From the days of yore, India has been known for its festivals and the celebrations around it. Though festivals are still celebrated with exuberance in India, the ‘generation Z’ of Indians remains ignorant of the science behind each of these. From sowing of the seed to the reaping of the fruit; from rising of the sun to the end of a revolution; from the birth of a king to death of a demon was celebrated together by everyone with much pomp and show.
Sadly, people have long forgotten celebrating ‘together’.
To bring back the culture of togetherness in our future generation, we being a secular school, celebrate the important functions of all religions & cultures. By celebrating festivals and important days in a school environment, at a young age, children get a feel of togetherness and it also brings in a sense of unity among them. Unity is the most powerful weapon to fight with any obstacle in life.
To bring in a sense of unconcealed passion for life – which is what, is most needed in this sprinting era for every individual to blossom beautifully; the usual classroom sessions during the days of celebrations are replaced with moral stories and fun activities on these days. Cultural programs and other interesting activities form a part of the festive celebration. Students, as well as teachers, participate in these activities wholeheartedly and the entire atmosphere is filled with joy and laughter.
For indeed, Life is a celebration!