Dance On Wheels
We Are One
They needed no abled feet to dance. They needed no ears to hear the music. They needed
no speech to express. With spirit made of steel, with a heart filled with love, with determination
in their bodies, this organization is founded by Mr. Husnain who is himself a differently able
person and a professional the wheelchair classical dancer. Husnain Organization name is WE
ARE ONE, in short you can say WAO. We Are One Performed more than 15 countries like USA
CANADA, UK, RUSSIA, SINAGAPORE DUBAI, KUWAIT, ITALY, UAE and many more. WAO has
been performed in Dance India dance, Entertainment ke liye kuch bhi karega, Satyamev
Jayate, India’s got talent. WE ARE ONE will prove today that they are no different from
anyone of us, that they are at a higher level of realization and awareness than most of us. We
Are One has registered their name in
- Guinness World Record,
- Amrawati National Award
- Dance India Magazine Award,
- Shaurya Achiever Award,
- Woman entrepreneurship Award
- India Pride Award
We Are One will give memory to every person through their energetic performance like Sufi mystic divine performance, classical fusion, Bhagavad Gita, Martial Arts. WE ARE ONE want to spread the message that “We Don’t need mercy want an opportunity” Any society will progress when the physically abled and differently abled walk together, love together and work together to grow the nation. After first performance I would like to call on stage founder & Director of We Are One Mr. Husnain. Who is appreciated by president of India and Singapore.
BY ABHAS & SHREYAS
The rich diversity of Indian art and music is a matter of great
pride for every Indian. Our country has its roots buried
deep in the sublime music of the past while its branches
extend into the future, embracing and absorbing world
music trends with ease, without losing the identity of our
Indie Routes is a music endeavor by two ingenious brothers Shreyas and Aabhas and their band of talented musicians that celebrates the brilliance of Indian music with a contemporary touch. These gifted singers reiterate their commitment to their art through a series of songs that will leave you transfixed. The energy and vitality of this duo makes the musical experience unique indeed. Their experimentation with acoustics while retaining the original charm of the songs they select is indeed extraordinary. The talented duo Abhaas & Shreyas have recently recorded a single with Mr Sonu Nigam, released an album Mehphil and also composed and sung music for the visual extravaganza “Ranjish Hi Sahi” based on life of Mahesh Bhatt. Abhas & Shreyas have also done two Indie albums Mehfil I & II under the banner of Merchant records promoted by Salim Suleiman , which have been widely appreciated for the content and quality of music.
This entertaining and enriching experience helps the audience rediscover the glory of Indian music in a modern context. With such a creative burst of talent on stage, Indie Routes is truly your getaway to a world of soulful and spellbinding music. Be there to experience the magic.
Making Music Out Of Waste
The Kalakar Trust
The Kalakar Trust (i.e. Artists' Trust) is a non-profit organisation working towards the improvement of the lives of traditional artists in Delhi's slums by providing Education, Healthcare,Income generation and Community management. The development of traditional artists in India in terms of social, educational and health conditions thereby improving their lives and opening up more economic opportunities through their arts to earn and live decently in their communities. To support the development of traditional artists through: - social, education, and health actions -improvement of economic opportunities through training on performing, production, directing, choreography, costume management, and marketing of their arts so that they can have decent work and living conditions.
Hues Of You
For Jashn 2022, the SBS Entrepreneurship Club of class XII has taken the initiative to sell a
sustainable items on the 15th and 16th of October. After conducting multiple meetings, it was
decided by the club that this year the emphasis will be placed on promoting sustainable fashion. In
today’s world, fast fashion has become the norm. Brands such as Shein and Forever21 reign paramount.
The problem of unsustainability is ingrained in the décor industry as well. In view of this, the
Entrepreneurship Club is exclusively selling products made from scraps and waste
These scraps have been collected from garment factories and have subsequently been manufactured into table runners, bags and pouches at a minimal cost. The stalls selling these products will be open on Saturday, the 15th of October between 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, and 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm. On Sunday, the 16th, the stalls will be open between 10:30 am - 12:00 pm and 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm. Only cash payments will be accepted. We look forward to seeing you there, and together moving towards a more sustainable, planet-friendly lifestyle.
