‘The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.’
We firmly believe in sowing the seeds of Wanderlust in our young, impressionable students. For, traveling is a kind of learning in its own way. Therefore, we organize various trips for our senior students every now and then. Our students visited the following cities in this year
Our students of class 11th and 12th Humanities were taken to the 1st Imperial capital of India from 4th to 8th October 2019. They studied neo-classical, neo-Gothic and Indo-Sarsanic style of architecture. They even visited numerous places like the National Library of Kolkata, Eco Park, Victoria Palace, Fort William, the iconic Eden Garden and Science city.
Our hostellers were taken for an exclusive trip to the Golden city, Amritsar from 31st October to 3rd November 2019. Jalianwala baugh, Govind Gadh fort, Partition Museum, Atari border- Beating Retreat ceremony, Golden Temple were the places they visited for sightseeing.
Varanasi is a hub of scenic locales and historic monuments. And we intend to make the most of the places which the city has to offer by taking our students for educational trips. Such trips provide authentic learning circumstances that challenge students beyond the four walls of a school. They are a stimulus for learning, a way to bring academic subject areas to life while offering physical challenges that promote personal and social growth. Through both academic outdoor learning and extended expeditions, SARA students develop lasting relationships with the natural world, while building resilience and leadership. The outdoor is an abundant educational resource that is a highly valued element of the SARA experience.
MV SAM MANEKSHAW CRUISE ON 5TH SEPTEMBER 2021
SARA Teacher's Day was symbolically marked by setting sails to an enriching journey of learning! SARA Hostellers, Teachers, Mentors, and school students were aboard the heritage signature fleet of Alaknanda cruise team- the newly inducted, superb cruise MV SAM MANEKSHAW! Our hostellers got a welcome orientation of Benaras and its ghats, the whole vibe, the music, the food and the spirit was so vibrant and so beautiful, it made our day, and it made a lifetime of memories!! We celebrated Teachers Day by learning, innovation, seeing the old cultural landscape of Varanasi in a NEW way, through a cruise. This is NEP 2020 in essence!
KARMEDESHWAR TEMPLE VISIT ON 2ND DECEMBER 2021
Students of SARA visited the Karmedeshwar temple, the oldest surviving 12th century temple of Varanasi built by Garhwal rulers in Nagar style of architecture. INTACH team organized this trip in which our students gained interesting and scholarly information on this important place, it's structure, and the adjacent Kund (pond) built by Rani Bhawani, Queen of Bengal in the 18th century.
ART EXHIBITION AT BHU ON 16TH FEBRUARY 2022
Studenrs of SARA, along with their art and craft teachers visited the Art exhibition held at Banaras Hindu University. It was an inspiring experience for teachers and students who got enriched to see the creative artistic works of renowned artists. They were also guided by Art students and faculty members on various art forms and their specific details.
LAL BAHADUR SHASHTRI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT VISIT ON 15TH MARCH 2022
Students of SARA were invited by the respected Airport Director of Varanasi, Aryama Sanyal, to showcase Varanasi heritage and Colours of Kashi in this Holi season. Our students enthralled the guests, tourists, and passengers with their beautiful and culturally rich performances and portrayals of eminent personalities of Kashi. The Airport staff also took our students and teachers for an educational visit of the Airport and our students learnt a lot about the functionalities and daily order of business at the Airport.
ASSI GHAT VISIT ON 1ST MAY 2022
SARA organized a Heritage Walk at Assi Ghat and its surrounding areas in collaboration with INTACH and Tourism Department of U.P. Our hostel students had a very enriching and insightful experience as they gained information and knowledge about our glorious past.
In order to make our students worldly-wise and to give them a glimpse of how the outside world functions, we take them to different industrial visits.
Last year, the students visited Parle - G factory at Ramnagar and the Parag dairy at Ramnagar.
Their notepads were filled with all the valuable information and tips which they successfully gathered. These visits were fruitful in instilling the spirit of entrepreneurship in them.