Bloomfield Hall School students performance | IMCG Mehfil-e-Milad
Bloomfield Hall School Islamabad students enthral audience
Islamabad, April 25, 2008: It was a perfect spring evening, when the students of
Bloomfield Hall School Islamabad, put up an excellent performance on stage, at
the Pakistan National Council of Arts auditorium, focussing on the performing
arts, says a press release issued here Thursday.
The show started with
3-4 year olds, dressed in ethnic regional clothes, dancing to the many folk
tunes of Pakistan.
A beautiful fairy tale (Nathan's Nightmare) about
goblins and pixies was conducted by class 2 and 3.
The main feature of
the show was the English play called 'Greece'. This was a parody done by the
children, featuring Zeus, Hera and other famous characters from the Greek
mythology. The young students delivered their lines flawlessly and confidently
and must have made their parents feel proud.
Speaking on the occasion
former PNCA DG Naeem Tahir who was the chief guest, said that such events should
be held often to keep performing arts alive. He said he was very happy to see
children of this age group bringing out their talents. At the end of the show,
Bloomfield Hall School Principal Mrs Shazia Javed presented school shield to
"I want a entry test online to solve of class 4 of bloomfield hall school "
Name: sarmad zubair
City, Country: Multan,Pakistan
Mehfil-e-Milad held at IMCG
Islamabad: The auspicious event of mehfil-e-milad was held at the
auditorium of Islamabad Model College for Girls (IMCG), F-7/4 here
The milad started with the recitation of verses from the Holy
Quran by Sadaf Murtaza and was followed by the durood sharif. A group of
participants presented Hamd and Naat.
The auditorium echoed with the
beautiful sound of participants and audience reciting durood sharif. Fatima
Ahsan recited Naat in a very impressive voice.
Mrs Hassan read some lines
and shed light on Seerat-un-Nabi. She said that success lies only by following
Holy Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) teachings.
It was followed by Saiqa'a
speech on 'Deeds'. "The doings of Holy Prophet (PBUH) are the guiding lights for
the whole of humanity", she mentioned.
A soul touching Naat was presented
by a group of students of the college expressing their love for the Holy Prophet
"Such events provide students a chance to follow the teachings of
Islam. Arranging mehfil-e-milad is the annual feature of the college
activities", said a senior teacher of the college.
Former principal of
the college Mrs Rukhsana Tufail and principals of other model colleges also
attended the milad ceremony. The News
"I M A PART OF I.M.C.G. F-7/4."
Name: Turfa Mahmood
City, Country: Islamabad,Pakistan
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