Celebrating Festivals

In our multicultural society we need to instill and enforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, compassion, patriotism and solidarity in our children. A celebration in the form of special assemblies is an effort to sensitize students towards living in harmony in a diverse society. They are taught to learn to use their thinking ability and skills to work for a safe and better world and to live in harmony with their fellow beings.

Baisakhi and Ram Navmi, Earth Day, Mothers Day, Doctors Day, Grand Parents Day, Raksha Bandhan, Independence Day, Janamashtami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam, Eid-ul-Fitr, Gandhi Jayanti and Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti, Dussehra, World Food Day, Diwali, Guruparv, Children's Day, Christmas, Lohri, Makar Sankranti and Pongal, Republic Day, Basant Panchami, Martyr's Day, Maha Shiv Ratri were all celebrated with great enthusiasm.

 

Noida, September 3, 2014: Onam, the harvest festival of Kerala, was celebrated in the School by the students of the Pre-Primary section. The relevance of the story of King Mahabali was brought out through an enactment by the students. To mark the occasion, the boys performed the traditional Boat Race and the girls danced in traditional attire. The festival was celebrated with great fervor and was enjoyed to the fullest by both, the participants and the audience.

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Noida, August 13, 2014: Janmashtami, the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna was celebrated by the students of Pre-Primary and Primary classes in August 2014. The students of the Pre-Primary section enacted a skit on the childhood incidents of bravery and mischief of Lord Krishna. Dressed as Radha and Krishna, students also presented a dance on the song ‘Choti choti gayia….’ as the scene of ‘Nand Gaon’ with Lord Krishna and his friends playing beside river Yamuna was displayed.

The students of the Primary section enthusiastically participated in Janmashtami celebrations by narrating the story of the life of Lord Krishna followed by the message that each of us has a Krishna within us who should embrace the good and discard evil. Krishna's message of following the path of truth and doing one’s Karma was also conveyed through a skit. A medley of melodious songs was followed by a mesmerising dance performance which was appreciated and applauded by everyone.

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