Diwali, a festival of lights and celebration, is an integral essence of our rich Indian culture. It symbolizes the victory of righteousness.
On 23 October 2019, the students of Pre Primary experienced the joy and excitement of Diwali during school hours by decorating clay diyas. Students explored various art techniques and colours by using glitter, paint, shimmer and shine to artistically and creatively decorate their clay diyas. It was truly a moment of happiness for all students to see their creations come to life.
Further to make the celebration special on 25 October 2019, Students came dressed in vibrant traditional Indian ethnic wear. This day of liveliness was not only entertaining but also informative, as students watched a puppet show by Ms. Pavana and Ms. Rushitha depicting the story of Lord Rama returning to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. They understood the importance and magnificence of Diwali. They watched animated stories of this pleasant festival and also sang rhymes of crackers and spreading merriment which was music to one’s ears. Students cherished the festivity celebrations and went back home with their decorated diyas.