Following this, Harshita, Vidooshi and Anvita danced to ‘Gunguna Re’, then Abhigyan, Anushka, Jignil, Shilpi, Srishti, Yash and Arjit from Yrs 8 and 9 performed their own ‘Face Off’. To round off the evening, Parth, Harsha, Lalit and Azeez performed ‘Dancing Duos, followed by Yogesh and Heta setting the stage on fire with some eye-popping dance moves. The finale was left in the hands of the student band Hat-Trick (Rohit, Rain, Robert, Jiaxine, Ben B and Yogesh) who performed ‘Socha Hai’.
Some Yr 8 girls impressed the crowd with an energetic routine.
The whole event was an incredible success and was brilliantly organised by the IB students, with help from Ms Morris, Mr Baker, Ms Lenz and John from MIS.
Diwali, known as the ‘Festival of Lights’, is a traditional Hindu festival that celebrates the time when the Indian sage Mahavira attained a state of nirvana.
The following companies generously sponsored the event: The Camel Pub, Kon Tong Grill (Tex-Mex), Aditya Birla Chemicals, Indorama Ventures, Lek Furniture Store and Dream Hygiene.
GIS Indian students put on great performances.
A fireworks display got Diwali off to an explosive start.
Another samosa, madam? IB students helped dish up the buffet.
School band ‘Hat Trick’ staged a special show for Diwali night.