In the vast landscape of a nation's history, some moments stand out as extraordinary, like a brilliant star in the night sky. The Fravashi Group of Schools has etched its name in the archives of history by achieving a remarkable feat - entering both the India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records for organizing the "Largest Singing Choir" on the momentous occasion of India's 75th Republic Day. On this historic day, a harmonious choir, comprising a staggering 5000 students from Fravashi schools, namely Fravashi Academy, Boys' Town Public School & Junior College, and Fravashi International Academy, came together to create a musical spectacle that resonated with the spirit of unity and patriotism. The students showcased their vocal prowess and camaraderie, singing three beautiful songs - "Koshish Karne walo ki haarnahi hoti," "Khwaisho ke Musafir," and the timeless classic "Vande Mataram." The grand event unfolded in the presence of the Chairman of Fravashi Group of Schools Mr.Ratan Luth, Vice Chairperson Mrs. SharvariLuth, Managing Trustee Ms. Meghna Bakshi, Directors and Principals of all 3 schools, and the esteemed guests, adding an extra layer of significance to this momentous achievement. Mr. Leslee Lewis, a renowned Singer and Music Composer, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. His presence added a touch of musical genius to the event, inspiring the young singers with a brilliant musical performance. Ms. Kavya Jones, a talented artist, also attended the event as a special guest, infusing the atmosphere with creativity and artistic flair through a mesmerizing melodic recital. Dr. Chitra Jain, the Adjudicator from the India Book of Records and Asia Book of Records, played a crucial role in ensuring that all guidelines were adhered to, making the record-breaking attempt legitimate and praiseworthy. As the choir's melodic voices filled the air, echoing the sentiments of resilience, aspiration, and love for the motherland, the audience was captivated by the sheer magnitude of the performance. The blend of voices, ranging from the innocent trebles of junior school students to the mature harmonies of senior students, created a symphony that transcended generations and touched the hearts of all present. The choice of songs added depth and meaning to the performance. "Koshish Karnewalo ki haar nahi hoti" reminded everyone that those who strive never truly face defeat. "Khwaisho ke Musafir" spoke to the journeys of dreams, aspirations, and the relentless pursuit of excellence. And, of course, the rendition of "Vande Mataram" stirred a sense of patriotism and pride in every soul, reaffirming the students' love for their country.The significance of this achievement goes beyond the confines of the school premises. Fravashi Group of Schools has not just broken a record; it has etched its name in the cultural and educational tapestry of the nation. This accomplishment is a testament to the dedication, discipline, and collective spirit of the students, teachers, and administrators who worked tirelessly to make this event a reality.The event's success resonates not only in the city where the schools are located but throughout the entire nation. It serves as an inspiration for other educational institutions to dream big, think beyond conventional boundaries, and strive for excellence in every endeavor. Fravashi Group of Schools has set a benchmark, urging others to aim for the stars and, in doing so, contribute to the collective glory of the nation.

The joy and pride emanating from the achievement are not limited to the Fravashi community alone. It is a shared celebration, inviting everyone to revel in the cultural diversity and talent that define our nation. As we reflect on this historic moment, let us acknowledge the power of music and unity in fostering a sense of togetherness that transcends barriers and binds us as one, making history not just for ourselves but for generations to come. In the grand tapestry of a nation's history, the Fravashi Group of Schools has woven a vibrant thread that will forever be remembered as the "Largest Singing Choir" on India's 75th Republic Day, creating an indelible mark on the canvas of our shared heritage.

Source-Press release