj ji at DAV Public School, Thermal Colony, Panipat, Haryana.


The programme commenced with yagya, followed by melodious bhajans and DAV Gaan. Shri Punam Suri, esteemed President of DAV College Managing Committee and Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha, eloquently addressed the essence of education, during his Presidential address on the occasion. Highlighting the illustrious legacy of DAV educational institutions spanning over 138 years, Shri Punam Suri praised the achievements and contribution of DAVians in all walks of life.


The event witnessed a huge gathering of the eminent dignitaries, Directors of DAVCMC, Regional Directors, Principals, students, teachers and parents associated with various DAV institutions. Distinguished Principals from three DAV institutions were honoured with “Mahatma Hansraj Award" and scholars of Arya Samaj and Sanyasis were felicitated for their invaluable contribution for the betterment of society. Additionally, 1650 students, who had excelled in various sports at National Level and 13 students, who had qualified Olympiad in different subjects, were also honoured. The Postal Department, Government of India commemorated Mahatma Hansraj’s legacy by releasing a special Postal Stamp.


Swami Ritspati Parivrajak ji, during his address, highly commended upon the pivotal role that DAV institutions play in fostering value-based education. Special editions of popular magazines from the Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha, highlighting Mahatma Hansraj namely, Arya Jagat and Aryan Heritage were unveiled. Additionally, the book Hansmansam authored by Sh. Virender Alankar too was released.


The festivities featured a cultural extravaganza, with a ballet on Mahatma Hansraj taking centre stage, enthusiastically presented by around 3000 youngsters. The programme concluded with chanting of Shanti Path.