“A people’s relationship to their heritage is the same as the relationship of a child to its mother.” – John Henrik Clarke
Learning about the heritage of one’s own country gives a sense of pride and belongingness. Awareness about our own culture, tradition, history, landscape, governance is immensely important as it makes us feel involved and an integral part of the country.
Quiz is a form of game or mind sport, in which the players in individuals or in teams, attempt to answer questions correctly. Heritage quiz aims to evince interest in the cultural diversity of the country as well as create awareness among them on the history, governance, landscape, eminent personalities, literature and the process of its development.
The Finals of Inter-House Heritage Quiz competition for Class VI, VII and VIII was held in the Indraprastha Auditorium.
The four houses, Ashoka (Yellow), Chandragupta (Red), Kanishka (Blue) and Kharavela (Green) comprised of a group of students, selected during the preliminary round.
The questions centred on Monuments, Ancient Indian History, Mughal Sultanate, Indian Constitution and World Geography. The well-prepared students put on their best effort to answer the questions. There were questions for the audience which made the quiz competition all the more interesting.