Thursday 1 September 2022



Festival build group cohesiveness. Festivals inform, educate, bring people together  break the monotony of routine and give us a chance  to re-energize our body, mind and spirit. of all the festivals, Ganesh Chaturthi is the most colourful one. Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival that marks the birthday of Lord Ganesha. 

Puja ritual began at 09:00am where the portrait of load Ganesha was venerated and adorned with flowers. The bhajans were performed by Shipra Madam and Meenu Madam. 

The Bhajan was breathtaking and won the little bloomings from class I to class VIII brought hand-made clay models of Lord Ganesh, prepared by themselves, for the clay model competition. 

Clay model were very life- like with intricate sculpting and artistic finesse. 

Also, a rangoli competition was held for an hour. where the group of four students, each were representing the houses namely Shompen, Jarawa, Sentinel and Onges, participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The theme for the rangoli competition was " A picture of lord Ganesha". After the bhajan, students and teachers offered flowers to the portrait. the ceremony was come to an end after the Prasad distribution. 

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