CHANDIGARH ALUMNI GOLF INVITATIONAL-2018 [CAGI] is hosting their 3rd Edition of Golf Tournament on 9th March 2018.
The tournament comprises alumni of the top five boarding schools of the country:
· Mayo College
· The Doon School
· Welham Boys School
· Bishop Cotton School
· The Lawrence School( Sanawar]
The objective of the tournament is to bring together the Alumni from the best schools for a round of golf to exchange ideas and spend the day interacting with each other.
Program of the day at Chandigarh Golf Club:
· Breakfast and Tee offs starting at 7.30 am
· Lunch at 1pm
· Prize Distribution and Gala Dinner at 7.30 pm
For Additional Details & Participation please do get in touch with Mr. Birinder Sidhu – email@example.com
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The OS President and the OSS Executive Committee invite Sanawarians to the Inter – House cricket tournament being held on 24th and 25th February 2018 at the Punjab Cricket Association – I.S Bindra Stadium Mohali.
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Look forward to seeing you there.
Amrita Varma (OS97) writes about the Spirit that is Sanawar.
1857. This was the year of the Sepoy mutiny which spread from Meerut in the heartland of India and gained momentum. Though unsuccessful, this was the first collective uprising of its kind against the British East India Company. The sparks had been lit to an otherwise peaceful rule of the Imperial Crown. Ten years before the first signs of conflict between the Raj and the locals had been seen. With a volatile political climate and in such tumultuous times the Raj and its officers found their families in grave danger and Sir Henry Lawrence came up with a very sound strategic idea of a military school and asylum for the children and orphans of the British soldiers up in the hills of the sleepy Himalayas. 1847 became the year of the evolution of education system with the setting up of The Lawrence Military Asylum now, The Lawrence School, Sanawar, one of the oldest co-educational boarding school in the world. Read More
Ravi Avalur (OS 90) along with fellow OS Vijay Parmar (OS77) drove across the Hindustan – Tibet Road on their two wheelers. Vijay is without doubt, the country’s leading off road riding expert and trainer and is a champion rally rider.
Travel & Leisure Magazine covered the trip in the April 2018 issue. The article is attached herewith. Click here.
It is with great sadness that I have to inform you that our Class mate SUBHASH JAYASWAL(OS64) passed away last month on 14 April 2018 in London where he lived with his family.
He became unwell over the past 6 months and matters deteriorated rather suddenly. One of our batch mates Dr. Harbans Nagpal was with him in the hospital right through till the end. He said that Subhash was stoic and faced the end with great fortitude.
Subhash was a Gentle Soul and we shall all miss him.
I attended the Prayer Meet in Noida on Saturday 12 May 2018 (as his mother and elder brother live here) and conveyed the condolences of all Sanawarians. They were touched.
Sanjaya Varma (OS64)