As a part of Heritage Education Programme initiated by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), one of the top-notch schools of Pink City has adopted Sisodiya Rani ka Baag.
Neerja Modi School taking its baby steps towards preservation and spreading awareness about heritage properties in Jaipur has adopted Sisodiya Rani ka Baag.
The initiative taken by school is under the activity named ‘Adopt a Monument’, an effort by CBSE to raise awareness about the preservation of heritage monuments among students between the age 4 and 17 years.
Teachers and Class 4th students from Neerja Modi School visited the monument to ensure its preservation. It has to be noted that Jaipur, also known as Pink City, is lavished with royal monuments, several of which need immediate preservation to avoid collapse, to help glorify the rich history of Jaipur and thus Rajasthan through the monuments.
Getting introduced to the immense history of Sisodiya Rani ka Baag itself seemed to be an activity for the students, however, the enthusiastic students went to indulge in yet more interactive activities. Students were seen sitting down and painting and sketching patterns from the monuments, feeling close not just to the monument but also to the greens it.
Adopting the monument, Neerja Modi School has now pledged to preserve the historical monuments for the generations to come, to prevent it from irreparable damage and to spread public awareness about its cleanliness. The school will now conduct regular surveys of the monument, taking the students along for activities that will also include cleaning, repairing, spreading awareness, etc., along with competitions like creative writing, poster making, photographic exhibition, story telling competition, debates based on preservation of monuments, their importance, etc.
This initiative will surely make the youth of the city feel responsible as a citizen and hence will instigate a feeling of belongingness to the rich heritage which will further encourage them to contribute from their side in preserving the city.
Image courtsey: Neerja Modi School, Jaipur, Facebook page
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