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It is in tradition that a civilization nurtures itself. The rhythm, music, costumes and art forms give a definite shape to a national culture and define its true spirit. To become more familiar with our culture and yours, we selected Tribal Jigs as a theme for the ISA project.

Tribal traditions particularly around our country and exchanging ideas with the same with countries like Kenya, Russia, Egypt. Let’s share the richness with each other.

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Tribal Jigs

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Loyola School dedicates ‘Gerald Durrell Corner’ to spread awareness on conservation bit.ly/2omotjh

Monday, 17 April 2017

Mrs Helen D'Souza, retired kindergarten teacher passed away in B'lore on 12 Apr. She was class teacher of KG-A & si… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

Thursday, 13 April 2017

Muskan Mascharak, Std XI, won the Championship at Leadership Challenge, an inter school competition organised by Hill Top School

Thursday, 07 January 2016


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  • buttonhole
    Definition: (verb) Detain in conversation by or as if by holding on to the outer garments of; as for political or economic favors.
    Synonyms: lobby.
    Usage: It is not easy to buttonhole her for an interview.
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