The students of class VIII visited the Mughal Garden and the Parliament museum on 16th February, 2017. Spread over a vast expanse of 15 acres, the Mughal Gardens draw its inspiration from the Mughal Gardens of Jammu and Kashmir, the gardens around the Taj Mahal and even miniature paintings of India and Persia.
The student witnessed the blend of two different horticulture traditions – the Mughal style and the English flower garden and got an opportunity to learn about the varied flora, medicinal plants and flowerbeds.
Post that the students witnessed an interactive story-telling on Democratic Heritage in India and the Indian history of democracy in the Parliament museum.
The story was woven with the help of walk-through period settings with sound-light-video animation, large-screen interactive computer multi-media, immersive visualisation with multi-screen panoramic projection, virtual reality and animatronics.They learnt about the freedom struggle of India and the formation of the three pillars of our democracy.