Annual Day Assignment for Nanhe Gopals- 4/17/2011
Nanhe Gopals are divided into two groups and are expected to memorize one Shloka and one Bhajan each assigned to their group.
The project will be displayed in the lobby at the entrance on Annual day. Participating students will be recognized and awarded for their work.
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Nanhe Gopals-1 ( 15 students)
 
    Peace Invocation : Sahanavavatu
    Bhajan: Hey Murali Madhava

     1    Agarwal    Ruchi    K
    2    Sahastrabudhe    Tanay    K
    3    Ambani    Karina    1
    4    Arora    Rena    1
    5    Choksi    Shivum    1
    6    Deodhar    Sharva    1
    7    Goel    Ananya    1
    8    Kamaraju    Pradyun    1
    9    Kulkarni    Sonia    1
    10    Mantro    Arnav    1
    11    Morjaria    Maya    1
    12    Muley    Atharva    1

    13    Patel    Saiya    1
    14    Ponkshe    Kunal    1
    15    Sankhala    Shailee    1


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Nanhe Gopals-2 ( 14 students)
 
Prayer for Teacher : Gurur Brahma  
       Bhajan : BholaNath Umapate
 
    16    Saraf    Ameya    1
    17    Selar    Ayush    1
    18    Sinha    Shiv    1
    19    Sumit    Advika    1
    20    Tadwalkar    Aryan    1
    21    Aga    Arshaan    2
    22    Agarwal    Richa    2
    23    Bhat    Arav    2
    24    Deshmukh    Avani    2
    25    Mehta    Rhea    2

    26    Pande Anushka  2
    27   Patel    Dharma    2
    28   Shah    Akash    2
    29   Upadhye    Abha    2
 


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 Plain Dolls

 
 
Example 2
 
     
 

 
       




Project Assignment for
Nanhe Gopals ( K-2 Graders)
Due April 10, 2011

  • Each student is expected to work on      creating a pair of paper dolls wearing Indian clothes.
  • Students are free to chose any Indian attire they like.(e.g. Saree, lehnga, sherwani, kurta, churidar, salwar etc)
  • See the examples on this page.
  • The emphasis should be on the attire and the accessories and not on the face.
  • Submit the final creation on
  • Poster Paper (card stock)size: 8.5"x11"
  • Medium: colored Markers, cut and glued scraps of fabrics, colored paper, paper cuttings from magazines, sequins etc.
  • You are welcome to print and trace the basic plain doll figures from the middle panel and help your child focus on creating an attire.
 
   
Example 3

 Example created by a student for another class

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