Times of Oman
Indian School Muscat celebrates 45th National Day of Oman
December 2, 2015 | 8:40 PM
by Times News Service
Eminent dignitaries were present at this momentous occasion, such as the Wali of Muttrah, Saad Al Sayeed Ahmed bin Hilal Al Bussaidy, Members of the Majlis Al Shura, Taufeeq Abdul Hussain Al Lawatiya, Muradh bin Ali Yahya Al Hoothi, Member of the Municipal Council, Saleem bin Mohammed Al Ghamaari, Sheikh Haashil bin Habeeb Lahsani, Sheikh Ali bin Abdallah Al Haashmi, members of the Indian School Muscat Managing Committee, Principal, Srinivas K. Naidu, and the Vice Principals and Assistant Vice Principals of various sections. Photo-Supplied
 
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Muscat: Indian School Muscat (ISM) celebrated the 45th National Day and the 75th birthday of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said with gusto, tremendous fervour and true spirit on November 26.

The school premises were bedecked with festoons and flags of the great nation. The décor and ambience were perfectly in sync with a celebration of such splendour and magnitude.

Eminent dignitaries were present at this momentous occasion, such as the Wali of Muttrah, Saad Al Sayeed Ahmed bin Hilal Al Bussaidy, Members of the Majlis Al Shura, Taufeeq Abdul Hussain Al Lawatiya, Muradh bin Ali Yahya Al Hoothi, Member of the Municipal Council, Saleem bin Mohammed Al Ghamaari, Sheikh Haashil bin Habeeb Lahsani, Sheikh Ali bin Abdallah Al Haashmi, members of the Indian School Muscat Managing Committee, Principal, Srinivas K. Naidu, and the Vice Principals and Assistant Vice Principals of various sections.

ISM students put up an exhilarating programme, which paid tribute to Oman and its magnanimous leader His Majesty the Sultan. Befitting to the nature of celebration, a birthday cake was cut to hail His Majesty’s victorious reign of 45 years. A melodious birthday song, rendered by the students for His Majesty overwhelmed the audience as it spoke volumes about the commitment, loyalty and deeply embedded love for the truly exceptional leader.



A procession of students clad in the traditional attire representing different provinces and states of both Oman and India was carried out, with the students marching in with the portraits of the great farsighted leader of the Sultanate, which elevated the grandeur of the occasion.



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