The 67th Independence Day of our country India was celebrated in our school with lot of passion. We were very glad to have Mr. Shashank Vengsarkar, Managing Director of a German company Dohler for Middle East Region as our Chief Guest. Our Managing Trustee Mr. Vikas Walawalkar accompanied the Guest.
The program started with flag hoisting. The Chief Guest did the honor. It was followed by the speeches of the students in various languages that is, English, Sanskrit, German, Spanish, Marathi and Hindi, expressing their views on independence.
After the inspiring speech from the chief guest, an enthusiastic patriotic dance was performed by students followed by thrilling Mallakhamb and Yogasana demonstration by our students.
The chief guest later visited Art & Craft exhibition.
The Chief Guest encouraged the students by having a dialogue with them and witnessed thrilling Mallakhamb and Yogasana demonstration by our students.The Chief Guest visited art and craft exhibition
Raksha Bandhan is the festival of celebrating the bond of love between a brother and a sister.
The students of Std. 8th and 9th are the members of Young Entrepreneur’s Club to whom the raw material required for making rakhees was provided. Students prepared colourful and decorative rakhees and displayed in their stalls.
Students also made eco-friendly rakhees and tied to each other. Students learnt the values of love and brotherhood towards each other.
Ashadhi Ekadashi - Dindi
The festival of ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’ was celebrated with great enthusiasm at our school premises. Students made Palakhis with the help of teachers and parents. Palakhis were decorated with flowers and had photograph of ‘Lord Vitthal-Rakhumai’ placed in it. Pre-Primary students wore traditional dresses as ‘Warkaris’ and carried the ‘Palkhi’ in the Dindi procession at our school premises. Bhajans and ‘Abhangas’ of Sant Tukaram & Sant Dnyaneshwar were sung. The respective class teachers told their students about the importance of ‘Ashadhi Ekadashi’. Palakhi making competition was organized for the students.
Celebrations of these Day also
*Republic Day Celebration
Gurupornima is also known as ‘Vyas Pournima’. On this day all the students and teachers performed Pooja to our Guru. Students expressed their thoughts about the importance of teacher. Teachers told stories about the ideal Gurus and their disciples. Students were also given information about the responsibility of a ‘Guru’ in shaping the society. Story Telling Competition, Drama and Pathnatya Competitions were organized for the students. The students participated with great zeal.
Celebrations give us an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of life. While celebrating the festivals the students get trained informally in developing creativity, innovative ideas, discipline, co-operation and ability to make decisions. Diwali was celebrated with joy and enthusiasm in the school. We celebrated Diwali by conducting activities like making paper lanterns, preparing ‘utane’, making greeting cards, decorating oil lamps, drawing rangoli, building forts, etc. The students of class Nursery to std. XII were a part of the celebration that highlighted the importance of the festival.Some of the other Celebrations in the school.
Ashadh Amavasya is celebrated as Deep Pooja. In the evening of Deep Pooja Day all the diyas are lit and kept around the house to drive away all the evil and welcome new brightness in the life.
Deep Pooja was celebrated on 18th July 2012 in our school. Students were asked to bring different types of diyas and exhibited them. Students were informed about the particular names of various lamps and the significance of light in our life. We put the rangoli designs and put all the diyas on the rangoli pattern. Then we lit the diyas and performed pooja with the wish to bless us with knowledge.
Gokulashtami is also known as ‘Krishna Janmashtami’ the birth of Lord Krishna. We celebrated Gokulashtami and ‘Dahi Handi’ on 10th August 2012 with great enthusiasm. The tiny tots of our school wore costumes of Radha, Krishna, Gop and Gopika. Students and teachers sang the songs and bhajans of Lord Krishna and also danced. The students stood in the form of a pyramid under the Handi on which Lord Krishna climbed to break the Handi. The ‘Prasad’ was distributed to all. It was indeed a fun filled day for all.
5th September was celebrated as Teacher’s Day in our school with great enthusiasm.
Students of 10th and 12th standard taught the students from Nursery to 9th Std. They actually took the place of teachers and managed the school very well. Teachers were also felicitated and respected.
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