Maharashtrian Bendur

Title : Maharashtrian Bendur

Short Description : Bendur or Pola is mainly a farmer's festival, wherein farmers worship their bulls, to thank them for their support in farming. It occurs after the monsoon sowing and field work, On the day of Pola, the bulls are first given a bath, and then decorated with ornaments and shawls. Their horns are painted, and their necks are adorned with garlands of flowers. The bulls do not work that day, and they are part of procession where farmers celebrate the crop season. So on this occassion we conducted clay creativity of making Bulls event in our school

Dated on : 25/07/2018

Raksha Bandhan

Title : Raksha Bandhan

Short Description : Raksha Bandhan or Rakhipournima is a Hindu festival celebrated on a full moon day in the month of Shravan (August) according to the Hindu calendar. Its the day when brothers and sisters reaffirm their affectionate bond. On this day, Sisters tie a band, rightly called the Rakhi; on their brothers wrist as a mark of affection / love. The brothers in return promise to protect their sisters and offer them gifts. On the occasion of Rakhipournima today we conducted Rakhi making activity in our school.

Dated on : 21/08/2018

Naag Panchami

Title : Naag Panchami

Short Description : Nag Panchami is celebrated to worship snakes. It is a festival in the honour of the Snake God, Shesha Nag. People worship snakes by offering milk and Puja. Snakes are worshipped since Vedic eras as they protect crops from getting damaged by rats and other rodents. Nag Panchami is celebrated in the month of Shravan (July-August) according to the Hindu calendar. So on account of Naga panchami there is clay activity conducted in our school

Dated on : 14/08/2018