Press Release

Jaipur’s first History Festival concluded with a prayer session by a group of visually impaired students from Edify School and Tagore Foundation. As many as 660 students from 20 schools of Jaipur attended the festival with their teachers at City Palace on 16 December.

Three energetic Sufi dance performances were presented by the students of Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh School, Sri Agarasen Public School and SRN International School. Two brilliant plays – ‘Takseem’ by St. Anselms Pink City School and ‘Journey 1947’ by S.V. Public school performed their third show for the visitors. Palace School students dressed up as the rulers of Jaipur throughout history and presented live travelogues to visitors at the Darbar Hall of City Palace.  CEO, Jaipur Virasat, Mr. Vinod Joshi gave away certificates to all the performers of the festival.

Live exhibition witnessed the added participation of VSPK International School and Maharaja Sawai Bhawani Singh School who displayed an elaborate craft set up. Students of Sanskar School, Rukmani Birla Modern School, SRN International School and The Palace School presented Live Paintings of historical figures like IBN Battuta for the visitors of the exhibition. Tourists visiting the Palace were awestruck by the brilliant displays and colourful costumes of the students.

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