VIBGYOR Group of Schools Concludes Viva 13, Inter-School Cultural Fest, With a Bang

MUMBAI, India, March 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ —  VIBGYOR Group of Schools, a leading chain of K-12 schools, hosted the grand finale of the 13th edition of Viva, its annual inter-school cultural festival, on 5th February 2022, on virtual platform. The spectacular celebration was broadcast online and on VIBGYOR’s social media channels, and featured riveting performances by students across the country.

The festival was held over six months, with over 20,000 students participating from schools across the country. The final events were judged by an eminent jury, including Kathak master Priya Tipale, singer Saurabh Daftardar, and choreographer Gladson Jacob.

Congratulating the winners and participants at the grand finale, Kavita Sahay Kerawalla, Vice Chairperson, VIBGYOR Group of Schools said, “Year after year, whether in physical form or virtual, Viva has lived up to its reputation of bringing together diverse talents, all united in their quest for creativity and excellence. The Viva participants have enthusiastically broken the shackles put upon all of us by the pandemic, and have eagerly embraced our efforts to accord them with an exceptional and fruitful experience. The passion, knowledge and innovation on display in this forum continues to be as wondrous to me now, as it was when we first embarked on this journey, and I sincerely hope this was the case with all those who were a part of Viva 13.

We congratulate everyone who joined us this year, participants, judges, and viewers alike, as well as all the winners. We will be back soon with Viva 14, and we hope to continue exceeding expectations every time.”

Participants from Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, and Vadodara competed in the qualifying and knockout rounds. The finalists in each of the below categories participated in the grand finale:

Viva 13 winners:


Name of the winner


Niharika Khsatriya – Winner

Voice of Viva – Western

Kaashvi Singh – 1st Runner up

Voice of Viva – Western

Ria Grace – 2nd Runner up

Voice of Viva – Western

Swara Athawale – Winner

Voice of Viva – Indian

Poorbi Mukherjee – 1st Runner up

Voice of Viva – Indian

Kaashvi Singh – 2nd Runner up

Voice of Viva – Indian

Aliyah Shariyarr – Winner

Viva Nova – Girl

Pradyot Shetty – Winner

Viva Nova – Boy

Nathan Nainan – 1st Runner up

Viva Nova – Boy

Harsh Patel – Winner

Swing N Swirl – Solo

Aruni Vinayak – 1st Runner up

Swing N Swirl – Solo

Sudeshna Mukhopadhyay – 2nd Runner up

Swing N Swirl – Solo


The proceedings drew to a close with a vote of thanks by Mr. Shim Mathew, Director – Academic Operations – VIBGYOR Group of Schools. All winners were bestowed with cash prizes and trophies.

About VIBGYOR Group of Schools

Founded in 2004, VIBGYOR Group of Schools, recognised as Best Brand of 2021 by The Economic Times, is a leading chain of K-12 schools known for its quality education and academic excellence. The Group offers a unique range of world-class educational services for the holistic development of students in curricular and co-curricular studies across all its schools. Under the leadership of Mr. Rustom Kerawalla, Founder Chairman of the institution, VIBGYOR Group is set to explore new horizons with 40 schools in 14 major cities, reaching out to more than 55000 students nationwide.

 VIBGYOR High caters to the students from Grades 1 to 12, and VIBGYOR Kids to the Pre-Primary segment with a student-teacher ratio of 10:1 on an average. VIBGYOR High provides a mixed spectrum of national and international levels of education in affiliation with CISCE, CBSE and Cambridge International.

VIBGYOR Roots and Rise offers CBSE Board curriculum. VIBGYOR Roots caters to Pre-Primary Division while VIBGYOR Rise caters to Primary and Secondary students.


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