Assembly prayers and Anthem

Morning Prayer Prayer Song
Father, we thank thee, for the night,
And for the pleasant morning light.
For rest and food and loving care
And all that makes the world so fair
Help us to do the things we should
To be to others kind and good
In all we do at work or play,
To grow more loving everyday.

Oh Lord,
powerful and mighty Lord,
giver of all knowledge

I believe you, praise you
love you, worship you
serve you & thank you for all the benefits

Bless my school, principal,
teachers, parents & friends

Bless my state and country 
to prosper for ever.

Karnataka Geethe

Jaya Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe
Jaya He Karnataka Mathe
Jaya Sundata Nadi Vangala Nade
Jaya He Rasa Rishigala Beede
Bhoodeviya Mukutada Navamaniye Gandhada
Chandana Honnina Ganiye
Raghava Madhu Sudanatavatharisida
Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe
Jaya He Karnataka Mathe

Jananiya Jogula Vedada Ghosha
Jananige Jeevavu Ninnavesha
Hasurina Girigala Saale
Ninnaya Koralina Maale
Kapila Patanjala Gouthama Jinanutha
Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe
Jaya He Karnataka Mathe

Shankra Ramaunja Vidyaranya
Basaveshwarihga Divyaranya
Ranna Shadakshari Ponnaa
Pampa Lakumipathi Jannaa
Kabbigarudisida Mangala Dhama
Kavi Kogilegala Punya rama
Nanaka Ramananda Kabirara
Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe

Jaya He Karnataka Mathe
Thilapa Hoysalaralida Naade
Dankana Jakanara Necchina Beede
Krishna Sharavathi Thungaa Kaveriya Vararanga
Chithanya Paramahamsa Vivekara
Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe
Jaya He Karnataka Mathe

Sarva Janangada Shanthiya Thota
Rasikara Kangala Seleyuva Nota
Hindu, Christa, Musalmana
Parasika Jainarudyana
Janakana Holuva Doregala Dhama
Gayaka Vainikararama
Kannada nudi Kunidaduva Geha
Kannada Thayiya Makkala Deha
Bharatha Jananiya Thanujathe
Jaya He Karnataka Mathe

  • K.V. Puttappa.

National Anthem

Jana Gana Mana Adhinayaka Jaya He
Bharatha Bhagya Vidhata
Punjaba Sindhu Gujarata Marata
Dravida Utkala Vanga
Vindhya Himachala Yamuna Ganga
Uchchhala  Jaladhi Taranga
Tava Shuba Name Jage
Tava shuba Asisa Mage
Gahe Tava Jaya Gatha
Jana Gana Mangala Dayaka Jaya He,
Bharatha Bhagya Vidhata
Jayahe, Jayahe, Jayahe,
Jaya, Jaya, Jaya, Jayahe.

  • Rabindranath Tagore
Daya kar daan vidya ka
Hamain Paramatma Dena
Daya Karna Hamari Atma Main
Shudhata Dena

Hamare Dhyan main Aavo
Prabhu Ankho main Bas jao
Andhere Dil main aakar ke
Param JyotiJaga dena

Bahado Prem Ki Ganga
Dilo main Prem ka Sagar
Hamain Aapas main milijul kar
Prabhu Rahena Sikha dena

Hamara Dharma Ho seva
Hamara karma Ho Seva
Sada Eeman Ho Seva
Va Sevak Jann Bana dena

Vatan ke Vaste Jeena
Vatan ke Vaste Marna
Vatan Par Jaan Fida karna
Prabhu ham ko Sikha Dena
Daya kar daan vidya ka
Hamain Paramatma Dena
Daya karna Hamari Atma Main
Shudhata Dena

National Song

Vande matharam Vande Matharam
Sujalam Suphalam Malayaja Sheethalam
Sasya Shyamalam matharam
Vande Matharam  … …
Subrajyotsna Pulakitha yamini
Pullakusumitha Drumadala sobhini
Suhasini sumadhura bhasini
Sukhadam varadam matharam
Vande mathram – vande matharam

  • Bankhim Chandra Chattarjee

Devi Bhuyvana Mana Mohini
Nirmala Soorya Karojwala Dharani
Janaka Janani Janani

Neela Sindhu Jala Dhoutha Charantala
Anila Vikampitha Shyamalanchala
Ambarra Chumbitha Phalahimachala
Shubra Tushara Kireetini

Prathama Prabhatha Udayatavagagane
Prathama Samrava Tava Tapovane
Prathama Prasaritha Tavavana Bhavane
Jnana Dharmahitha Karya Karini

Chira Kalyana mayi Tumi Dhanya
Desha Videshe Vigalitha Anya
Jannavi  Jamuna Vigahitha Karuna
Punya Piyppshsthanya Vahni

Pledge

India is my country
All Indians are my brothers and sisters
I love my country and I’m proud of its rich and varied heritage.
I shall always strive to be worthy of it.
I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders
respect and treat everyone with courtesy.
To my country and to my people I pledge my devotion.
In their well being and prosperity, alone lies my happiness.


                                                   Jai Hind.

   

A Decalogue By Dr. Maria Montessori
Never touch the child unless invited by him (in some form or the other).
Never speak ill of the child in his presence or absence.
Concentrate on strengthening and helping the development of what is good in the child so that its presence may leave less and less space for evil.
Be active in preparing the environment. Take meticulous and constant care of it. Help the child establish constructive relations with it. Show the proper place where the means of development are kept and demonstrate their proper use.
Be ever ready to answer the call of the child who stands in need of you and always listen and respond to the child who appeals to you.
Respect the child who makes a mistake and can then or later correct himself, but stop firmly and immediately and misuse of the environment and any action which endangers the child, his development or others.
Respect the child who takes rest or watches others working or ponder over what he himself has done or will do. Neither call him, nor force him to other forms of activity.
Help those who are in search of activity and cannot find it.
Be untiring in repeating presentations to the child who refused them earlier, in helping the child acquire what is not yet his own and overcome imperfections. Do this by animating the environment with care, with restraint and silence, with mild words and loving presence. Make your ready presence felt to the child who searches and hide from the child who has found.
Always treat the child with the best of good manners and offer him the best you have in yourself and at your disposal.