Yamini Bharadwaj XI B
WHEN LAND BECOMES WATER
By The Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust
Based on Neeta Premchands book the story teller and his bag of myths.
The visual performance brought to life by Puppets, actors, shadow images, projection,
digital animation and a symphonic score portrays the confluence of cultures three stories on
the great flood from India, Mesopotamia and the bible- Manu, Gilgamesh and Noah.
Its about floods disregard for our environment and nature but at the end of the day its also
about regeneration, though the stories come from different geography’s, histories, epochs
they all point speak about the oneness and core of human beings.
The performance and design is primarily based on Neeta Premchands hand made paper and traditional block print illustrations in her book , animated illustrating the various narratives. The design and direction are By Dadi Pudumjee of The Ishara puppet Theatre Trust one of Indias leading creative modern puppeters, awarded the SNA and Padmashri awards for his contribution to puppet theatre in India.
The music symphonic score specially composed by Russian/Canadian Airat Ichmouratov and conducted by Evgeny Bushkov.
The production is a collaboration of The Ishara Puppet Theatre Trust, The National Centre for Performing Arts and the SOI Mumbai.
The present artists of the show , most of them are senior alumni of SBT trained in the art form by Dadi Pudumjee, and Astad Deboo in Puppetry and dance.
THE ISHARA PUPPET THEATRE TRUST
Most of my style and work has been a combination of puppetry and visual theatre, puppets, shadow puppets and images, giant puppets and small figures with masks, actors and dancers combine to tell a story. I use puppets as a means to tell a story not just as an end ie be all and end all... a synergy of puppets visual and physical theatre, dance and storytelling.
THE ART FESTIVAL
On 10th October 2022, Step by Step School invited esteemed guest artists at the Art
Fest to conduct workshops engaging with various facets of art. Visual Art has always
been a vital part of the school curriculum and hosting an art festival as a part of this
year’s Jashn celebrations allowed students to explore it using unorthodox mediums
and abstract styles as opposed to traditional compositions and sketching, which is
usually a part of the regular lessons. Fitting with the theme of “Navarasa”, the
workshops taught students to convey emotions through their art either using it as a
cathartic outlet or as a form of expression.
The workshops included mural painting, sculpture, pottery, lino printing, expressive canvas art, watercolours, photography and mixed media. Covered with splatters of paint, the third-floor hallways echoed with chatter as students worked hand in hand with the guest experts. Artist Prem Singh recalled working with children previously in a heartwarming anecdote during a workshop on expressing creativity through canvas painting. “Art is a journey, performed in a given time and place. Challenges and struggles are stimulants and test one's ingenuity. Creativity is in itself a role model for me.”
The lino painting workshop attracted a large group of students. Also known as linocut art or linoleum art, it is a printmaking technique involving carving intricate patterns on linoleum sheets and transferring them to fabric or paper. The students participating created unique designs and learnt how to use a pigment and linseed oil mixed with a brayer to impress the pattern on the material. The art room is full of all the participants’ unique creations waiting to be displayed all over the school.
Suhana Nath 10-E
यथा हस्तो तथा दृष्टि
यथा दृष्टि तथा मनः।
यथा मनः तथा भाव
यथा भाव तथा रसा:॥
Connections formed and broken,
stir from the spirited abyss of our
A bouquet of nine abstract flowers universally blooms within us, some blossoming petals of positivity, others of negativity, but all equally affecting us. The emotions of Hasya (joy), Adbhutha (wonder), Shanti (peace), Raudra (anger), Veer (courage), Shringar (love), Karuna (empathy), Bhayanaka (fear), Veebhatsa (disgust), form the interiors of our soul. These elements add colour to our lives, representing a commonality in the world of differences. Navrasa is the name given to this bouquet of feelings.